The Grahams

The Grahams

The Grahams, the creative union of lifelong romantic partners Alyssa and Doug Graham, combine soulful bluegrass with hints of earthy Americana, adding colors from traditional folk and country blues, into an infectious blend of storytelling that results in songs of love, loss, yearning, and the view from rural American roads less traveled.

A Thousand Years at Sea

Fiddlers, guitarists, singers, and songwriters, Colin Cotter and Ethan Lewis do it all - and they do it in high-energy performances where they lay all their cards on the table, holding nothing back, and uplifting audiences with heartfelt songs, rocking tunes, and virtuosic mad skills. Cotter and Lewis form the core of "A Thousand Years at Sea," their ever-evolving exploration of contemporary American songwriting and the living-tradition of Celtic music. ATYAS has created a new sound that stays true to the band’s roots in folk music, integrating Celtic, rock, Americana, and instrumental improvisation “into something sweet and subtle” (Sacramento News Review). Djembe master and kit wizard, Isaac James, provides the rhythmic backbone of the band, and Neil Pearlman adds genre-defying, foot-stomping piano grooves.

The Far Country

The Far Country is an American tour de force, capturing a snapshot of the entire country's tragic depths and persistent hope through one man's personal struggles. Front man Kyle Neal has played guitar for Brother and toured with Robert Jon and the Wreck for two years. He's been writing music since he was 14 and his latest EP, Morning Light, shows the kind of maturity that can only come from having toured coast to coast experimenting with everything from love to alcohol to Jesus Christ.

The songs on the Morning Light EP come from a place of brutal honesty. Brimming with hymnal triumph, The Far Country takes you to the depths of their personal hell and back, finding reasons to still rejoice along the way. Kyle Neal's voice is inflected with a biblical cadence and weight that brings to mind the poems of William Butler Yeats, if Yeats drank Southern whiskey and could carry a tune. At the end of the bottle, The Far Country manages to strike a uniquely American sound that is at once both unflinchingly honest and true to experience.

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The Grahams with A Thousand Years at Sea, The Far Country

Wednesday, September 11 · 8:00 PM at Hotel Utah

Tickets Available at the Door