We had a fantastic experience performing at the 2022 Bristol Fourth of July Celebration concert series on Tuesday, June 28th. The crowd was great, the view of the harbor was beautiful, and the weather was perfect.
We opened for Bulletproof, a country rock band. Our set list included a selection of bluegrass standards and some of our original songs.
Thank you so much for having us, Bristol! We were thrilled to be part of your celebration. Here are some photos of our show and the lovely setting in Bristol, Rhode Island. And, watch a few highlights of our show in the video below.
We wish everyone a very, merry Christmas and happy New Year! Thank you to all who came to our shows in 2021. We look forward to another year of making music and entertaining. We hope you enjoy our Christmas video: Holly, Jolly Christmas.
Happy holidays, everyone! Needless to say, 2020 was an unusual year. We’re wrapping it up with our first virtual video: Our rendition of an old bluegrass favorite, Christmas Time’s A Comin’, with a 2020 twist. We hope you enjoy it!
It’s a wrap! Our 2020 gig year came to a close on Saturday, October 17th at the Southcoast Open Air Market. We were missing one Rambler and it was windy and cold, but thankfully the sun came out and it turned out to be a fine October day, and we were happy to be playing music together in person. All four of us made our debut at SOAM on September 19th.
Ironically, 2020 got off to a great start. On New Year’s night, we played the Bluegrass Throedown show at Nick-a-nee’s in Providence. That was followed by appearances at the Mount Hope Farmers Market on January 11th and the Wood River Inn on February 9th. We booked gigs at libraries, concert series, a bluegrass festival and farmers markets into the spring, summer and fall.
Then, the COVID-19 pandemic changed almost all of our plans, as it did for musicians everywhere.
Thankfully, we were able to continue rehearsing remotely using an online platformed called JamKazam. And, we were able to play a few outdoor gigs at SOAM and the Weaver Library Farmers Market during the summer and fall.
We hope that you and your loved ones are safe and well. And, we look forward to seeing you at a venue next year. In the meantime, stay tuned as we have plans for virtual projects in the coming months.
Earlier this month, we wrapped up a busy spring, summer and fall packed with outdoor events. We started the season at the Mount Hope Farm Farmers Market in Bristol, RI in June, then played five monthly gigs at the Attleboro Farmers Market in Attleboro, Mass. from June through October.
We provided the soundtrack for the Appalachian Mountain Club/Narragansett Chapter’s Spring Fling at Goddard Park in Warwick, RI in June, performed on the lawn outside the North Kingstown Free Library in RI in July and appeared twice at the Weaver Library Farmers Market in East Providence, once in July and once in August.
On a single day in August, we entertained passersby at Updike Park in Wickford Village, RI, then appeared on the main stage the Marshfield Fair in Marshfield, Mass.
In between all of those outdoor events, we squeezed in an indoor show at the North Scituate RI Public Library in July.
We’re working on filling out our indoor fall and winter schedule now, and looking forward to more outdoor events in 2019!
The weather forecast called for rain, but it turned out to be a nice morning for our first outdoor farmers market gig of the season. It was rather sticky in terms of humidity but thankfully no rain as we played some of our bluegrass standards, a few new (to us) songs, and some of our originals.
This is a great little market in Bristol, Rhode Island. We chatted with some nice folks who stopped by to pick up local products and listen to music. Also enjoyed seeing some of the vendors we met when we played the winter market.
We brought our “Listen and Learn at the Library” program to the Newport Public Library on Saturday, May 12, 2018. We played a selection of our favorite bluegrass standards and our own original songs for the folks who came out on this rainy Saturday.
Below is a little taste of the show. More videos are available here.