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Melody Allegra Berger

Barefoot & Bankside headlines Rotten Apple Roots and Bluegrass Halloween at Union Hall (10.31)

Now that CMJ and our related hangovers are over, we can finally focus on plans for Halloween. Organized by Deli web helper Alex Borsody (who is starting to get a reputation for organizing fun folk and bluegrass shows) The Second Annual Rotten Apple Roots and Bluegrass Halloween comes to Union Hall this year with a delightful array of the best tricks and treats the Brooklyn folk community has to offer. Costumes are highly encouraged for this foot stomping good time, and you'd best get your tickets early since last year's show sold out the Bell House, and Union Hall is half the size. Featuring  lineup of Brooklyn indie folk and bluegrass allstars, Barefoot and Bankside (pictured + video streaming below), Seth Kessell and the Two Cent Band, Melody Allegra Berger and Dancegrass, it's a Boograss Spooktacular!

Morgan O'Kane headlines Bluegrass post-Halloween Party with The Hackensaw Boys

If you're like me, Halloween is just too awesome to celebrate one day a year. Lucky for you, the folkies at The 1st Annual Rotten Apple Roots & Bluegrass Halloween Party feel the same way. It's a once a year celebration where you'll get to wear your costume for a second time, and listen to some of the finest folk NYC has to offer. Headlined by Charlottesville's The Hackensaw Boys and Hillbilly Brooklyn punk troubadour Morgan O'Kane, these acoustic virtuosos would be worth the price of admission alone. Joining them will be talented NYC fiddler Melody Allegra Berger, jamgrass impresarios Union Street Preservation Society sharing the stage with Diamond Eye Jack Superjam and bushels more of folk bands. So check out all the details here. See you on Fri, Nov. 1st at The Bell House, and remember to dress as silly as you can for the occasion. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets)



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