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The Grand Social

The Grand Social

35 Lower Liffey Street,
Dublin 1

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Friday 6th December - S-FILE + DOUG COONEY // GND EP LAUNCH

DJ and producer S-File is recognised as one of the proponents of
contemporary techno. Widely associated with iconic trademarks including GND Records, S-File stays true to his roots by consistently innovating his interpretation of electronic music, integrating art with the scene. As a passionate DJ, S-File inspire his listeners with sounds both reduced and rough, balanced by surprising moments throughout his sets. Between pure Techno, banging House tracks old and new of the past 30 years.

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  • In 1994 S-File began his career as a DJ and also his career as a radio DJ with his own radio show. The show reflected the current tracks of the international House and Techno scene. Parallel, S-File starts with his own events. Additionally, S-File also runs GND Records, a label founded in June 2011. GND build up their reputation after the last years with their quality of releases. GND signed many artists for own releases and remixes, like David Carretta, Mark Broom, Turbo Turbo, Ben Long, Paul Mac, Electric Rescue, The Hacker, Vin Sol, Matrixxman, Shadow Dancer and lots more.

    Releases on:

    ▪️Intacto
    ▪️On Edge Society
    ▪️Nervous Records
    ▪️OFF Recordings
    ▪️GND Records
    ▪️Black Traxx Series

    Own Monthly Radio Show: RTE 2FM Ireland's biggest and national Radio Station!

    ◾️DOUG COONEY

    Doug has cultivated his knowledge of Techno music over many years. Doug's passion for this craft runs deep and his DJ sets span the full spectrum of Techno, past and present. His style and attention to detail have earned him warm up sets for many of his Techno heroes, with Dave Clarke, James Ruskin, UVB and Abstract Division to name a few. As well as numerous international bookings including a recent trip to the Tresor Club in Berlin for the New Faces night being a recent highlight. Doug brings a similarly tireless ethos to his own productions, which blend classic analogue synthesis with contemporary digital sound design.

    Since completing a masters degree in music technology Doug has released on labels such as ORBIS, ORGONE, Bastardo Eléctrico, EFR alongside RLSD Records his own imprint laying a strong foundation for his future in music. His productions has received support from Ben Sims, Luke Slater, Rodhad, KR!Z, and Answer Code Request. Doug’s tracks have been remixed by Binny, Lee Holman and Dystopian records Jon Hester, proving his calibre in the international arena.

    Doug is also the driving force behind Real Sound an independent music school for aspiring producers and DJs in Dublin. Real Sound provides workshops and showcases for those hoping to learn the craft of electronic music, within the laid back and straightforward environment Doug insists on with all he does. Doug is a part of a strong team at BIFE DJ & Music Production Techniques Tutor working alongside Sunil Sharpe & Defekt (Tinfoil) investing in the future generations of Irish Electronic music and further developing his craft in great company.

    Record Labels:

    ▪️Orbis
    ▪️RLSD
    ▪️Bastardo
    ▪️Electrics
    ▪️Research
    ▪️EFR

    Site & Social Media:

    ResidentAdvisor: ​https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/dougcooney

    SoundCloud: ​https://soundcloud.com/dougcooney

    Facebook:​https://www.facebook.com/dougcooneymusic/

    Twitter:​https://twitter.com/dougcooneymusic
    Real //

    Real // Sound Ireland: ​http://realsound.ie/

    Also on the night we have abundance of homegrown talent including CABN & Solitude residents!

    [THE LOFT][CABN COLLECTIVE]

    ▪️S-FILE [NERVOUS RECORDS] ▪️DOUG COONEY [GND RECORDS
    ▪️ARMED RESPONSE UNIT [OFF-GRID] ▪️SHANNEN BLESSING [COMMON GROUND] [THE GARDEN][SOLITUDE]

    ▪️NATHAN JENNINGS [SOLITUDE] ▪️RYAN CLANCY [CABN] ▪️LUKE GREEN [SOLITUDE] ▪️PADDY FITSPATRICK [SMALL TALK]

Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 8pm  Admission: €10  - Get Tickets
Saturday 7th December - DME Presents- ACID REIGN

