Mountains Towns, Dave Brown & The Dishonest Fiddlers, Uncle Stump
45 Main Street
Stanhope, NJ, 07874
Doors 6:00 PM (event ends at 11:59 PM)
Watch & Listen
Bozeman, MT-based bluegrass quartet Kitchen Dwellers are riding the wave of their sophomore release, Ghost in the Bottle, an album produced by Leftover Salmon’s Andy Thorn. The album also features Twiddle’s Mihali Savoulidis, who joined the band in the studio to record the album’s first single “Vision of More.” The band continues to relentlessly tour the country, captivating audiences with their own unique style, dubbed “Galaxy Grass.”
Formed while attending college at Montana State, the group has burst onto the bluegrass scene sharing the stage with acts such as Railroad Earth, Greensky Bluegrass, The Infamous Stringdusters and Twiddle. In recent years the band has begun to tour nationally, hitting notable venues and festivals around the country including The Brooklyn Bowl, The Fox Theatre, Delfest, Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Northwest String Summit, and The Frendly Gathering.
Mountains Towns is a musical collaboration between the members of Bobolink and Evan Roque
Dave Brown & The Dishonest Fiddlers
The Dishonest Fiddlers are an emerging folk group rooted in Northeast Pennsylvania. Singer/songwriter, Dave Brown, is accompanied by an all star cast of string musicians, better known as "The Dishonest Fiddlers."
Folk and Bluegrass music are obvious influences that have helped to forge and inspire a unique, homegrown sound while providing a solid musical foundation. Socially conscious songwriting and old timey sensibilities are certain to open even the most discerning ear.
The four members of Uncle Stump have known each other for years, playing in various different projects around Sussex County, New Jersey, and crossing musical paths occasionally. After Mike, Lee, & Matt played for a few months as Mike McBride and the Family Band, with an ever-rotating line up of friends and local musicians, Paul soon found himself involved. The four of them had great chemistry, and decided to solidify the line up. That's how Uncle Stump was born, and continued on to live happily ever after.
$12 in advance, $15 cash at the door.
$5 Food & Beverage Minimum collected in cash at door for all guests under the age of 21; Voucher redeemable in restaurant.
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