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Mammals and Sassafras Stomp Perform at Crosby Center Theater July 21
July 21 @ 7:00 pm
On Friday, July 21 at 7:00PM, the Free Range Music Series and Waterfall Arts will present The Mammals and Sassafras Stomp at the newly reopened theater at The Crosby Center, located at 96 Church Street in Downtown Belfast. Doors open at 6:30pm, concert starts at 7:00pm.
The Mammals have released a rowdy live-in-the-living-room video of the song On My Way Home and are digitally releasing a pair of topical tunes, Culture War and My Baby Drinks Water Spring 2017. A new full length record is slated for release in early 2018.
Sassafras Stomp is a high-energy folk band from central Maine. Weaving together diverse fiddle traditions with a strong rhythmic sensibility, fiddler Johanna Davis and guitarist Adam Nordell build a rich, dynamic roots sound marked by driving rhythms and sweet harmony vocals. The band is known for producing a surprisingly large and exciting sound, augmented by a cross-tuned fiddle, unconventional guitar playing, a harmonium-like shruti box and French Canadian foot percussion.
Tickets to the concert are $15. Attendees may purchase advance tickets online for reserved seating. The Crosby Center is located at 96 Church Street in downtown Belfast. The Crosby Center, formerly the Crosby School, has seen many lives as a high school, a performing arts center, and more in it’s nearly 100 years. The building officially reopened earlier this month as a multi-use space, which includes a large theater, to much excitement from the community. To learn more about the event, to purchase advance tickets, and to read about more upcoming Free Range Music Series concerts, visit www.freerangemusicseries.com.