Howlin’ Brothers Sliding into Galway on July 22nd
Nashville-based string band The Howlin’ Brothers are bringing their folksy, bluegrass sound to Galway, NY on Monday, July 22nd. Playing in the acoustically impressive Cock ‘n Bull Restaurant, the trio plans to perform a combination of traditional and new songs that promise to create a fusion of bluegrass and punk rock.
Band members Ian Craft, Dan Swan, and Jaren Green have emerged as increasingly popular as bluegrass and folk have re-surfaced with roots music as a staple in popular music.
The Cock ‘n Bull will offer a pleasing listening room in their antique dairy barn converted to a restaurant. Holding about 70 fans, the barn provides a unique and intimate opportunity for folks to hear the slide banjo, harmonica and fiddle sounds of the Howlin’ Brothers like nowhere else.
Fans are encouraged to make reservations if they plan to come for dinner before the show. The restaurant on Parkis Miss Road in Galway serves up hearty portions of beef, chicken, and other American dishes, along with craft beers, wines, and a full bar.
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