October 29, 2016
Join Bovine Social Club for an intimate listening set, followed by a rousing set sure to get you up on the floor. And if you are so inspired by the season, break out your best costume in the theme of music. The band will offer a grand prize merch package for the best costume in the house. Who knows what else could happen?
Bred on the northern banks of the Delaware River, Bovine Social Club is a grassy, twangy, swinging breed of Americana sounds sure to get your dancing cow on. One wicked lineup of seasoned jam musicians backs the thoughtful lyrics of vocalist, philosopher, memoirist and former monk, Samuel Saint Thomas. The Bovines’ carefully crafted twangrass songs of longing, loving, picnicking, gardening, confessing, and making the days go slow have sure become something to moo about.
Produced by Railroad Earth’s Tim Carbone and happily fertilized by country, bluegrass, folk, rock, old time, Celtic and gospel vocabularies; their self titled debut charted at #7 on the Roots Charts and #37 on the International Americana charts. BSC is one of the fastest growing and most highly respected new Americana bands in the Northeast, sharing some of the finest festival and concert stages with some of the finest talent. Bovine Social Club continues to grow their musical family while each new performance becomes another great experience for their avid fans.
“Every now and then you discover a band that delivers the goods. This one puts everything away in the cupboards, washes the windows, breaks your heart, makes you smile, slaps you on the fanny, and tucks you into bed. With the worldgrass vibe of Railroad Earth, and a grittiness all of their own that’s nothing but real, Bovine Social Club is fun, fun, fun.” –Brian Robbins, Jambands.com
“BSC combines poetic mentality, deep grooves, A-list song writing, and a musical sense of humor that leaves you with that ‘what are they gonna do next good time feeling.’” –Lenny Bloch, WCBS, New York, New York
“Bovine Social Club created a backyard Brooklyn stage feel on Musikfest’s Liederplatz Stage with hip bluegrass with a folk rock edge. The sound of stand-up bass and fiddles rang through the Sun Inn courtyard.” –Tiffany Bentley, LehighValleyLive.com
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