New faces, old sounds at Justice Snow’s Americana Music Series
Americana Music Series at Justice Snow’s
Wednesday, March 16 Let Them Roar with Bradman
Sunday, March 20 Let Them Roar with Pearl & Wood
Wednesday, March 23 Let Them Roar with Frank Martin
Sunday, March 27 Let Them Roar
Wednesday, March 30 Steamboat Bandits
All events are free, running 9 p.m. to midnight. More info at http://www.justicesnows.com
Justice Snow’s Americana Music Series returns for its fourth iteration this week – this time with a new house band and curator.
The popular series begins a new chapter on Wednesday night, in the first of five concerts highlighting homegrown American music in all its guises. Carbondale roots rock band Let Them Roar will serve as the house band, performing with special guests at each concert. Local musician Brad Manosevitz is curating, and will serve as Wednesday’s guest artist.
“We are all influenced by and all have a passion for Americana music,” said Manosevitz. “Kind of our tag line is that it’s a celebration of American roots music, honoring the pioneers of the genre and the influence they’ve had on our own music.”
He’s taking the reins of the series from Jackson Emmer, who founded and curated the barroom concerts in its first three runs. Emmer moved to North Carolina last year.
Each outing will aim to hit a different aspect of Americana. Manosevitz said Wednesday’s show will begin with tributes to Americana greats like Guy Clark, Robert Earl Keane and Greg Brown.
The shows will feature three sets. The first has the special guest performing solo. In the second, Let Them Roar will play with the guest. And the night will close with Let Them Roar playing a set of originals and covers. Pearl & Wood will perform on Sunday, with a focus on soul music, and Frank Martin is scheduled for next Wednesday spotlighting gospel and bluegrass.
“This is just scratching the surface of the vast talent in the Roaring Fork Valley that’s playing this kind of music,” said Manosevitz.
The Kansas City-based Steamboat Bandits will close the spring series on March 30.
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