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Yonder Mountain String Band

March 29 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

 

 

(((folkYEAH!!))) and the Miners Foundry are pleased to present Yonder Mountain String Band with special guests The Lil Smokies on Wednesday, March 29, 2017.  For nearly 18 years, Yonder Mountain String Band has redefined bluegrass music, expanding the traditional acoustic genre beyond its previously established boundaries by steadily pushing the envelope into the realms of rock n’ roll and improvisation.  Doors open at 7:00pm and the Show starts at 7:30p.m.  This is a standing / dancing show with limited seating.  Tickets are $27 in Advance and $32 at the Door.  Ticketing fees may apply.  Tickets are available online, in person or by phone at the Miners Foundry Box Office.

 

 

Yonder Mountain String Band has always played music of their own design, in the process attracting a devout coterie of fans that often resembles a tight knit family on an epic musical journey as Yonder traverses the country with an ever-rigorous tour schedule. Yonder is a quintessential ensemble honing its craft night after night on the road, and the fans are there to experience it in real time. The result is music that doesn’t stand still, it’s always progressing and breaking unprecedented ground.  With their latest album, Black Sheep (scheduled for national release on their own Frog Pad Records at Telluride Bluegrass Festival on June 16, 2015), Yonder Mountain String Band — Adam Aijala (guitar, vocals), Dave Johnston (banjo, vocals), Ben Kaufmann (bass, vocals), Allie Kral (violin, vocals), and Jacob Jolliff (mandolin, vocals) — begins a new era. The first YMSB release produced by the band itself, Black Sheep is, by any measure, a triumph, perhaps the most mesmeric of their career. The result, says Kaufmann, is that, “This record sounds more like Yonder than any record we’ve ever done. I’m hoping that when people are finished listening to it, they’ll just hit play and listen to it again.”

 

 

With their roots submerged in the thick buttery mud of traditional bluegrass, The Lil’ Smokies have sonically blossomed into a leading player in the progressive acoustic sphere, creating a new and wholly unique, melody driven sound of their own. The quintet, from Missoula, MT, has been hard at work, writing, touring and playing to an ever-growing fan base for the past 6 years. The fruits of their labor recently culminating with wins at the 2016 International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Momentum Award for Best Band and at the 2015 Telluride Bluegrass festival band competition.  In 2013 the band also won The Northwest String Summit Band Competition. With a unique blend of traditional bluegrass, newgrass, innumerable unique originals, sheer raw energy, and exquisite musicianship, The Lil’ Smokies weave seamlessly through genres, leaving behind melodies you’ll be singing to yourself for days and a jaw you’ll have to pick up off the floor.

Details

Date:
March 29
Time:
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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Organizer

(((folkYEAH!)))
Email:
booking@folkyeah.com
Website:
http://folkyeah.com/

Venue

Miners Foundry Cultural Center
325 Spring Street
Nevada City, CA 95959 United States
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Phone:
(530) 265-5040
Website:
http://minersfoundry.org/

* We accept Visa, MasterCard, or Discover by phone.

Doors open an hour before the event starting time. (unless noted otherwise)

Purchase tickets in person: visit the Miners Foundry Office Tuesday – Friday, from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM.  The Miners Foundry is located at 325 Spring Street, Nevada City, CA  95959.

The Ticket Office is located up the stairs just beyond the restrooms (enter the building through the double wooden doors). 

Tickets are also generally available at Briar Patch Co-Op in Grass Valley.

POLICIES

All Sales are Final.  No Refunds or Exchanges.  Treat ticket as cash.

In the event of a cancellation for which there is no rescheduled date, a refund may be issued at the option of the Management.

All ticket purchases are subject to a $2.00 per ticket Historic Preservation fee.

Additional fees may apply for online purchases and purchases at Briar Patch Co-Op.