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Harpeth Rising

Sat, July 16
Doors 7:45 | Show 8:00
$23 ADV | $26 GA
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8 Silk Mill Drive, Hawley

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HARPETH RISING chose to name themselves after a river because water is both dynamic and
powerful. These words also describe the music created by the three women – Jordana
Greenberg (violin, vocals), Rebecca Reed-Lunn (banjo, vocals) and Maria Di Meglio (cello,
vocals). Unapologetic genre-benders, they fuse Folk, Newgrass, Rock and Classical into a
sound that is organically unique.
Hallmarks of their music include expansive three-part harmonies, consummate musicianship
and a deft, yet soulful lyrical perspective. Harpeth Rising's roots run deep – from their varied
ancestry across Eastern Europe to the musical hotbed of the Mid-South they now call home,
they weave together ancient and modern ideas, creating a sound that is both familiar and
impossible to categorize.
“We don't set out to create something different, we just write in a way that is true to ourselves
while trying to always expand and explore the new influences in our lives.” says Greenberg.
“We're aware of genre divisions, we're just not bound by them.”

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Burning Bridget Cleary

Sat, July 23
Doors 7:45 | Show 8:00
$24 ADV | $26 GA
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8 Silk Mill Drive, Hawley

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Known for their captivating sound and engaging stage presence, Burning Bridget Cleary is currently one of the hottest acts on the Celtic and folk music circuits. Band-leader Rose Baldino drives this band, delivering a dynamic blend of charisma, crackerjack fiddle work, and tightly woven harmonies. She's joined by Amy Beshara, a multi-talented musician, well respected in the New York metro Scottish fiddle scene. The driving rhythm and bass end is supplied by Lou Baldino on guitar and Peter Trezzi on percussion. In December 2013, Burning Bridget Cleary was nominated "Top Traditional Group in a Pub, Festival, or Concert" in the Irish Music Awards sponsored by the Irish Music Association. Says Jack Baker of The Irish American News, "This is trad music at its best; alive, vibrant and lyrical. Don't miss seeing this band."

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Local Original Music Showcase

Thurs, July 28
8PM
$13 ADV | $15 GA
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8 Silk Mill Drive, Hawley

This is a CD Release Party for Stephen Faubel's new album "Serenity" - Stephen's music is a compilation of his journey, travels and self-exploration in true singer-songwriter style, soaked in the many flavors he's explored throughout his life in music. This showcase also features Kaahele, whose music is uplifting, and comical, bringing awareness and at the same time making light of the human situation. Her music covers an array of folk, reggae, bluegrass, and her own special flavor. Kaahele speaks to the separation between the modern and natural world.

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Wade Preston
Two Shows One Night

Sat, July 30
5:30 PM and 8:15PM
$20 ADV | $23 GA
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8 Silk Mill Drive, Hawley

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Wade Preston of "Movin' Out!" the Broadway show and Billy Joel's back-up delivers an impeccable show with your favorite tunes and original compositions. It's not often a man can sit in front of a piano and command full attention but Mr. Preston can drop a stadium full of jaws. Truly spell-binding and a favorite among Harmony Presents audiences, get your tickets now to the early or late show before there aren't any left! Wade did virtually all the rehearsals and sound checks for Billy Joel‘s historic Last Play at Shea performances, job description “Stunt Billy.” Wade performed at the PA Inauguration Ball in Washington D.C. for President Obama, Vice President Biden and PA Governor Rendell. Prior to Movin’ Out, Wade was well known on the west coast as the preeminent boogie pianist, revered for his rollicking performances, stunning technical abilities and spirited versatile singing. He is now returning to his roots with a new City-Country band called Shotgun Wedding, with members of the Movin’ Out Band and Billy Joel‘s band, leaving the eclectic variety of styles he sings and plays to his frequent solo concerts and master classes.