DME By Arrangement With K2 Presents - Acid Reign - Plus Guests. The Grand Social, Dublin, Sat 7th December 2019, 7pm - 18+ - €17.50 inc bkg fee from www.ticketmaster.ie & outlets nationwide, www.tickets.ie & Sound Cellar www.dme-promotions.com
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 8pm  Admission: €17.50  - Get Tickets

Sunday 8th December - Hot Snakes - Umack & The Grand Social Present

Hot Snakes - Jericho Sirens. Sunday December 8th, Tickets €25 + €1.50 sc
Swami John Reis and Rick Froberg have been making noises together since high school. In 1986 it was the post-hardcore chime of Pitchfork. In 1991 it was the sprawling, multi-faceted arrangements of Drive Like Jehu. In 1999 it was the lean, mean swagger of Hot Snakes. Reis and Froberg are responsible for some of the most turbulent rock and roll of their, or any, generation. Hot Snakes streamlined Jehu’s complex compositions and emerged as bona fide downstroke warlords. They made 3 studio albums of high-velocity, slash-your-face, piss-punk: 2000’s Automatic Midnight, 2002’s Suicide Invoice and 2004’s Audit in Progress. The band ceased activity in 2005 but reunited for a triumphant world tour in 2011, planting the seeds for what has cum.

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  • Now, after a 14-year hiatus from the studio, Hot Snakes have kicked down the door back into our lives with their new album, Jericho Sirens, due out March 16 from Sub Pop. Fresh, warm piss, bottled and sold as lube.

    “I considered stopping playing guitar on a social media poll after I completely mastered the instrument," Reis says. “But so many people kept sending me letters and voicemail messages, asking me at the dry cleaners, or the butcher shop to bring back Hot Snakes. They were missing rock and roll music. I’ve always considered Hot Snakes to be more in the vein of the proto-Vog movement of the early ‘70s. But to these people, this is their rock ‘n’ roll. I understand that. I totally understand people's desire to be controlled and humiliated by my guitar. Anyone can play the stupid guitar. What they want is for me to use it as a branding iron."

    The new album blasts out of the speakers with the furious “I Need a Doctor,” inspired by Froberg’s experience needing a doctor's note in order to miss an important work function. “Yeah, I had to be quick on my feet," says Rick. "Luckily a friend had a stack of stationary from Planned Parenthood and I used that to forge a note relieving me of my obligation to go to a really lame Christmas party at a karaoke joint.”

    Throughout Jericho Sirens, Froberg commiserates with the frustration and torrential apathy that seems to be a fixture in our daily lives, while also reminding us that we have no fucking clue. “Songs like ‘Death Camp Fantasy’ and ‘Jericho Sirens’ are about that,” he says. “No matter where you look, there’re always people saying the world’s about to end. Every movie is a disaster movie. I’m super fascinated by it. It is hysterical, and it’s a self-fulfilling prophecy. It snowballs, like feedback, or my balls on the windshield.”

    Musically, the album incorporates the most extreme fringes of the Hot Snakes sound (the vein-bulging, 78-second “Why Don’t It Sink In?” the manic, Asian Blues on speed of “Having Another?”), while staying true to longstanding influences such as the Wipers, Dead Moon, Michael Jackson, and Suicide on propulsive tracks such as “Six Wave Hold-Down,” one of the first songs written for the project during a Mummer Parade 2017 session in Philadelphia. Other moments like the choruses of “Jericho Sirens” and “Psychoactive” nod to Status Quo and AC/DC with Froberg admitting, “I still flip bird and ride my BMX on top of cop cars.”

    “My muse was love. It sounds like panic and chaos,” Reis says. “Restlessness and unease. That’s a sound that I would ask for. I want that record. The inspiration would be simple, maybe even kind of straightforward. Very early rock ‘n’ roll DNA with lots of rules. I would find some note or rhythm in it that captivated me and I dwelled on it and bent it. That's where I found dissonance. Bending and rubbing against each other uncomfortably. Marinate and refine. A lot of the other Hot Snakes records always had tension and release, but this one is mainly just tension.”

