"March" House Concert with Rare
“March” House Concert with Rare Spirits
Potluck/Doors 7:30pm | Music 8pm
About Rare Spirits
Frequent faces various stages at the Philadelphia Folk Festival, Rare Spirits serve up high-proof Roots music with verve, humor and aplomb. Sweet harmonies, rollicking rhythms, and an electrifying stage presence combine to sing songs of drinking, cheating, lying, stealing, shucking, jiving, killing, dying…and the occasional haunting. The band features Molly Hebert-Wilson on upright bass, Robare Pruyn on banjo and guitar, Noam Berg on mandolin and guitar, and Alex Bell on drums and percussion, each bringing their own special ingredient to the cocktail. They perform original songs, old time music with a twist, and a special set that tells the history of Prohibition through song and story, from the Whiskey Rebellion all the way up to repeal in ’33. Pour yourself a double shot, and come see where booze, bluegrass, old time, and rock n’ roll meet on the other side.
PFS and the hosts ask that guests act in a respectful manner and be considerate of the performers and other attendees–if you do not, you may be asked to leave by PFS staff or the hosts.
Advance registrations for this performance are REQUIRED.
Admission is free for PFS members and $10 for Advanced Tickets for non-members.
The event will be held at the Spear Residence. You will receive the exact address upon registering.
Please bring something to share! Potluck at 7:30pm, music at 8:00pm.
(Thursday) 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm