Diplomas and the Double Bass
Upright bass player Kirsten Lamb of Cold Chocolate, a Boston based four-piece band that played at Chestnut House Concerts last summer, graduated from the New England Conservatory with a Master’s in Contemporary Improvisation. Congratulations Kirsten!
Another female bass player – Hasee Ciaccio with The Barefoot Movement graduated with her bachelor’s degree from East Tennessee State University. We know how hard she worked to make this happen – way to go Hasee!
Tania Elizabeth and her husband Andy Stack (playing together as The Stacks) were at Chestnut House Concerts in June 2013. Tania has been playing with The Avett Brothers and Andy’s band Buffalo Stack has been gaining popularity after great reviews of their album “Buffalo Stack”. The band is working on their second recording. Andy was featured in the May 2015 issue of Vintage Guitar.
No Depression, the leading voice in American roots music since 1995, premiered a video by Mandy Fer and Dave McGraw called “Tide Moon Ship Horn”. We’re hoping to have Dave and Mandy return to Chestnut House Concerts before the end of 2015. They were received well in 2013 and their most recent album Maritime is getting great reviews.
Chestnut House Concerts presents Ian Foster on Sunday, May 24, 2015 at 7:00 pm. It’s not a school night since Monday is a holiday. No excuses. Call/text Tim at 717940-9311 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat. Opening songs by one of Lancaster’s favorite duos, Jake Lewis and Katie Seifarth.