    Jericho Sirens was recorded in short bursts over the past year, mostly in San Diego and Philadelphia with longtime bassist Gar Wood, Jason Kourkounis and Mario Rubalcaba, both of whom drummed on prior Hot Snakes releases but never on the same one. For Reis, reactivating his creative partnership with Froberg was one of the most rewarding aspects of the process: “Our perspectives are similar. Our tastes are similar. He is my family. And what more is there to say? My favorite part of making this record was hearing him find his voice and direction for this record. I came hard."

    In tandem with a full back catalog reissue series and the new album, Hot Snakes will return to the road in 2018 to incinerate the villages, and they’re already looking ahead to more music. Says Gar Wood, “There're already 2 more records written and recorded. We wanted to come out with this one using the more mainstream sounding stuff to give people a chance to catch up.”

Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 8pm  Admission: €25 + €1.50 sc  - Get Tickets
Monday 9th December - Jazz Jam Mondays

Join us every Monday for the explosive Jazz Jam. Each week we have some of the hottest jazz players in the country get together and go off like a firecracker on the 4th of July. Become one of the lucky listeners and jump onto the exploration of the world of great jazz. The best part is there is no cost to be in the circle of fifths. Players come early!
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 8pm  Admission: FREE

Tuesday 10th December - Open Mic - Tuesday's

OPEN MIC - Every Tuesday! - Guitar provided - We're hosting an open mic night every Tuesday in The Grand Social, come and play some tunes for us! Guitar is provided and admission is free of charge, so come hang out with us and fellow performers!
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 7pm  Admission: FREE

Thursday 12th December - Hannah Williams & The Affirmations- “50 FOOT OF WOMAN TOUR”

Hannah Williams, the British soul hurricane who sensationally became part of Jay-Zs chart-topping 4:44 album, is primed and ready for her own national and international breakthrough. Williams turned heads worldwide when the hip-hop superstar sampled her heart-stopping vocals on 'Late Nights & Heartbreak' for the title track, ‘4.44’ on his 2017 album. Now Hannah and her exemplary, Bristol-based band the Affirmations deliver a definitive career statement with the drop-dead soulful new album 50 Foot Woman which will be released October 18th on the Milan based imprint Record Kicks.

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  • The album captures all of the visceral power of the band's increasingly legendary live performances. Shades of classic Soul and Psychedelic Funk blend uniquely with modern-day flavours on a record destined to set the soul agenda for 2019 and far beyond. “I've never been as proud of anything in my entire career” says Hannah. Born in High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, William's father was a musically gifted minister, and her mother let her join the church choir at the age of six. Hannah could read music before she could properly read words, and when she discovered soul by listening with her mum to Motown and Bill Withers, there was no turning back. After a 2012 debut with her previous band the Tastemakers, it was 2016&'s Late Nights & Heartbreak that announced the arrival of Hannah Williams and the Affirmations. But little did she know that Jay-Z was listening. One day, at her then-day job running the music department at the University of Winchester, he sent her a text. Once she'd established that it wasn't a wind-up, and summoned the courage to call him back, she learned that JayZ's producer, No I.D., had played him Hannah's track to inspire his response to Beyoncé's Lemonade, on which she sang of his infidelities. Williams was as in the dark about how Late Nights amp; Heartbreak's; would be used until 4:44 dropped. But the substantial sample of her voice opened doors she never dreamed of. “It was an incredible catalyst,” she says, “as a change in our collective career, and getting a global audience. Suddenly, there were millions of predominantly American hip-hop fans listening to my voice, going Is this from the 60's? Is she dead?” What followed was a year of the band's widest-ever touring including an invitation to perform at Central Park Summer Stage NY, Toronto Jazz Festival and Brooklyn Bowl NY and expanded audiences in continental Europe where she and the Affirmations had already made a mark. Then came the burning determination to make the record of their lives. The captivating 50 Foot Woman is that album, produced by Shawn Lee, a respected presence on the funk/soul scene whose credits include Amy Winehouse, Lana Del Rey and Alicia Keys. Lee has released five solo albums as Shawn Lee’s Ping Pong Orchestra on San Francisco label Ubiquity Records and is also one half of the cool melodic pop duo Young Gun Silver Fox. Now the world will hear what the cognoscenti have known for a while: that Hannah Williams is the real deal, and sings from her very soul. “I feel like my performance comes from my solar plexus,” she says. “The emotional side of it is so intrinsic; I can't take it away from what I do.”

