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Shows Friday and Saturday night to introduce all new bluegrass

By Andrew Harris

The dream team on Court Street in Geneseo are back from break and ready to do what they do best: Spotlight amazing musicians with fun food as a backdrop. This weekend is dedicated to a crew that have already been a big part of Drumroll, and their successful debut on the Western New York/Finger Lakes music scene.

The band “Dirty Blanket” has just finished a new album and they decided to drop it on the world with the help of Drumroll.

Dirty Blanket comes to Drumroll Stage + Sushi to celebrate their new album release, and they are bringing friends! Come spend an evening getting down with some fast-paced, original improvisational bluegrass, or the entire 2-night party.

EVENT DETAILS:
Dirty Blanket Album Release Weekend – April 12 & 13, 2024
Drumroll Stage + Sushi Pub, 86 Court Street, Geneseo, NY 14454

Doors: 8:00 p.m. │ Show: 9:00 p.m.
Tickets: $20 Single Night, $35 Two Nights
Ages 21+

ABOUT:
A 2-night celebration of the release of Finger Lakes bluegrass band Dirty Blanket’s long-awaited new studio album at Geneseo’s Drumroll Stage & Sushi Pub. Including opening performances from some of the band’s closest friends and other special guests:

Night 1 support:
Folkfaces

Night 2 support:
The Brothers Blue
The Mustard Tigers

More about Dirty Blanket from www.dirtyblanket.net:

Dirty Blanket have toured the American Northeast, making names for themselves on festival circuits and in cities like New York, DC, Baltimore, Burlington, and beyond. To date, they’ve shared stages with some of the highest profile names in bluegrass including Billy Strings, The Del McCoury Band, The Infamous String Dusters, Jeff Austin Band, Kitchen Dwellers and more.

​The seeds of Dirty Blanket were planted in 2013 at the meeting of guitarist Max Flansburg and singer/songwriter Kevin O’Leary. Combining an array of influence with a passion for creating original music, the two began playing as an acoustic duo, utilizing what free time their other musical projects allowed to share their latest material with audiences across Upstate NY. Over the following years, regional musicians Richie Colf and Joel Fedkiw, along with some of the best upright bassists in the NY region, rounded out the band lineup as the 5-piece, fast-paced, alternative improvisational bluegrass band they are today. 

Check them out playing last year at the Westcott Theatre:

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