THE EARL BROTHERS: It's been twelve years since The Earl Brothers started working on a style that has become their unique trademark, Outlaw Hillbilly Music. The Earl Brothers have received an overwhelmingly enthusiastic response from music-lovers far and wide. Their gritty, mournful songs recall ancient honky-tonks, and Southern back roads with a unique edgy directness. Their music forgoes the softer contemporary acoustic sound of many modern day Bluegrass bands. The bands less is more approach to songwriting, singing, and musicianship is direct, simple, and yet somehow different from everything else.
WALKING IN SUNLIGHT: Three beautiful voices, a banjo, and timeless folk songs Walking in Sunlight began when Nathan, Greg and Eva convened to share the pleasure of singing Carter Family songs together, but their three-part harmonies brought them to explore a wider realm of old-time songs and on to composing some originals. The trios first, ten-song album surveys traditional songs, covers of Will Oldham and Doc Watson, and revisits songs from their previous projects, including Last of the Blacksmiths and Dame Satan/Sands.
NOTES ABOUT REDWOOD GROVE CONCERTS
Shows may sell out - buy online in advance.
Parking is limited and not guaranteed - carpooling is encouraged.
Ticket includes admission to the Botanical Garden before 4:30pm.
Bring your own refreshments.
Alcohol is not permitted per UCPD.
Warm clothes recommended.