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Mandolin Orange
Wednesday, July 27 • 8pm

Robert Randolph
& The Family Band
Friday, August 5
• 9pm

BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet
Friday, August 26 • 8pm
July 27:
Mandolin Orange
July 28:
Those Darn Accordions
with Heather Fisch & Ryder Cooley Opening
July 29:
Dub Is A Weapon
July 31:
Seth's Sauerkraut Revue
featuring the Caleb Klauder Band
August 5:
Robert Randolph & The Family Band
August 7:
Anders Osborne
August 8:
Voodoo Orchestra North
Summer Series
August 10:
The DuPont Brothers
August 12:
August 13:
Rich Robinson
August 19:
The Big Takeover
August 21:
Quinn Sullivan
August 22:
Voodoo Orchestra North
Summer Series
August 25:
Donavon Frankenreiter
August 26:
BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet
August 27:
Hollis Brown
September 3:
Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin
with The Guilty Ones
September 9:
Justin Townes Earle

Wednesday, July 27

8:00 pm

Multi-instrumentalist/singer Emily Frantz and songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/singer Andrew Marlin are the North Carolina-based folk-Americana duo Mandolin Orange. NPR named the duo's 2013 debut album "This Side of Jordan" one of the year's best folk/Americana releases, calling it "effortless and beautiful," while Magnet dubbed it "magnificent" and American Songwriter said it was "honest music, shot through with coed harmonies, sweeping fiddle, mandolin, acoustic guitar and the sort of unfakeable intimacy that bonds simpatico musicians like Gillian Welch and David Rawlings." The record earned them performances everywhere from the iconic Newport Folk Festival to Pickathon, as well as tours with Willie Watson, Gregory Alan Isakov, the Wood Brothers, and more.

The group followed up that effort with last year's "Such Jubilee," recorded old-school-style with just a vocal and instrumental mic each in Asheville's Echo Mountain studio. Indy Week called it "a pleasant and endearing listen, with songs that catch the first time around and sentiments that pull you into their private world," while Ameican Songwriter raved, "Mandolin Orange's refined, rustic reflections are as thoughtful and sympathetic as their dusky, rural approach."


Thursday, July 28

8:00 pm

With Ryder Cooly & Heather Fisch Opening

This accordion-fueled rock 'n' roll band pumps out catchy originals, classic rock and pumped up polkas. Fronted by lead singer/squeezebox wizard Paul Rogers along with Suzanne Garramone, TDA promises to forever rearrange your understanding of the accordion. TDA's extreme squeezeboxers mix solid keyboard chops with a groundbreaking use of guitar effects pedals and amps to produce a super-cool sound like nothing you've ever heard emanating from an accordion.


Friday, July 29

9:00 pm

Brooklyn-based Dub Is a Weapon sets out to translate studio-derived Jamaican dub music onto the live stage. Influenced by everyone from Lee 'Scratch' Perry to Jimi Hendrix to John Coltrane. the group lays down rhythms for a nonstop dub-dance party.



27•Mandolin Orange
28•Those Darn Acordions
with Heather Fisch & Ryder Cooley Opening

29•Dub Is A Weapon
31•Seth's Sauerkraut Revue
featuring the Caleb Klauder Band

5•Robert Randolph & The Family Band
7•Anders Osborne Band
8•Voodoo Orchestra North
10•The DuPont Brothers
13•Rich Robinson
19•The Big Takeover
21•Quinn Sullivan
22•Voodoo Orchestra North
25•Donavon Frankenreiter
26•BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet
27•Hollis Brown

3•Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin with The Guilty Ones
9•Justin Townes Earle
16•Vieux Farka Toure
25•Trixie Whitley

1•Amy Ray & Her Band / Chely Wright • (co-bill)
16•Crystal Bowersox
21•The Suitcase Junket
28•Chris Smither

5•Chatham County Line
10•Omar Sosa

2•Joey Alexander Trio
9•Joan Osborne