    Hannah Williams & The Affirmations are:

    Hannah Williams – Main Vocal

    James Graham – Wurlitzer, Piano, Organ

    Adam Newton – Bass

    Adam Holgate – Guitar

    Jai Widdowson-Jones – Drums, Percussion

    Victoria Klewin – Backing Vocals

    Hannah Nicholson – Backing Vocals

    Liam Treasure – Trombone

    Tom Taylor – Baritone Saxophone

Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 7.30pm  Admission: €18  - Get Tickets
Saturday 14th December - Torche - Demented Promotions Presents

Demented Promotions Presents Torche Saturday, December 14th The Grand Social 7.30pm Tickets €22 incl bkg fee
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 7.30pm  Admission: €22 incl bkg fee  - Get Tickets

Monday 16th December - Jazz Jam Mondays

Join us every Monday for the explosive Jazz Jam. Each week we have some of the hottest jazz players in the country get together and go off like a firecracker on the 4th of July. Become one of the lucky listeners and jump onto the exploration of the world of great jazz. The best part is there is no cost to be in the circle of fifths. Players come early!
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 8pm  Admission: FREE

Tuesday 17th December - Paro Pablo - EP Launch 'Never Known Love'

Paro Pablo - EP Launch 'Never Known Love' Plus Special guest to be announced
Featuring: Willa Lee | Jah1 X FMC | snook general | Uppbeat | aaron j | rem3dy | dubzeno | alicia raye | mango x mathman | FT. MoK on the decks
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 7.30pm  Admission: €8.85 - Get Tickets

Tuesday 17th December - Open Mic - Tuesday's

OPEN MIC - Every Tuesday! - Guitar provided - We're hosting an open mic night every Tuesday in The Grand Social, come and play some tunes for us! Guitar is provided and admission is free of charge, so come hang out with us and fellow performers!
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 7pm  Admission: FREE

Friday 20th December - John Corabi - Motley Crue : Unplugged

John Corabi - Acoustic Winter Tour
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 7pm  Admission: €25 - Get Tickets

Friday 20th December - Obscure Presents: Diehard 5.0 w/ Mark Laird, Purple Ice & LPM

Obscure presents Mark Laird, LPM and Purple Ice along with loads of local talent in The Grand Social on Friday the 20th of December. The Obscure Collective aims to bring you Techno/House and Disco nights in intimate surroundings. We will be having our sixth event on the 20th of December and are delighted to welcome Mark Laird, Purple Ice and LPM down to The Grand Social for it.
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 11pm  Admission: €5.85 - €13.66 - Get Tickets

Saturday 21st December - Fin Divilly " Liffey Street Album Launch "

Fin Divilly will perform his first solo album 'Liffey Street' along with new unreleased material with his brothers Bangers & Cash.
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 7.30pm  Admission: €12 - Get Tickets

Monday 23rd December - Jazz Jam Mondays

Join us every Monday for the explosive Jazz Jam. Each week we have some of the hottest jazz players in the country get together and go off like a firecracker on the 4th of July. Become one of the lucky listeners and jump onto the exploration of the world of great jazz. The best part is there is no cost to be in the circle of fifths. Players come early!
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 8pm  Admission: FREE

Saturday 28th December - Mack Fleetwood Xmas Special

Join the briiliant Mack Fleetwood for a very special, intimate Xmas show in The Grand Social on Saturday December 28th. Playing all the classic Mac hits and the greatest album treacks, this 2 hours 30 mins show is gauranteed to raise the roof as you sing and dance along to some of the greatest music ever performed!
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 8pm  Admission: €19.80 - Get Tickets

Monday 30th December - Jazz Jam Mondays

Join us every Monday for the explosive Jazz Jam. Each week we have some of the hottest jazz players in the country get together and go off like a firecracker on the 4th of July. Become one of the lucky listeners and jump onto the exploration of the world of great jazz. The best part is there is no cost to be in the circle of fifths. Players come early!
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 8pm  Admission: FREE

