Album reviews are in for “The Gathering” recording of the string band featuring myself, Rhiannon, Joe, Mike, and Jason.
And they’ve all got me seeing stars.
“It’s a fresh approach to wintry music, with mountain-music instrumentation and crystalline harmonies.”
4 1/2 stars
Andrew Dansby and Joey Guerra, San Antonio Express News
“Collections of Appalachian holiday tunes have come along before, but one of the finest is now ‘The Gathering,’ ”
4 1/2 stars
Thomas Conner, Chicago Sun-Times
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Nov · 29
Friday, Feb. 4 at 8 pm
Benefit Concert for the Carolina Theatre with Polecat Creek and Warren, Bodle and Allen.
Find more information and order tickets on the
Carolina Theatre Web site. Meantime, we hope you’ll join us for dinner and this special event.
$15.50 in advance; $17.50 on the day of the show; $37.50 for dinner (served at 6:15pm) and concert (contact the theatre regarding availability); $2.50 Theatre Restoration Fee will be added to each ticket.
Saturday, February 5th, noon and 8 pm
Rooster’s Wife/Poplar-Knight Spot Concert and Harmony Workshop
Polecat Creek concert with David Jacobs-Strain at 8 pm
Tickets and workshop information available on the Rooster’s Wife Web site.
Harmony workshop 1 to 3 pm
All levels are welcome! Lunch served at noon. Relaxed and fun atmosphere in the warm home of the Hen herself.
$35, paid registration necessary by Feb. 1, 2011.
Order online here or contact Laurelyn by email to arrange firstname.lastname@example.org
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Jan · 25