Ken & Brad Kolodner + Special Guests- Video Premiere!

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Ken & Brad Kolodner + Special Guests- Video Premiere!

Youtube Premiere of Two Unique Concerts Filmed at Creative Alliance

SAT MAY 9 | 8PM
$5- $50

Join us for the debut livestream of two exceptional concerts filmed and beautifully edited by Julia Golonka from Ken & Brad Koldner with special guests. Your donation gives you access to BOTH concerts, streamed back to back. 

First up, we travel way back to year 2018 when Ken & Brad hosted our Fiery Fiddles Showcase. This set of music (35 min. in length) features Ken & Brad along with Rachel Eddy (fiddle & guitar), and Alex Lacquement (double bass).

Then, we visit those easy-livin’ days of 2019 when Ken & Brad hosted our first ever Baltimore Old Time Music Festival. This set from the kickoff concert (30 min. in length) features Rachel Eddy on fiddle as well as Lucas Chohany on guitar.

TICKET BUYERS WILL RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL WITH A DIRECT LINK TO WATCH THIS DEBUT. DIDNT GET AN EMAIL WITH A LINK?

EMAIL JOSH@CREATIVEALLIANCE.ORG 

 

Donation tiers:

$5 - Keep the music alive

$10 - Twin Fiddles

$15 - Whiskey Before Breakfast

$20 - Jack of Diamonds

$50 - Sally Goodin

 

About Ken & Brad:

The dynamic father-son team Ken & Brad Kolodner weave together a captivating soundscape on hammered dulcimer and clawhammer banjo blurring the lines of old time, bluegrass, and American roots music. Regarded as one of the most influential hammered dulcimer players in North America, Baltimore’s Ken Kolodner has joined forces with his son Brad, a renowned clawhammer banjo player. They've sculpted their own brand of driving, innovative, tasteful acoustic roots music with a “creative curiosity that lets all listeners know that a passion for traditional music thrives in every generation.” The hypnotizing groove of the percussive hammered dulcimer and rhythmic clawhammer banjo is the core of their sound. They are joined by bassist Alex Lacquement who locks everything together with his commanding presence and the dynamic multi-instrumentalist Rachel Eddy on fiddle and guitar. The quartet won 1st place in the Neo-Traditional Band Contest at the Appalachian Stringband Festival in the summer of 2019. They released their fourth studio album "Stony Run" in March 2020.

SAT MAY 9 | 8pm

 

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