Acclaimed Connecticut Musicians Take the Stage at Bridge Street Live-
Some of Connecticut’s most acclaimed new talent on the roots music scene will take the stage in Collinsville on September 9th. Jeff Przech & The Outfit and Belle of the Fall will be performing at Bridget Street Live, 41 Bridge Street, Collinsville, CT, on Friday, September 9, 2016 at 8 p.m. Opening the night is Steve Dedman of Plywood Cowboy. Advance tickets ($10-$15) are available for this incredible lineup at http://www.41bridgestreet.com.
Jeff Przech & The Outfit, led by Przech’s deep, soulful vocals and acoustic guitar work, take listeners on a trip down a dusty country road and rewarding emotional journey with authentic songwriting that shoots straight for the heart. As one reviewer put it, “Jeff Przech is one of those artists that you hear in a room and you have to stop what you are doing.” Blending alt-country and rock n’roll, The Outfit brings a little twang and rootsy grit to the songwriting that is influenced by contemporary artists like Isbell, Adams, and Simpson, along with classic artists like Kristofferson, Jennings, and Dylan. While touring the east coast in support of his 2015 debut album “Sounds Like Fresh”, Przech has opened for artists such as Shawn Mullins and Pat McGee, and was a featured performer at the Podunk Bluegrass Festival, the New England Acoustic Music Fest as well as the Keene Music Fest in New Hampshire.
The indie folk duo, Belle of the Fall, brings not only a modern twist to their acoustic folk songs, but “an unbelievable amount of personality….chemistry…[and] fun” to their shows; “one of the most compelling two piece outfits in the indie scene right now.” – Brett Davis Stewart. Tracy Walton, 2014 and 2015 New England Music Award nominee for Best Male Performer, and an accomplished bassist having written for Alfred Books and instructed at the National Guitar Workshop, joined with Julia Autumn Ford, a singer of rare talent and CT Music Award Nominee for Best New Artist 2014 and Song of the Year 2015. These two musical forces colliding created the sound and magic that is Belle of the Fall, who are currently touring in support of their debut album “Earthbound”.
Opening the night is Steve Dedman of Plywood Cowboy, who strikes deep at the soul of American music with songs about hound dogs, heart strings, and the vice of the bottle. Formed in 2015 in the Connecticut River Valley, Plywood Cowboy is poised to rewrite the American Songbook with their “incredible, toe-tapping, quality Americana music” – Ibby Carothers, iCRV Radio. Tickets are available at the door or in advance at 41bridgestreet.com for $10, or $15 VIP reserved.
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