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Spuyten Duyvil brings re-imagined American Roots music and IFMA Album Of The Year Nominated CD to Amazing Things Arts Center 4.29

Apr 19 | Posted by: Mark

 

"Infused with Blues, Smoked in Folk" (No Depression) "Masters of High Octane Americana" (WFUV) come to Framingham's vibrant community arts center with a new set of modern takes on traditional songs and traditionally inspired originals


 
AMAZING THINGS ARTS CENTER
160 HOLLIS STREET | FRAMINGHAM MA 01702
(508) 405 2787 | APRIL 29TH | 8:00PM
 
TICKETS: $19, $16 MEMBERS
$18 SENIORS/STUDENTS, $9 CHILDREN
 http://www.amazingthings.org
 
On April 29TH, acclaimed folk festival favorites Spuyten Duyvil (pronounced "SPITE-en DIE-vul") bring their infectious, original spin on American roots music and alternative folk rock to Framingham.  In 2016, their CD, "The Social Music Hour Vol. 1", received an International Folk Music Awards' "Album Of The Year" Nomination.  They kick off their 2017 season with a fresh round of re-imagined traditional songs and their new International Folk DJ Top 20 single "The Warmth Of Other Suns".  Borrowing novelist Richard Wright's phrase and paying homage to Isabel Wilkerson's (http://isabelwilkerson.com/) thought provoking, timely and moving book of the same name, this inspiring song of resistance is available as a free download.  Hannah Rose Baker, a distinctive emerging voice in Boston's burgeoning roots music scene opens the show.

“This is as close to a musical "Come to Jesus" moment as you'll get outside the gospel roots of the deep south. Yonkers, NY based Spuyten Duyvil are the real deal when it comes to roots revivalist Americana music. Historians, outstanding songwriters, accomplished musicians and a musical family atmosphere converge to make some of the most outstanding music around today.”  - The Alternate Root TV

See Spuyten Duyvil: http://bit.ly/1Gz3r3T

Amazing Things Arts Center brings together a diverse community of artists, arts supporters and arts appreciators of all ages, cultures and interests, through the transformational power of rich and varied art forms that provide a nurturing environment in which to meet, understand and accept each other. Simply put, Creating Community through the Arts.  When you come to a featured show (Fridays & Saturdays), most shows will offer you a selection of Jack’s Abby beer or wine, light snacks and plenty of free parking right behind the Firehouse. Overflow parking is in the municipal lot off of Hollis Court (across the street, opposite the AutoBrite CarWash/Gas Station) — parking is free after 6pm


 www.spuytenduyvilmusic.com | www.amazingthings.org
 
Contact: Beth Kaufman | Spuyten Duyvil Music  | (917) 562 8584 | Beth@imix.org

 
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