Presented in a collaboration with the Monadnock Center for History and Culture!
Friday 10/14 @ The Monadnock Center of History & Culture:
The Glass Museum presents in conjunction with the Monadnock Center for History and Culture, three fantastic performances, all Thing in the Spring alumni.
Wooden Dinosaur, who will be here with their brand new LP, has always been how the songs of Michael Roberts have gotten out into the world. He often, and in this case, will be playing with his brother Frank on drums, and Jeff Murphy on bass. He has studied bluegrass and Mongolian throat singing, and both disciplines, and everything in between, inform his tender assessments of life on earth.
Sam Moss is a country music aficionado, and champion picker. He has the high lonesome plaint of a voice that allows him to navigate Appalachia with ease, and compose his own music with the threads he mines therein. His delivery is effortless and heartbreaking.
Trevor Healy is a luthier and picker from Easthampton, and his compositions pull from the great steel string tradition. He's a gentleman and a scholar!
7pm / $10 adv / $15 door GET TICKETS HERE.
The Thing in the Spring and Broke: The Affordable Arts Fair are brought to you by The Glass Museum, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Peterborough NH, sponsored in part by The Arthur Ashley Williams Foundation, The Merrill Family Charitable Foundation, The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, as well as: