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Hiss Golden Messenger

Hiss Golden Messenger

Nov 30th 2017 @ Haw River Ballroom

Saxapahaw, NC
I Was There
About Hiss Golden Messenger
Genres:
Folk
Band Members:
M.C. Taylor + pals
Hometown:
Durham NC

Moving like a river. This is no dress rehearsal, we are professionals, & this is the big time.
Thursday, November 30th, 2017
8:00 PM
Haw River Ballroom
1711 Saxapahaw-Bethlehem Church Road, Saxapahaw, NC, 27340, Saxapahaw, NC 27340
37 RSVPs
Hiss Golden Messenger
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About Hiss Golden Messenger
Genres:
Folk
Band Members:
M.C. Taylor + pals
Hometown:
Durham NC

Moving like a river. This is no dress rehearsal, we are professionals, & this is the big time.
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Fan Live Reviews
Awesome! Needed longer on stage!
Brian
New York, NY@
Bowery Ballroom
December 9th 2017
started 90 minutes late, but WOW they put on an amazing show
Doug
Wilmington, NC@
Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre
April 6th 2017
Very good but WAY too short.
Scott
Richmond, VA@
The Broadberry
November 16th 2016
I drove up from Lynchburg to see the show and I am so glad I made the trip. Great venue, good crowd (except for the drunk guy standing behind me singing every lyric, off key, one line ahead of Mike...we get it dude, you know all the songs and we are impressed). Great tunes, good vibes. Can't wait to see them play again.
Jeremy
Brooklyn, NY@
Music Hall Of Williamsburg
August 24th 2016
Hiss Golden Messenger brought a lot of widescreen shimmer for most of last night's show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. With a crack band featuring Phil Cook on keys and guitar, Ryan Gustafson (of The Dead Tongues) on guitar, banjo and mandolin, Scott Hirsch on bass, and Darren Jesse on drums, there was no difficulty replicating the textures on any of the songs they played. Things got a little more down and dirty near the end with a towering version of Southern Grammar (Josh Kaufman adding extra guitar) and an amazing encore of the Grateful Dead's Brown Eyed Women and Brother Do You Know The Road? Tift Merritt opened the show, commanding the stage with her gorgeous voice, well-crafted songs, and skillful but gutsy guitar and piano playing. She was assisted at times by Phil Cook and returned the favor during HGM's set, singing backup on most songs and sitting in on keys. It was that kind of night - generous and heartfelt. They still have more dates ahead. I'd get there if they come near you!
January 14th 2015
Great!!!!!