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11/4/2017 at 7:48:19 PM GMT
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EVIE LADIN BAND seeks PGSsssssssss!
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"jaw-droppingly brilliant, hilarious, deeply moving" - Oakland, CA-based Evie Ladin Band are tenacious, innovative string musicians/dancers with a quirky neo-trad soul. While their third release, the 2016 Jump the Fire brought a feature in the San Francisco Chronicle, it’s the effusive audience response that keeps them touring around the world.  •Think Rhiannon Giddens with less publicity and you will not be far wrong. - fRoots   The best example I have seen of a Neo-Trad band's sound being authentically anchored in old time music but extending it into new and entertaining directions. - Judge, Clifftop Appalachian Stringband Festival

 

The ELB has an Official Showcase at FAI and would LOVE to round out the weekend with some fun PGSsssss. THANKS for being in touch!

booking@evieladin.com - 510-502-0400
http://www.evieladin.com/evie-ladin-band-w-keith-terry-erik-pearson/

A prolific singer-songwriter, dancer and square dance caller, the polyrhythmic heat of Evie's clawhammer banjo has been heard from A Prairie Home Companion to Celtic Connections, Lincoln Center to Hardly Strictly Bluegrass.  "She can write, she can sing, and she pulls back from the saccharine brink with wit - a sharp intelligence." --Grant Alden, No Depression  She's recently won 2nd place ribbons at both Mt Airy and Clifftop for Folk Song and Neo-Trad Band!

Keith Terry (bass, percussion, body music, vocals) is a renowned percussionist/rhythm dancer, and the founder of the International Body Music Festival. A pioneer in contemporary Body Music, Keith produces large-scale intercultural collaborations and educational outreach. Keith brings a cinematic ear to playing bass as tonal percussion, with bells, box, body and toys. 

Erik Pearson (guitar, banjo, vocals) is a musician's musician with the Crooked Jades, storyteller Diane Ferlatte, and his solo projects. His original banjo tune Fork & File was the soundtrack for a rapids rafting scene in Sean Penn's movie Into the Wild. 


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