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The Honey Dewdrops

Fri, Aug 5
Doors 7:45 | Show 8:00
$19 ADV | $22 GA
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8 Silk Mill Drive, Hawley

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Known for their tight harmonies, Laura Wortman and Kagey Parrish recently released their fourth album Tangled Country featuring songs that are raw and engaging. The Honey Dewdrops are the Virginia-based roots duet of Laura Wortman and Kagey Parrish. With a blend of new Americana and traditional folk, they create inspired songs rooted in the experiences and lives of everyone. It's music made in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, with a sparse Appalachian clarity on every song. On stage, the Honey Dewdrops dynamically blend their instruments and voices by singing and playing into a single microphone. There is a high lonesome quality to the way their voices join that is familiar, yet the mixture is unique. In their own way, the duo fills the room with energy and emotion that linger long after the show. “Their talent is such that it's quite possible that a new band recording in the year 2020 might cite the Honey Dewdrops as a prime influence.” - Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine

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Caleb Hawley Band

Sat, Aug 6
Doors 7:45 | Show 8:00
$20 ADV | $23 GA
8 Silk Mill Drive, Hawley

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Caleb Hawley is a multifaceted singer and songwriter, currently residing in Harlem of New York City. Citing his two greatest influences as Randy Newman and Prince, he leaves a lot of room for possibility in the genre spectrum.
Raised in Minneapolis by a family of preachers and therapists, Hawley's family fueled his on-stage charisma and perceptive, witty lyrics. “Growing up in an a capella church, we weren't allowed to use instruments. It forced everyone to learn how to sing harmony," Hawley says. “We mostly sang old hymns, which is probably what drew me to gospel and eventually soul music."
Hawley spent his early 20's touring the country with only an acoustic guitar and his dog Fargo. In those years, Hawley racked up hundreds of gigs, along with multiple songwriting awards for the John Lennon Songwriting Contest, Telluride Troubadour Competition, SongCircle Contest and more. Nowadays, a full band heightens the energy of the live show across the country. “I used to love playing solo, in listening rooms," Hawley admits, “but as of late I prefer to get people thinking on their feet, rather than in a chair."

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The Show Ponies

Sat, Aug 13
Doors 7:45 | Show 8:00
$22 ADV | $25 GA
8 Silk Mill Drive, Hawley

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Near the end of Huckleberry Finn¸ Huck announces, “But I reckon I got to light out for the Territory ahead of the rest, because Aunt Sally she's going to adopt me and sivilize me, and I can't stand it. I been there before.” Through Huck's longing for the Territory ahead, Mark Twain transformed the ending of a story into an invitation that has come to define the American imagination. In his words we come to the conclusion of a story as one comes to the top of a mountain—to behold where we've been, and where we've yet to go.

The Show Ponies offer such vistas of the imagination on their newest EP, Run for Your Life (2014). Channeling the momentum of a few momentous years, founding ponies Andi Carder (lead vocals, banjo) and Clayton Chaney (lead vocals, bass) weave story and song with the same charm, pathos, and boldness that brought them from Texas and Arkansas to California where the Show Ponies were founded in 2011. Like so many iconic American voices over the generations, Carder grew up singing in church and performing in musical theater—musical heritage often apparent in performing what she likes to call “folk sassgrass.” Chaney's musical upbringing compliments Carder's sensibilities in drawing on the deep wells of country and folk. The themes of his songwriting echo his penchant for wanderlust: “Being on the road is the most exciting thing for me. I love waking up in a different place every morning.”

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PAINT YOUR PET
Libations & Creations

Fri, Aug 19
7PM - 10PM
$56 | Register by Aug 16
8 Silk Mill Drive, Hawley, PA

PAINT YOUR PET Come paint your fur-baby, your darling, your best friend, your pet! Don't think you have the talent for this? Fear not - your pet will be pre-sketched on the canvas for you from photos that you email to us. You do the rest under our instruction. Libations and Creations classes with Jill are fun for everyone, even if you haven't picked up a paintbrush in years! Paintings are fun to create solo, with your sweetheart, or with a group of friends. Participants are encouraged to BYOB. It's a little known fact that most artists have a some wine by their side as they paint.

All supplies are provided - just bring your own wine (or beverage of choice)!

Please register by Aug 16th!!


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