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      November 15, 2019

      Friday   7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

      18 East Main Street
      Earlville, New York 13332

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      Nate Gross Live at the Earlville Opera House

      Visit the Earlville Opera House on Friday, November 15 to get a listen to the fantastic guitarist, Nate Gross! Tickets cost $15 for Non-Members, and $13 for Members. Don't forget that Youth 17 and under only pay $10, and college students pay 1/2 off general admission pricing! Call us at 315-691-3550 or visit our website, www.earlvilleoperahouse.com to reserve yours today!

      There are so many great guitar players out there today. We have the world at our fingertips and have access to every learning resource we can imagine, but what is skill without soul?

      Nate Gross is an old soul. At 35 years old, he has accomplished great success in the industry playing the styles that have been set aside as a new generation of pop music takes over our ears.

      The Blues, Jazz, Traditional Country, R&B, Americana. All these elements make up the musical landscape of the 20th century, but seem to be lost until now. Nate Gross fuses these styles together like a cross country trip down route 66.

      From an audience of over 30,000 people at the Taste of Country Music Festival to touring up and down the east coast, Nate has played for some of the best audiences a musician can hope for. Sharing the stage with Walter Trout, Dickey Betts, Anders Osbourne, Honey Island Swamp Band, Willie Nelson, Joe Louis Walker, Victor Wainwright, Popa Chubby, JD Simo, Jason Ricci, JJ Appleton, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Big Sams Funky Nation, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, Commander Cody, The Kentucky Headhunters, Blackberry Smoke, and many more, Nate has paid his dues.

      Special thanks to our hospitality sponsors Fred’s Inn of Norwich, NY and the Poolville Country Store and B&B, Poolville, NY.

      NEW: Make it an evening out and receive 20% off dinner at Poolville Country Store by presenting your EOH show ticket, or receive 10% off your show ticket by presenting your Poolville dinner receipt at the Box Office! Call the Poolville Country Store at 315-691-2677 for dinner reservations!

      Show your ticket at the Huff Brau and receive the happy hour drink rate on your first drink after the show!

      The Earlville Opera House is located at 18 East Main Street in the quaint Village of Earlville, NY 13332. Tickets can be purchased online at www.earlvilleoperahouse.com, or by calling (315) 691-3550.

      EOH events are made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and through the generosity of EOH members.
      After Holly Hanson wrote "Lighthouse Keeper" to help her boys with home school lessons, she decided they should live in a lighthouse. For an entire week, they were the keepers of an island lighthouse off the coast of Newport, Rhode Island. Steve Hayes is the other half of this personable Contemporary Folk duo, contributing his own well-crafted songs, as well as some damn good guitar work. They offer music in a down-to-earth style that is so good the prestigious Great American Song Contest called their "Fly Fishing the Big Hole" ". . . vivid, focused and engaging," and added, "It's a pleasure to hear songs of this caliber."

      Holly's light soprano blends perfectly with Steve's warm tenor. Vibrant lyrics and compelling melodies nestle in inviting arrangements, telling us stories rich in detail, from a miner's life in "A Blue Sky Turned to Rust," to "Emily Dickinson," told with lyrics as beautiful as the poet's work. "Saugerties, New York" uses this charming town as the backdrop to a romantic weekend at a lighthouse where you have to time your arrival so the tides will be out. The title cut of their most recent release, The 45th Parallel, is an engaging road song. With a laid-back feel of guitars, bass, and harmonies, you can envision that broken white line slip by as they sing: "The moon it glows like embers in the branches of the pines / In this small town in September on this parallel line." The 45th Parallel is their third album. They are currently composing songs for their fourth.

      Their unique name comes from the true story of a clipper ship captained by Mary Patten. In 1857, despite being pregnant, caring for her sick husband, and fighting off mutiny from the first mate, Mary successfully navigated the ship, Neptune's Car, around Cape Horn to San Francisco.

      Steve comes from a musical family, from a grandfather who played guitar, banjo, and ukulele, to his brother, a founding member of Old Crow Medicine Show. He's an award-winning guitar player; from his first gig at age thirteen, to his twelve-year association with Holly, he's played all kinds of music including rock, country, jazz, funk, blues, and, of course, folk. Holly played music all through school, then took a twenty-year hiatus to raise her kids. She started writing music for her children's lessons – "In the Blue Room" (Letters from the Road), grew out of a lesson about the constellations. After a successful open-mike appearance, she jumped back into performing. You can hear several influences in Steve and Holly's music, from vivid story songs like John Prine's, to intricate guitar work inspired by Tony Rice.

      Whether they're playing an intimate house concert or on the main stage at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, you'll love their welcoming presence and song variety. They've shared the stage with Archie Fisher, Bill Staines, David Mallett, and many others. Their songs have charted on the Folk-DJ list – in 2015, The 45th Parallel was number twenty on the CD chart; quite impressive when you realize DJs receive hundreds of CDs a year. Public radio's popular Car Talk has featured their songs on four episodes.
      If you're looking for watertight harmonies, tasty guitar, and solid songs, look no further than Neptune's Car. You might want to check the nearest lighthouse, too.

      Special thanks to our hospitality sponsors Fred’s Inn of Norwich, NY and the Poolville Country Store and B&B, Poolville, NY.

      NEW: Make it an evening out and receive 20% off dinner at Poolville Country Store by presenting your EOH show ticket, or receive 10% off your show ticket by presenting your Poolville dinner receipt at the Box Office! Call the Poolville Country Store at 315-691-2677 for dinner reservations!

      Show your ticket at the Huff Brau and receive the happy hour drink rate on your first drink after the show!

      The Earlville Opera House is located at 18 East Main Street in the quaint Village of Earlville, NY 13332. Tickets can be purchased online at www.earlvilleoperahouse.com, or by calling (315) 691-3550.

      EOH events are made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and through the generosity of EOH members.

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