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Sat, Nov 11


Pittsburgh Winery @ The Cellar

Buffalo Rose


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Buffalo Rose
Buffalo Rose

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Nov 11, 2023, 8:00 PM

Pittsburgh Winery @ The Cellar, 2809 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, USA

About the event

Buffalo Rose is a charismatic six-piece modern folk/Americana band from  Pittsburgh, PA. They take the singer-songwriter tradition to a new level  by crafting original songs which are emotive, meticulously arranged,  and inspired by a world of idiosyncratic influences that never let a  dull or predictable moment creep in. The band's most recent release Again, Again, Again has brought forth a shimmering and sophisticated sound to their well crafted songs.  A follow up to their 2022 EP Rabbit, a  project created in collaboration with Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award  recipient Tom Paxton, they released two records last year and show no  signs of slowing down. Their 2018 debut album, The Soil and the Seed, established them as a vocal, instrumental, and creative force. Since then, Buffalo Rose has dropped two EPs, 2019’s Big Stampede and 2020’s Borrowed and Blue,  opened for the Wood Brothers, Mipso, Pokey LaFarge, Tyler Childers,  Infamous Stringdusters, and shared a festival stage with the legendary  Sam Bush.

Buffalo Rose's lineup of Lucy Clabby (vocals), Margot  Jezerc (vocals), Bryce Rabideau (mandolin), Malcolm Inglis (dobro),  Jason Rafalak (upright bass), and Shane McLaughlin (guitar, vocals)  pushes itself and each other far beyond their perceived limits and  blends their diverse and atypical approach to songwriting with the  desire to see how unique a song can get and still feel like home. They  use powerful vocal harmonies, strong playing, and an original vision to  operate at every possible emotional level and put on dynamic live shows  that are unforgettable experiences. They go from up and moving to sad  and sweet and back again, bringing the entire audience along.

This combination of artistry and enthusiasm makes Buffalo  Rose one of the most vital and important groups working today. Rather  than play the folk music of the past, the band gleefully combines genres  and ideas together to move acoustic music forward to a new,  contemporary place without ever losing sight of its roots. Fans of Lake  Street Dive, Nickel Creek, and Punch Brothers will find much to like in  this crew. Anyone seeking compelling new acoustic music needs to join  Buffalo Rose in the future right now.

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