The HillBenders Present: WhoGrass

Thursday, November 04
Doors: | 8pm // Show: | 8pm
$22 to $25

The HillBenders Present: WhoGrass
www.hillbenders.com

Thursday, November 4, 2021
Doors at 6pm for Reserved Seating
Doors at 7pm for General Admission
Show at 8pm

18+ or accompanied by legal guardian

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*Must show proof of vaccination or negative PCR test within 48 hours of show, upon entry*

ABOUT:
The HillBender’s WhoGrass show is a chronological journey of The Who’s legendary catalog through the wood and wire of bluegrass instrumentation. Framed as a follow-up to The HillBenders 2015 acoustic interpretation of The Who’s TOMMY, WhoGrass now gives the audience a career spanning twist on one of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s greatest bands. From the early hits all the way through The Who’s discography and even a peek into Pete Townshend’s solo career, the rolling banjo, intense dobro percussion, and thunderous vocals have even the biggest Who fan pumping their fist and singing along!

The HillBenders formed in April of 2008, and still tours with the original lineup The HillBenders took to Performing Arts venues, festivals and clubs all over the US by storm in 2015 with their critically-acclaimed “Tommy: A Bluegrass Opry.” They followed up the Tommy tour with a year of successful dates joining Keller Williams for “PettyGrass.” (Tom Petty hits)

2021 will find The HillBenders continuing their firmly established presence as one of the most energetic and engaging progressive acoustic bands with their hit laden “WhoGrass” show, as well as outstanding original music from their fourth studio album, appropriately and eponymously titled “The HillBenders.”

Regardless of which show The HillBenders present, or a mash up of all of them, they deliver a perfect mix of virtuoso musicianship and rock star vocals. They are one of the few bluegrass groups that recognize their ability to bridge the gap between the common music consumer and the bluegrass genre, selecting material that defies any hillbilly stigmas.