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The Blind Owl Band: Live from the Garden at Stowe Cider, Stowe, VT

The Blind Owl Band is bringing their Freight Train String Music to The Garden! Climb aboard and get ready for a one-of-a-kind ride in Stowe 21+ Show. All attendees must present ID, no exceptions. Glass, pets, food, & outside alcohol are prohibited. All events are rain or shine. All dates, acts, and

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The Blind Owl Band: Live from the Garden at Stowe Cider, Stowe, VT

Time & Location

Jul 24, 2021, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Stowe, 17 Town Farm Ln, Stowe, VT 05672, USA

About the event

The Blind Owl Band is bringing their Freight Train String Music to The Garden! Climb aboard and get ready for a one-of-a-kind ride in Stowe

21+ Show. All attendees must present ID, no exceptions. Glass, pets, food, & outside alcohol are prohibited. All events are rain or shine. All dates, acts, and ticket prices are subject to change without notice. Tickets are non-refundable.

Key Event Info: ➼Doors Open: 5:30 pm ➼Show Kicks Off: 6:30 pm

➼21+ Show. All attendees must present ID, no exceptions. ➼Glass, pets, food, & outside alcohol are prohibited. ➼The event is rain or shine ➼All dates, acts, and ticket prices are subject to change without notice. Tickets are non-refundable.

About The Band: 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 reliance on digital processors, we're trying to expand the sound, to inspire use of wood and