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Arts at the Armory Dance Party
Arts at the Armory - Cafe
Somerville, MA
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Arts at the Armory Dance Party
Join us as we dance the night away this summer and just have a plain old good time!

7pm-11pm

Every Thursday in July (except for July 5th)!

Live music, local craft beer, and snacks - does it get any better than that?

FREE event (but feel free to throw a few dollars in to support you favorite local non-profit organization, Arts at the Armory!)

About Poor Old Shine:

From their handpainted cereal box cd cases to their thoughtful arrangements, Poor Old Shine, a Roots/Americana band from Storrs, CT is about honesty and hand crafted creativity. It's foot stomping, mind racing, dirty bluegrass like you've never heard it before! They travel with an assortment of instruments including guitars, banjos, pump organ, string bass, cello, a swarm of harmonicas, and a yard-sale-scrap-metal drum set. It's old songs with a new feel, banjos with paint peeled, shoes with holes and treadless soles, and music that is real.  POS' music is rooted in the folk and Appalachian mountain music tradition and fits in well at bluegrass festivals and sticky rock clubs alike. They have been compared to The Avett Brothers, Mumford and Sons, Langhorne Slim, and The Low Anthem because of the changing instrumentation and harmonies. Each set mixes the band's modern songwriting with traditional folk ballads, prison work songs, and front porch style jamming.

Poor Old Shine features Chris Freeman (banjo), Max Shakun (guitar, pump organ), Antonio Alcorn (Mandolin, guitar), Harrison Goodale (Bass), Benedict Gagliardi (concertina, tin whistle), and Brian Conlon (drums). All are students at the University of Connecticut. The new band has had the opportunity to play around Connecticut at Toads Place in New Haven, The Space in Hamden, and Sully's in Hartford. They have opened for The Steel Wheels and Monroeville at Bridge Street Live and appeared on WWUH's Caterwaul with Ed Mckeon and The Sunday Night Folk Festival on WHUS with Susan Forbes Hansen.

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Arts at the Armory - Cafe (View)
191 Highland Ave.
Somerville, MA 02143
United States


Categories

Arts > Dance
Music > Americana
Music > Bluegrass

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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