The Lone Bellow will be heading to the Bluebird this Thursday, to promote their newest album, Then Came The Morning. Since 2011, the Brooklyn indie folk trio has been collaborating and making music. Their debut album, The Lone Bellow, was no. 64 on the Billboard 200. The trio, which consists of Zach Williams on guitar and vocals, Kanene Pipkin on mandolin, bass and vocals, and Brian Elmquist on guitar and vocals, belts out heartfelt melodies, harmonizing a twang of American country mixed with folky rock.
Then Came The Morning, released in 2015, was greeted with critic’s praise. The Lone Bellow worked with the National’s Aaron Dessner to produce this second album, which has proved the Lone Bellow a force to be reckoned with. If you enjoy the Avett Brothers or Dawes, The Lone Bellow will be sure to impress.
Starting the evening at the Bluebird will be American folk/country artist David Ramirez. He has just released a new album Fables on Aug. 28. Ramirez writes from a deep place, after traveling and touring alone for many months at a time, and his fans find his shows both personal and intimate despite the big name acts he has opened for, such as Shakey Graves and Joe Pug.
Doors at 7 p.m. and show is at 8 p.m.. 21+