Nettle Honey

Thursday, March 25th
8pm No Cover
Fort George Brewery
1483 Duane St.-Astoria

Touring from Seattle, Washington are Nettle Honey playing at the Fort George Brewery and Public House. Nettle Honey plays high energy old-time and bluegrass influenced originals as well as traditional songs and fiddle tunes. They have been playing together for four years but have recently started to get a little more serious with touring and in the last year have begun playing more shows in Seattle venues as well as The Bainbridge Island Bluegrass Festival, the Folklife Festival and the Green Frog Acoustic Tavern in Bellingham. They have also been swept up by the growing Northwest old-time community and are active in the newly formed Seattle Subversive Squaredance Society. Nettle Honey’s traditional line-up of guitar, banjo, fiddle, upright bass makes them at home in old-time and bluegrass venues, yet their original songs depart from traditional structure and lyrics. Nettle Honey have played with rock/indie/new folk bands such as the Train Wreck Riders, The Raggedy Anns, and Paper Bird. The band takes stage on Thursday, March 25th at 8pm with no cover. Get your seat early.

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