"New York City's emerging folk-twang songsmith, Don DiLego, is alt-country's next poster boy." Rolling Stone

"Don DiLego is a storyteller who invokes vivid imagery in the vein of Johnny Cash." Northeast Performer Magazine

" ....rustic, accessible ballad that would sound right blaring from a pickup truck on a darkening highway....DiLego is cut from the same cloth as performers like Wilco and the Avett Brothers € his songs take country ballads one step beyond their obvious conclusion, yielding a genre-bending hybrid of indie rock and country." NY Indie Music Examiner.com

DiLego brings an alt-country sensibility to an urban landscape: "The street lights are breathing hard, and the crowd shakes far beneath my feet, he sings in a soaring chorus that recalls Dion as much as Jackson Browne. That fusion of country lilt and old-fashioned rock muscle, along with lyrics that don't settle for the usual tropes, make Western and Atlantic‚ a keeper. Peter Chianca, Gatehouse News

""From the EP's opener, the slide guitar driven Midnight Train to the final track, the intimate Carry On he touches base with Jeff Tweedy and Howe Gelb. Television Sun starts like an outtake of Neil Young's Harvest Moon before evolving into a road movie theme song that could have been written by Steve Earle." Hans Werksman, Here Comes The Flood

"The Holiday"€ has a lovely melody reminiscent of gospel-soul, but features a weeping steel guitar and harmonica, while the ghostly piano, distorted guitars, and Beach Boys harmonies of €œ"Lonely Couples" would have fit beautifully on Wilco's Summerteeth. " - David Lifton, Popdose

"The resulting "what-you-hear-is what-you-get sort of affair is a solid product that both mesmerizes and enlightens." Joe Ross, CD Insight

"From lonesome heartachers to smart, sparkly, alt-country pop, Don DiLego's brand of sometimes subdued, sometimes punchy twang-rock finds it's true north on "Photographs of 1971." Volume up!" Kate Bradley, XM Radio

"The disc recaptures the rhythm of 70's movies and photographs, as well as DiLego's own distinct take on alt-country." David Dye / The World Cafe, WXPN

The Tet Holiday

The Tet Holiday is a band that loves playing guitar pop at loud volumes. They also love distortion.

Bradley Skaught

Solo sounds from the leader and songwriter of The Bye Bye Blackbirds.

Power Pop, Americana, and Melodic Rock stripped down to its bare and beautiful bones.

$7.00 - $10.00

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Don DiLego (NYC) with special guests The Tet Holiday and Bradley Skaught (of The Bye Bye Blackbirds)

Friday, August 2 · Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM at Starry Plough