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- Saturday, April 13, 2019
- $12 / $15
- Tickets on Sale Now
- 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 (Table) Reservations
Take yourself back to the days of dusty country roads, carefree summers, and your radio tuned to music that was soulful and authentic. Enter Plywood Cowboy, crafting songs ripe with these nostalgic comforts, yet perfectly suited for the soundtrack of modern life.
Plywood Cowboy · 7:00pm
Take yourself back to the days of dusty country roads, carefree summers, and your radio tuned to music that was soulful and authentic. Enter Plywood Cowboy, crafting songs ripe with these nostalgic comforts, yet perfectly suited for the soundtrack of modern life. With their second album release, “Blue Skies”, the band continues to produce refreshing music that has been called “steeped in tradition, with lyrics full of longing, truth and heart” by Sound Waves Magazine.
In keeping with their debut EP “Channel 33”, the band’s first full-length album, “Blue Skies”, was recorded at Riverway Studio with producer Ira Sakolsky. Influenced by the original sounds of country-western and rock n’ roll, the album presents a roots Americana palate with modern harmonic sensibility. The August 2018 release earned a spot on the Grammy ballot in the Best Americana Album and Best Americana Song categories.
Born in the Connecticut River Valley in 2015, Plywood Cowboy continues to expand nationally. In 2018, Plywood Cowboy won the Connecticut Folk Festival band competition, giving them the opportunity to share the stage with Martin Sexton, The Alternate Routes, Jesse Terry, and Upstate Rubdown. The band has been honored to open for the Grammy-nominated act Yarn, Driftwood, and United States Poet Laureate Billy Collins, and has performed with members of Keith Urban’s band. Plywood Cowboy was selected to perform in the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance DJ Showcase.