ASC Original Series SESSIONS
Discover and get to know artists in the ASC original concert series, SESSIONS. This series will showcase some of the best up-and-coming singer-songwriters while you enjoy a drink in a laid-back and intimate setting. The music will inspire, and the stories will linger. Seating will be limited.
Friday, May 17
Rachel Baiman Band
27-year-old Nashville Americana songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Rachel Baiman’s Shame(June 2017) was featured on NPR’s “Songs We Love”, called a “Rootsy Wake-up Call” by Folk Alley, and described by Vice’s “Noisey” as “flipping off authority one song at a time.” Now Baiman has announced Thanksgiving(out November 2, 2018 on Free Dirt Records), a self-produced four-song EP, featuring her live trio as well as special guests including Molly Tuttle and Josh Oliver. Baiman’s Thanksgiving is an intriguing follow up to Shame, allowing her a chance to stretch out stylistically, moving effortlessly between bluegrass, to folk, old-time and country.
Saturday, May 18
Identical twins Adam and David Moss are a musical duo unlike most others.
The Brother Brothers sound is striking and undeniably captivating. Often leaning towards the darker, moody elements of Appalachian folk, klezmer, and bluegrass traditions, their songs are laden with near perfect sibling harmonies, compelling writing, and imaginative arrangements accompanied by cello, guitar, and 5-string fiddle. With individual storied careers in the Americana scene under their belts, the brothers are finally teaming up to bring their experiences together. Their debut EP, Tugboats (2017), has garnered noteworthy praise, with Saving Country Music dubbing the duo, “the closest thing you can find to Simon & Garfunkel in this century.”
- Ticket prices: $20, $10 student tickets
- General Admission
- Tickets valid for performance date and time only.
- No refunds. Exchanges subject to availability.
- Late seating at discretion of house management.
- All performances are subject to change.
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