Day of Show:
Available online to
Mountain Stage Members Tuesday May
15, 2018 at 10am EST.
sale Friday, May 18, 2018 at 10a.m.
online, by phone 877.987.6487 and
locally at Taylor Books, downtown Charleston.
Stage with Larry Groce is pleased to welcome Americana group The Lone Bellow
and their acoustic TRIIIO tour to Mountain Stage later this Fall.
On Sunday, November 11 we'll welcome The Lone Bellow for Mountain Stage at
the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, WV. Tickets are available online now.
Bellow’s third studio album, Walk Into A
Storm, was released last fall on Descendant Records/Sony Music Masterworks.
The album was produced by Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, Jason
Isbell) and recorded in Nashville, TN.
three years since the band’s victorious, Then
Came The Morning was released. The album was produced by The National’s
Aaron Dessner and nominated for an Americana Music Award. The Lone Bellow
appeared on Kimmel, Letterman, Conan, CBS This Morning, Later…with Jools
Holland and James Corden in support of the album. In the years since the
release the band left their beloved adopted home of Brooklyn and moved to
two albums and countless gigs after first forming as a band, River Whyless, the North Carolina-bred
folk-rock outfit has discovered their evolution is a subtler albeit
monumentally important one. Deep in the throes of writing and recording their
bold new album, Kindness, A Rebel ,
the four musicians reached a necessary and collective understanding. Namely:
this band is their lifeblood, their family and their love.
artist, Royal Wood channeled these
polar opposite emotions into his new album “Ever
After The Farewell”. Recorded in London, UK, with Jamie Scott (known for
his work with renowned artists like Rag’n Bone Man, Michael Kiwanuka, Niall
Horan and Ed Sheeran), Royal’s album is not only deeply inspired by both loss
and love, but is an ode to the classic styles of both Tin Pan Alley and Laurel
Canyon. To capture the rawest possible sound, most of the songs on the album
were recorded the day they were written, with Royal playing the majority of the
instruments. As fate would have it, Royal recorded the album on the Beatles EMI
console that made Abbey Road possible. “Every day I walked into the studio in
London, UK with the ghosts of my musical hero’s sitting beside me.” said Royal.
“All of my life I wanted to make music with the Beatles, and now I feel like I
have” he joked.
opening moments of Martha Scanlan’s
fourth recording, The River And The Light,
there is this pause right before the music kicks in; it occurs like the deep
breath in right before a sigh, or the brush of sand against the bottom of a
boat being gently pushed into the current.
is a journey, and in this day and age of Spotify and playlists it is rare to
find a recording coImpelling enough to be so taken into such a journey. There
is a sense of aliveness and wonder throughout each song and throughout the
album, this sense of anticipation of what awaits around the next bend. “The
boat metaphor is interesting, because for both Jon and I these songs have
occurred like rivers, like these currents winding in and out and around each
other.” Jon is Portland based guitar player, producer and longtime musical collaborator
Jon Neufeld. The River and the Light is due October 19.
Hello June is an indie-rock band formed
in the hills of Morgantown, WV after core members Sarah Rudy (guitar/vocals)
and Whit Alexander (drums) met as tenants of a particularly communal apartment
building located at 233 Spruce St. Their debut six-song EP, Spruce,
fittingly unfolds as if an expression of self-discovery, where languid
reflection is never as far from catharsis as it seems. Its mix of driving,
indomitable hooks and ethereal, sustained tones “displays their blend of
bright, blissful rock that shimmers, even throughout its darker moments “ —NPR.
The band was
featured as part of the 2018 NPR Slingshot class - a designation given to
exceptional up-and-coming artists - and the single “Dance” was featured in the
March 2017 edition of NPR’s Heavy Rotation series. Their danceable-yet-dark
rock sound has been likened to Modest Mouse, Jason Molina, and Beach House.
Their first full-length album will be released in Fall 2018.
will be broadcast via NPR Music starting November 30.
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