Tuesday 31st December - Open Mic - Tuesday's

OPEN MIC - Every Tuesday! - Guitar provided - We're hosting an open mic night every Tuesday in The Grand Social, come and play some tunes for us! Guitar is provided and admission is free of charge, so come hang out with us and fellow performers!
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 7pm  Admission: FREE

Monday 6th January - Jazz Jam Mondays

Join us every Monday for the explosive Jazz Jam. Each week we have some of the hottest jazz players in the country get together and go off like a firecracker on the 4th of July. Become one of the lucky listeners and jump onto the exploration of the world of great jazz. The best part is there is no cost to be in the circle of fifths. Players come early!
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 8pm  Admission: FREE

Friday 10th January - Train Room

Train Room is the brainchild of Balla songwriter, musician and producer Joe Monaghan. Train Room’s first gig, at Dublin’s showcase Hard Working Class Heroes Festival last October, and debut EP Delicate Bones, brought the band’s distinctive sound to general attention and significant interest. Joe, who has been honing his musical skills recording demos for the past seven or eight years (in his studio in Balla), cites musical influences as broad as Wilco, Whipping Boy, Stereo Mcs, and Neil Young.

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  • Song 'Horizons' was featured on Mayo.ie international campaign in 2018 and has been viewed over 2 million times worldwide via you tube.

    As of March 2019 Train Room signed a three album record deal with Swedish independent label Ninetone Records( Universal AB). Debut single 'Talons' will be released on April 5th and Album out in November 2019. FIrst gig of the year will be at Claermorris folk festival. Train Room will tour in January 2020 with a 5 piece band. Since signing record deal Train Room will release Debut single 'This this' will be released on June 21st.

    Album chalked down for release in April 2020

    “Train Room is full of variety, beautiful musicianship and sublime vocals... Delicate Bones is a quality debut.” - Ceol Caint

    "It’s early days yet for Monaghan but one to keep an eye on". - Irish Times

    "Powerful songs"- Hotpress

    "Train Room has a quiet poignancy that immediately brings to mind a great Hemingway novel. Irish singer-songwriter Joe Monaghan has the ability to paint haunting vivid stories with his crafted lyrics and compelling voice. It's always gratifying when I stumble upon an artist like Train Room and equally gratifying sharing the discovery with others. Listen to the songs "Horizon" and "The Lives of Others " ... I think you'll agree". Sheryl Zelikson ( Former Senior Music Producer for David Letterman The Late Show )

    https://www.facebook.com/trainroommusic

    https://www.breakingtunes.com/trainroom

    https://open.spotify.com/artist/6PKmluacFfP0KHW1d2pOeO

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrbMW5o2vFL-b0HKytTj18Q

Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 7.30pm  Admission: €11 - Get Tickets
Friday 17th January - Tyler Childers - SOLD OUT

Like many great Southern storytellers, singer-songwriter Tyler Childers has fallen in love with a place. The people, landmarks and legendary moments from his childhood home of Lawrence County, Kentucky, populate the 10 songs in his formidable debut, Purgatory, an album that’s simultaneously modern and as ancient as the Appalachian Mountains in which events unfold.

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  • The album, co-produced by Grammy Award winners Sturgill Simpson and David Ferguson, is a semiautobiographical sketch of Childers’ growth from wayward youth to happily married man, told in the tradition of a Southern gothic novel with a classic noir antihero who may just be irredeemable. Purgatory is a chiaroscuro painting with darkness framing light in high relief. There’s catharsis and redemption. Sin and temptation. Murder and deceit. Demons and angels. Moonshine and cocaine. So much moonshine and cocaine. All played out on the large, colorful canvas of Eastern Kentucky. Childers had been searching for a certain sound for his debut album for years as he honed his craft, and was finding it elusive when his friend, drummer Miles Miller, introduced him to Simpson, the Grammy Award-winning musician and fellow Kentuckian. Childers sent Simpson a group of his songs, then went to visit him in Nashville.

    “And he said, ‘There’s this sound. I know what you’re trying to get at, the mountain sound,’” Childers recalled. “’So I asked, ‘What are you doing?’”

