Outlaw Friday #6 At The Hideaway Feat. Pine Street Ramblers & Evening Bell

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OUTLAW FRIDAY - a night of true Country/ Western & Honky Tonk Music! Every 3rd Friday at the Hideaway Bar & Grill in Sacramento!

$6 ($5 with cowboy boots)
9 PM

Outlaw Friday #6 - August 19

EVENING BELL – Country from Seattle, WA

The new collaboration between Seattle songwriters Hart Kingsbery (Davidson Hart Kingsbery) and Caitlin Sherman (Slow Skate, Sunday Evening Whiskey Club) with Jason Merculief (Alela Diane, Sera Cahoone, J. Tillman), on drums and Aaron Harmonson on bass. Songs filled with tremolo soaked desert guitar, barroom piano solos, ghost town duets and western instrumentals.

"To listen to Evening Bell, is to step back in time to the days when a hard day’s work on the farm was rewarded with a cold beer in a dusty barroom. Kingsbery’s guitar and Sherman’s piano roll languidly along like a tumbleweed passing through town as the pair takes turns singing lead and duetting. Their voices shine on their own, but together there’s added soul to the rich tales they tell." AZARIA C. PODPLESKY, Seattle Weekly

"Evening Bell is Ballard honky-tonker Davidson Hart Kingsbery’s twangy new venture with pianist Caitlin Sherman. Together with drummer Jason Merculief, the group perform classic country duets that sound something like Tammy and George dubbed over the soundtrack to a Sergio Leone spaghetti western." AMERICAN STANDARD TIME

"Evening Bell is Ballard honky-tonker Davidson Hart Kingsbery’s new project with pianist Caitlin Sherman. The two perform tender Americana-rooted duets with a slightly haunted edge that recall the dusty barrooms of the vintage country era. Think Gram Parsons meets Tom Waits with a feminine touch. Great stuff." GWENDOLYN ELLIOTT, Seattle Weekly

PINE STREET RAMBLERS - Good Time Accoustic Roots from Auburn, CA

The Pine Street Ramblers are a four piece band from the Sierra Nevada foothills performing original and classic good time roots music. The Ramblers draw inspiration from a variety of musical styles, including folk, bluegrass, country, and good old-fashion roots rock. Their high energy sound is a refreshing take on the typical modern string-band; their live show is a raucous powerhouse that deftly showcases their songwriting prowess in the context of foot stompin' good times and remarkable collective instrumental chops.
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