We’ll be playing an unplugged, stripped down set as a trio at a secret location in Philly. These are all of our favorite things. Follow THIS link for a chance to win free tickets, or access tickets at the event link below: https://www.sofarsounds.com/cities/philadelphia/events/23667
Join us at B&B for for Fridays of amazing music with other local bands:
Ellen Siberian Tiger
Super City (Baltimore)
The Philly POPS is celebrating its 40th Anniversary Season by highlighting Philadelphia stories and celebrating the many communities that make up our city's rich and diverse social and cultural fabric.
We’ll open the night with a free performance in the Kimmel Center Atrium prior to the Philly POPS performance.
We were selected out of hundreds of submissions as semi-finalists in the Coffee Music Project, a music competition for emerging artists that also raises funds to bring clean water to growing communities worldwide. Our team select 36 musicians from the applications to go through to the next round, the live shows.
We’ll perform at Piano’s in New York city for a chance to advance to the finals in New York City, and onto Los Angeles.
Proceeds from the performance benefit Project Waterfall, a charity initiative bringing clean drinking water, sanitation and education to coffee growing communities. Project Waterfall has raised over $1.3 Million, bringing clean water to over 37,000 people in 7 countries.
This year, Project Waterfall has just launched a new project in the Jabi Tehnan district of Ethiopia which will bring clean water to more than 10,000 people over the next 4 years.
We'll celebrate the release our first installment of Brighter Days long-awaited and dear to us. Stay tuned for events over the weekend, public and private events, and collaborations.
"Everything comes and everything goes. We take what is offered us in the longest days of and the warmest nights- all of our moving and fighting and weeding and dancing - and we decide what of our pain and joy we'll carry into the fall- and what we'll leave to the field."
Mississippi Cotten will be celebrating the vinyl release of their first studio record, "Sparkling Lotus Eyes" at Jalopy Theatre on August 31st. Come and enjoy the band's upbeat and bittersweet songs that have been blended together with a pleasant mix of acoustic and electric instruments. The six piece band, led by Kyle Tigges(vocals/banjo), pulls from the deep roots of American folk music and fearlessly reaches their sound high into the skies of the current musical climate.