    Intrigued, Simpson enlisted the aid of Ferguson, the Grammy Award winning sound engineer. They assembled a band that included multi-instrumentalists Stuart Duncan, Michael J. Henderson and Russ Pahl, bassist Michael Bub and Miller on drums, of course, and helped Childers make a debut album of consequence that announces an authentic new voice.

    “I was writing an album about being in the mountains,” Childers said. “I wanted it to have that gritty mountain sound. But at the same time, I wanted a more modern version of it that a younger generation can listen to—the people I grew up with, something I’d want to listen to.”

    Tyler Childers will play the Grand Social on Friday January 19 th 2020 with tickets from €17.45 on sale

    Friday 26th July from 10am.

    18+

Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 8pm  Admission: SOLD OUT
Sunday 19th January - THE BOULET BROTHERS DRAGULA - SEASON 3

Meet & Greet + Show - Meet & Greet with the full cast of queens & The Boulet Brothers + entry to the show. €80 | General Admission - Entry to The Boulet Brothers Dragula show. €25
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 6pm  Admission: €25 - €80   Get Tickets

Monday 20th January - Jazz Jam Mondays

Join us every Monday for the explosive Jazz Jam. Each week we have some of the hottest jazz players in the country get together and go off like a firecracker on the 4th of July. Become one of the lucky listeners and jump onto the exploration of the world of great jazz. The best part is there is no cost to be in the circle of fifths. Players come early!
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 8pm  Admission: FREE

Wednesday 22nd January - Bruno Major - SOLD OUT

Bruno Major live at The Grand Social
Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 8pm  Admission: SOLD OUT  Get Tickets

Thursday 30th January - Daughter of Swords

Tickets €12.50 available now from Ticketmaster. Aiken Promotions proudly presents Daughter of Swords, live at The Grand Social, 30th. January 2020. Tickets €12.50 available from Ticketmaster.
In 2017, Alexandra Sauser-Monnig began recording a set of songs about a breakup that had yet to happen. Her partnership had drifted into a comfortable state of indecision, stalling when it came time to make big life moves or chase new horizons. She had the sense that she needed to slip the relationship in order to pursue everything else life might have in store—more music, more adventures, a general sense of the unknown. Those feelings drifted steadily into a set of songs that lamented the inevitable loss but, more important, outlined the promise of the future. Recording the ten tracks that became her stunning solo debut, Dawnbreaker, under the new name Daughter of Swords gave Sauser-Monnig permission to go.

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  • Dawnbreaker began as the first phase of Sauser-Monnig’s return to music after stepping to the sidelines for the better part of a decade. Her college trio, Mountain Man, rose to quick acclaim for their peerless harmonies around 2010, but the friends slowly drifted apart, following their own interests to different coasts and concerns. While working on a flower farm as a farmhand, though, Sauser-Monnig realized that she missed the emotional articulation she found in writing songs and singing them and resolved to start again. She pieced together an album just as Mountain Man—now newly gathered in the fertile Piedmont of North Carolina—began to regroup for its second LP, 2018’s aptly named Magic Ship. Working with Sylvan Esso’s Nick Sanborn, Sauser-Monnig shaped what began as quiet reflections into confident compositions, crackling with country swagger and a sparkling pop warmth. They were, after all, preemptive odes to the next phase of life. There’s no better testament than “Shining Woman,” where Sauser-Monnig portrays a ropy woman navigating her “steel steed” up and down the bends and passes of California’s fabled Highway 1. She openly marvels at that spirit and strength, wishing that for her own life. With Dawnbreaker, she has found it in some measure—the joy of something new, the excitement of risk. Though Sauser-Monnig nearly recorded these songs as barebones folk ballads, she reimagined them with Sanborn and a top-tier crew of North Carolina friends, like fellow Mountain Man singers Amelia Meath and Molly Sarlé, bandleader Phil Cook, and guitarist Ryan Gustafson. These vivid settings highlight the emotional contours of these songs, revealing the complexity that comes with knowing that, in order to live, you sometimes have to let something as strong as love go. That is the lesson of Dawnbreaker, an intimate document of what it means to set oneself free.

Venue: The Grand Social  Doors: 7pm  Admission: €12.50 - Get Tickets

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