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An Evening with Chatham Rabbits
- Saturday, October 26, 2019
- $15 advance / $18 day of show
- This Show is Sold Out
- Seated Lounge Show - Limited Tables Available with a Dinner Reservation :: All Other Seating is First Come First Serve General Admission :: Please Call Venue for Dinner Reservations
Chatham Rabbits is returning to Isis Music Hall Lounge for an intimate evening of songs and stories. Like duos (such as Mandolin Orange) before them, these two are destined for big things. Opening will be Anna Lynch.
Chatham Rabbits · 7:00pm
With fresh chemistry and the charming appeal of young-old souls, Chatham Rabbits — Sarah Osborne McCombie (vocals, banjo) and Austin McCombie (vocals, guitar, fiddle) — fill the spaces they enter with genuine warmth. Their original songs are stories flush with strong characters, vivid imagery, and evidence of their binding ties to the South. Hailing from Bynum, North Carolina, just like the original Chatham Rabbits string band of the early 20th century, this couple is what duo dreams are made of. Since abandoning their corporate careers in 2018, Chatham Rabbits now tour with their hound dog Ruby, have sold out venues across North Carolina including the iconic Cat's Cradle, been featured on NPR and PBS, and recorded their debut album All I Want From You (Robust Records, 2019) with Mandolin Orange's Andrew Marlin.
Anna Lynch · 7:00pm
Anna Lynch is a native Californian, born and raised in the small wine country town of Sebastopol, California, and now residing in a small town on the outskirts of the Pacific Northwest musical-rich community of Portland, Oregon. Her musical underpinnings were formed by her parents in the California bay area folk scene and honed in the backcountry of Alaska where she earned her first accolades as a band leader and songwriter. Lynch is an in- demand vocalist, songwriter, and with her unique “right hand strum” on the guitar is finding success across many genres and with fans of all musical tastes. One minute you find yourself with tears in the corner of your eye and the next with a smile on your face. It’s all delivered with a sincerity that is authentic and genuine.