Posts Tagged ‘banjo’

Come to the Wingnut for an awesome house show on the 24th!!!

Dirty Fist! is banjo/accordion/fiddle all grrl two-piece touring from Gainesville, touring with the Damsels, a lady bluegrass duet from Olympia!

…Dirty Fist! consists of two really rad ladies from Gainesville, FL and they play warble-y American gypsy music on accordion, banjo, and violin. They tend to write about inter-personal relationships and are a great band to see live/hang out with!

http://www.myspace.com/dirtyfist

The Damsels – bring you dueling harmonies swooning for you in a forgotten bluegrass styling!

http://www.myspace.com/thedamnselssecretlove

The Wingnut is a sober space – absolutely no drugs or alcohol allowed on you or in you!

Saturday July 3rd at 7pm!!!

Come to the Wingnut and see the Bearcubes play!

Bearcubes are a group of five who came together in the musically rich town of Oberlin, Ohio. Their debut album “The New Moon in the Morning” features thirteen thoughtful, charming, and hummable original songs, lushly arranged and produced by the band members themselves. These recordings feature over 25 musicians from the Oberlin community, including a string quartet, brass band, marimba, harp, and accordion.

Those who go to see the Bearcubes’ live performance can expect an energetic show, complete with five-part vocal harmonies and frequent oboe duets.

Bearcubes sing sweetly and move audiences with their finger-picked acoustic guitar melodies, uncommon poeticism, and skillful musicianship, but they can also rock, with booming electric bass, foot-stomping banjo, and honky-tonk piano.

This summer Bearcubes will promote their debut album on tour summer, throughout the Midwest and Northeast.

Saul Alpert-Abrams – vocals, guitar, keyboard
Claire Chenette – vocals, guitar, keyboard, oboe
Katherine Dohan – vocals, bass, oboe
David B. Greenberg – vocals, drums
Alex Kramer – vocals, banjo

http://www.myspace.com/bearcubes
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If anyone is interested in opening please contact the Wingnut in advance!!

(804) 303-5449
escottmail11@gmail.com

If you missed the bluegrass ad folk fun before, we have some of the same bands, plus some new playing at the Wingnut.
Good for dancing, with fiddle, banjo, accordian, guitar, washtub bass, washboard and MORE!!!

7pm, please bring donations for the band or money to buy their cds!!

Coaltown Noir
Zach Orion (of Casa de Chihuahua)
Gutbucket Bellowers
She Feels Like Pittsburgh
Meg Christenson

Sober, All Ages, Please be respectful of the Wingnut and our neighbors

Saturday, April 10, 2010

7pm

At the Wingnut!!

Come See Grex- from Amherst, Massachusetts
They are on tour in a veggie oil vehicle.
GREX and SASQWASH have hit the road in Apukalypse Fuck Mobile the 2nd. Our albums are done and on the WAVES page.

Anyone local want to play this show too?

Sober
All Ages

Lots of instruments!
“everyone sings
You
br />Dan -Guitar, bass, accordion
Ariel- Violin, Guitar
Zack- Banjo, Guitar
Amanda- SAW!
Tony -‘electric’ bucket, symbol, shaker, synth
Dr. T- percussion, guitar, bass, accordion
Aiyana- flute”

“grex started out as a single celled amoeba, drifting about in puddles and devouring life forms smaller than itself. One day, after receiving an electro-magnetic signal, many of these amoeba coagulated into a multi-cellular photo-synthetic slug. After a period of fruitful metabolism, the grex-slug exploded into spores of millions more amoebas, which infected the intestines of commerce, causing hilarious farts and embarrassing diarrhea.”

http://www.giantrecordcorporation.org

http://www.myspace.com/grexisyou

Please be respectful of our neighborhood, Southern Barton Heights, as well as our neighbors. Don’t speed, litter, or be too loud when outside. We encourage friendliness. Also, please respect the Wingnut. The Wingnut is a radical collective focused on social justice and building community. We work really hard on many projects to keep the space productive and positive.
No cops allowed.

Please be respectful of our neighborhood, Southern Barton Heights, as well as our neighbors. Don’t speed, litter, or be too loud when outside. We encourage friendliness. Also, please respect the Wingnut. The Wingnut is a radical collective focused on social justice and building community. We work really hard on many projects to keep the space productive and positive. No cops allowed.