The High Lonesome

The High Lonesome is:

Anna Roberts-Gevalt ’09: plays fiddle, viola, banjo, carries maple syrup in her back pocket.
Ben Seretan ’10: plays banjo, harmonica, spoons, sings, is really fucking cute (come see him!).
Emily Troll ’10: plays fiddle, accordion, sings, stepdances, enjoys long walks on the beach.
Eric “huh” Sherman ’10: plays trumpet, sings, smiles winningly and breaks your heart.
Gus Seixas ’10: plays the guitar, sings, looks fabulous in a suit.

They play:

jug band jazz. with a little bit of old time thrown in for good measure. which means we mix old american folk tunes with rock and roll with django (“gypsy”) jazz with the good old fashioned, lazy groove of a jug band.
put another way, we play folk music with flair.

I have the sneaking suspicion that this is the latest incarnation of the fiddlers we ran into during Orientation.

Date: Friday, December 8
Time: 7:30pm – 9:00pm
Venue: Green Street Arts Center

4 thoughts on “The High Lonesome

  1. Anonymous

    The Green Street Arts Center is excited to welcome back the High Lonesome! Visitors, please consider bringing the suggested donation ($5, but if you can’t spare it just bring *a* donation, please please).The High Lonesome will be followed by a folk/rock trio featuring John Meerts (Vice President for Finance and Administration) and Joanne Agostinelli (Director of User Services, ITS). Green Street is located at 51 Green Street. If you head down rte 66/Washington St. to Main St., turn left and walk two blocks. Green Street is on your right and the building is a large, 3-story brick place kitty-corner from the community herb garden.–Lex

  2. Anonymous

    The Green Street Arts Center is excited to welcome back the High Lonesome! Visitors, please consider bringing the suggested donation ($5, but if you can’t spare it just bring *a* donation, please please).

    The High Lonesome will be followed by a folk/rock trio featuring John Meerts (Vice President for Finance and Administration) and Joanne Agostinelli (Director of User Services, ITS).

    Green Street is located at 51 Green Street. If you head down rte 66/Washington St. to Main St., turn left and walk two blocks. Green Street is on your right and the building is a large, 3-story brick place kitty-corner from the community herb garden.

    –Lex

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