Tiger Maple String Band is spending St. Patrick's at Sprague's

Category:  BloggERy
Friday, March 17th, 2017 at 5:04 AM

It's always a fine time to catch the old-timey, string-driven goodness of Tiger Maple String Band.

But St. Patrick's Day -- that's today -- is one of your luckiest chances all year to get down to their straight-from-the-heart-of-Appalachia stylings.

And Sprague Farm & Brew Works ... well, it's a pretty damn prime location for such an occasion, both aesthetically and, uh, refreshmentally (just make sure you have a designated driver on tap for the trip back home, or wherever you're headed next).

The Edinboro-based band -- a good-and-longtime staple of the region's roots music scene (the Downtown Edinboro Art & Music Festival, the Great Blue Heron Music Festival, and local and not-so-local stages galore) takes the stage at Sprague's at 6 p.m.

To learn more about TMSB, check out their website here, or click here for a cool in-depth piece about them and tonight's show by Erie Times News contributing writer Dave (Dr. Rock) Richards.

6 to 9 p.m.  //  22113 US Route 6, Venango  //  facebook.com/TigerMapleStringBand


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