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Alt Rootsy night with Mree, The Stationary Set, Streets of Laredo, Julian Fulton + more





Alt Rootsy night with Mree, The Stationary Set, Streets of Laredo, Julian Fulton + more

Thursday night at Spike Hill we'll have a really fun AND interesting bill with a lot of talented artists dedicated to bringing roots music in new directions. The very young and talented songwriter Mree - a recent Deli artist of the month - has been gathering a lot of buzz with her ethereal songs and impeccable home made recordings and videos, which got hundreds of thousands of views; don't miss her show at 9pm. As artsy as Mree, but slightly more upbeat and soulful, The Stationary Set have become a mainstay of the Brooklyn scene and will showcase their artsy soul-pop at 10.30. Julian Fulton and the Zombie Gospel will surely be happy to be sandwiched between these two artists; this band plays rootsy pop with psychedelic tinges - we are very curious to see them live. NZ imports Streets of Laredo (pictured) will keep faith to their mission of charming Newyorkers one by one with their contagious alt country, while Derrick & The Black Sea and Great Elk will open and close the night with their intense songs flirting with Americana and alt rock.

Times, ticket prices and full B.E.A.F. schedule can be found here.

This Emerging Artist is based in NYC,
check out other talented locals we picked
for our NYC Artist of the Month poll below!

             
What's your favorite Emerging NYC Artist on this list?
Total: 9 votes
  Caine Casket 
  Dan Francia 
  Dollshot 
  RBVY My Dear 
  Shake The Baby Till The Love Comes Out 
  Shanny 
  Son of Cloud 

This poll will end on May 1, 2019 at 11.59 PM ET

Please stay positive with the comments, support for other bands is one of the secrets of "success."

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