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Twisted Pine at Cotuit Center for the Arts for Tangletuit 2024

July 29 @ 7:30 pm

Boston’s rising Americana four-piece Twisted Pine is coming to Cotuit Center for the Arts on Monday, July 29th for a joyous night at the Tangletuit outdoor summer concert series. 

About the show
when: Monday, July 29 at 7:30pm 
where: Under the stars at the John Weltman Pavilion at Cotuit Center for the Arts 
series note: This is a night in the CCA summer series Tangletuit 2024

tix & infohttps://artsonthecape.org/explore/twisted-pine-at-tangletuit

About Twisted Pine: 
Praised by National Public Radio for their “upbeat, poppy vibe; energetic, driving rhythms; and virtuosic solos,” Twisted Pine [Boston] takes traditional music in exhilarating directions. “We’re rooted in bluegrass,” writes bassist Chris Sartori, “continually inspired by explorers like Bela Fleck, Jerry Douglas, and Sierra Hull. Our bluegrass is jazzy, our indie folk is poppy, our grooves are funky.”  Twisted Pine is Kathleen Parks on fiddle and lead vocals, Dan Bui on mandolin, Sartori on bass, and Anh Phung on flute.  Their most recent release is the cosmic full-length Right Now [Signature Sounds Recordings], which The Boston Herald called “progressive bluegrass or maybe chamber folk, or prog rock, or jazz fusion or just pop with an experimental bent. Whatever the genre, give the group a bluegrass Grammy for good measure.”  That said, Twisted Pine will be releasing another full-length record this fall and they’re dropping singles all summer. At CCA, you can expect to hear a hint of what’s to come. 
TwistedPine : Telluride : credit Blake Hannahson.jpeg
Here’s Twisted Pine at a recent Paste Magazine session, with Jerry Douglas sitting in: 

“Definitely a band to watch” — NPR

“They were once bluegrass,” wrote The Boston Globe, “but … this Boston band has become something else, a wider version of string band, boundary jumpers akin to outfits like Punch Brothers, Nickel Creek, and Crooked Still.”

“Instrumental virtuosity — the band’s calling card — abounds on their latest album, Right Now, but so too do moments of sheer pop glory, funky all-day grooves, and spacecraft sonics.” — No Depression

“Twisted Pine doesn’t just break the rules, they rewrite them.” — Glide

“Each member of this band is a runaway freight train of talent on their own, but together the jubilance of sound they unleash on a crowd is something to be marvelled.” — Red Line Roots


July 29
7:30 pm
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Cotuit Center for the Arts
4404 Falmouth Road
Cotuit, MA 02635 United States
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