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POSTPONED - Three Heads Brewing, Rochester, NY

POSTPONED The Blind Owl Band at Three Heads Brewing Rochester, NY Friday May 22nd, 2020 Show 8pm to 11pm $12.00 Adv / $15.00 Door The Blind Owl Band - Freight Train String Music - Saranac Lake, NY www.theblindowlband.com

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POSTPONED - Three Heads Brewing, Rochester, NY

Time & Location

May 22, 2020, 7:00 PM

Three Heads Brewing, 186 Atlantic Ave, Rochester, NY 14607, USA

About the event

FIRST SHOW OF 2020

The Blind Owl Band at Three Heads Brewing Rochester, NY

Friday May 22nd, 2020 Show 8pm to 11pm $12.00 Adv / $15.00 Door

The Blind Owl Band - Freight Train String Music - Saranac Lake, NY www.theblindowlband.com   Live Video   - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gz7bljLqUc   - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfTDhrIW0oE   Album Link   - https://open.spotify.com/album/2V0bs1vBG3FW0n4a3rEqa5?si=i-us4bVQQge_o_9bLUms9A

  Bio Hailing from Saranac Lake, NY, in the heart of the Adirondack mountains, The Blind Owl Band has been creating what they call Freight Train String Music since 2010. And a freight train it truly is. Although the quartet's sound is rooted in traditional stringed instruments (guitar, basses, banjo and mandolin), their music surges forward with the strength and power of a hundred-ton diesel locomotive. Songs barrel down the tracks with momentum and intensity normally found in much heavier, heavily amplified music. “Although we look like a bluegrass band we are not," explains co-founder Eric Munley (mandolin, vocals). "Collectively, we're a musical representation of the sounds floating around in our heads. We use the instruments of our ancestors, but play music of our time; we're influenced much more by all that has happened in the musical world over the past three decades than by what was created in the first three-quarters of the 20th Century." The Blind Owl Band builds on what they regard as a basic approach to traditional songwriting and arranging and push the envelope, stretching the limits of raw, acoustic instrumentation. Munley explains part of the band's mindset: "In a time of perfection and an increasing relian