(NEW MARLBOROUGH, Mass.) – Old-time music duo Moonshine Holler, featuring Paula Bradley and Bill Dillof, brings their Americana roots sounds to Gedney Underground, a new music series at Gedney Farm, on Wednesday, May 6, 2015, at 8pm. Featuring spine-tingling vocal harmonies, spirited banjo/fiddle breakdowns, hillbilly blues, jugband stompers and ballads, with some flatfoot dancing to boot, Moonshine Holler captures the essence of American southern roots music.
Known for their prowess on more musical instruments than they can juggle, including fiddle, banjo, guitar, Hawaiian guitar, harmonica and ukulele, Moonshine Holler has performed at festivals, concerts and music camps across the country. Bradley has toured Germany and the U.S with old-time outfit Uncle Earl; she has also toured and recorded with banjo innovator Tony Trischka and traditional music powerhouse Bruce Molsky, and appears on Trischka’s CD “Territory”, named 2009 “Best Americana Album” by the Independent Music Awards (IMA).
Dillof is a member of the legendary NYC-based band Major Contay & The Canebrake Rattlers, who have been mining recorded string band music for over thirty years.
Gedney Underground is a new music series on Wednesday nights dedicated to local artists. At bucolic Gedney Farm, it is a lovely listening space for music, with a full bar and handcrafted pub menu to accompany the music.
Gedney Farm is located at 34 Hartsville-New Marlborough Rd., New Marlborough Mass.
$5 cover (413) 229-3131