Harvester Outdoors w/The Hackensaw Boys & Cruz Contreras RESCHEDULED
- When: Friday, Oct 9, 2020 7:30 PM (Doors open at 6:30 PM)
- Ticket Price: $22.00 - $26.00
- Door Time: 6:30 PM
- Show Type: Americana
A few weeks ago (when our team was in the planning stages for this) numbers of COVID were down, places were re-opening, and it looked promising as venues were booking live music again. Now with COVID numbers drastically rising, we have no choice to cancel our July 9th show and reschedule it to Friday,October 9. Please hold your tickets for the new date and we'll bring you a show that you won't forget. We can't wait to be playing for you all. We are sorry for any inconvenience and we’ll be back out there touring as soon as it’s safe for all.
$26 day of show (if available)
with Special Guest Cruz Contreras
The Hackensaw Boys
For touring musicians, the road is a harsh mistress. It takes an iron will to survive and a hard-headed love for music so deeply ingrained that the mere thought of a missed gig makes you nauseous. For 17 years, the Hackensaw Boys have plowed the asphalt, bringing their raw, gritty version of American roots music to the venues and streets that originally inspired them. Born in Virginia, along the same routes as fellow road warriors/street buskers Old Crow Medicine Show, the Hackensaw Boys have at times operated more as a collective than a band, sometimes boasting up to twenty members. What’s kept them together is a burning hot vision of American roots music brought kicking and screaming into a new age, fueled as much by a rowdy punk spirit as by the traditional masters that first inspired them. Now with their new album, Charismo (April 15, 2016 on Free Dirt Records)–their first studio album in almost a decade–the Hackensaw Boys have a new lineup and a new lease on life. Led by founding member, guitarist and songwriter David Sickmen, they’re back on the road with new songs, determined to get their fans back on the dancefloors they remember so well.
Multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, songwriter, and producer Cruz Contreras has roots in Tennessee and Michigan, but has impacted Americana music worldwide.
The frontman, founder, and driving force behind The Black Lillies’ raw and rootsy sound also co-founded Robinella and the CCstringband, and has collaborated with musicians ranging from John Oates and Jim Lauderdale to Langhorne Slim and The Turnpike Troubadours. Cruz’s projects have topped both the Billboard and Americana radio charts, won Independent Music Awards, and been nominated for the Americana Music Association’s Emerging Artist of the Year award.
Cruz has appeared on nationally broadcast television including Late Night with Conan O’Brien, CMT, VH-1, GAC, Bluegrass Underground and PBS Television’s Sun Studio Sessions. His music has been lauded by outlets as diverse as American Songwriter Magazine, Rolling Stone, NPR’s Morning Edition and Vanity Fair, among others. Contreras is currently at work on his debut solo album, to be released Spring 2020.