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Bawn In the Mash Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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About Bawn In the Mash

"Sure, they’re from Kentucky—Paducah, to be precise. And sure, they have the aesthetic of a newgrass band—mandolin, fiddle, stand-up bass and loads of chops. But Bawn in the Mash bill themselves as “experimental Americana,” and their latest, Confluence, is just that. While Confluence features the sort of fleet-fingered barnburners you’d expect from a contemporary bluegrass act, the record occasionally explores some uniquely genre-bending territory. “Home” is a Stones-y garage-rock tune with grandiose, homesick vocals and plenty of fuzzy guitar noodling. (Imagine a George Harrison-Lindsey Buckingham mash-up.) The sinister, lethargic arrangement of “Doomsday Delight” makes for a surprisingly dark folk number, and “Icy Faces” is a lilting, playful take on paranoia with scads of free-range wailing. Without overstating it, let’s just say Bawn in the Mash bridge the rarely traversed gap between bluegrass and rock ’n’ roll with the effortlessness of careful students of both." -D Patrick Rodgers, The Nashville Scene Living in the heart of the Mississippi River System, Bawn in the Mash's sound is founded in the ancient tones of Western Kentucky. Bawn in the Mash have performed hundreds of shows across the country, beginning in 2005 with cruises aboard the Delta Queen Steamboat and other passenger vessels up and down the Ohio, Tennessee, and Mississippi Rivers. The band has performed alongside The New Riders of the Purple Sage, Donnie Herron, Goose Creek Symphony, Kenny Malone, Jamie Hartford, Leftover Salmon, Margo Price, Pokey LaFarge, Peter Rowan & Tony Rice, JD Wilkes, and countless others over the years. https://lockelandspringsteen.com/2014/12/09/photo-diary-bawn-in-the-mash
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Genres:
-d Patrick Rodgers, Bluegrass, Country, The Nashville Scene
Hometown:
Paducah, Kentucky

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Terry
October 7th 2014
kool show and lovely night sounded great !!!
Paducah, KY@
McCracken County Public Library

About Bawn In the Mash

"Sure, they’re from Kentucky—Paducah, to be precise. And sure, they have the aesthetic of a newgrass band—mandolin, fiddle, stand-up bass and loads of chops. But Bawn in the Mash bill themselves as “experimental Americana,” and their latest, Confluence, is just that. While Confluence features the sort of fleet-fingered barnburners you’d expect from a contemporary bluegrass act, the record occasionally explores some uniquely genre-bending territory. “Home” is a Stones-y garage-rock tune with grandiose, homesick vocals and plenty of fuzzy guitar noodling. (Imagine a George Harrison-Lindsey Buckingham mash-up.) The sinister, lethargic arrangement of “Doomsday Delight” makes for a surprisingly dark folk number, and “Icy Faces” is a lilting, playful take on paranoia with scads of free-range wailing. Without overstating it, let’s just say Bawn in the Mash bridge the rarely traversed gap between bluegrass and rock ’n’ roll with the effortlessness of careful students of both." -D Patrick Rodgers, The Nashville Scene Living in the heart of the Mississippi River System, Bawn in the Mash's sound is founded in the ancient tones of Western Kentucky. Bawn in the Mash have performed hundreds of shows across the country, beginning in 2005 with cruises aboard the Delta Queen Steamboat and other passenger vessels up and down the Ohio, Tennessee, and Mississippi Rivers. The band has performed alongside The New Riders of the Purple Sage, Donnie Herron, Goose Creek Symphony, Kenny Malone, Jamie Hartford, Leftover Salmon, Margo Price, Pokey LaFarge, Peter Rowan & Tony Rice, JD Wilkes, and countless others over the years. https://lockelandspringsteen.com/2014/12/09/photo-diary-bawn-in-the-mash
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Genres:
-d Patrick Rodgers, Bluegrass, Country, The Nashville Scene
Hometown:
Paducah, Kentucky

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