Bluegrass, Americana and a bit of rock will be heard at the B Side Ballroom and Supper Club, as it hosts two national acts in the next week.
Anna Egge will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday.
Brooklyn-based troubadour Egge has made a name for herself as an Americana figure with a rocker attitude. She and her band are touring on her seventh CD, “Bad Blood,” which was produced by Steve Earle and recorded at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock.
Her release “Hole In Your Halo” has recently been nominated for best Americana song in the 12th Annual IMA Music Awards.
She has toured and shared the stage with Lucinda Williams, Ralph Stanley, John Prine, Ron Sexsmith, Shawn Colvin, Joan Armatrading, Iris Dement, Richard Thompson, George Jones and more.
Tickets for the show ar $8 in advance or $10 at the door.
Henhouse Prowlers at the B SIDE July 24th
The Henhouse Prowlers will perform at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
The group uses traditional bluegrass as a base with an uptempo drive and bouncing mid-tempo grooves, all while covering contemporary topics in a largely original repertoire, according to a media release.
While not on stage performing or on the road touring, the Henhouse Prowlers have long been instructors on their respective instruments in the Chicago area. Recently, the Prowlers have found a way to simultaneously merge these two key components of their careers as musicians.
In April 2011, the quartet debuted its comprehensive bluegrass curriculum to elementary and intermediate schools throughout Evanston, Ill. Through four weeks of hour-length assemblies and performances in the schools, they perfected their group instruction of the core bluegrass instruments – banjo, guitar, bass, mandolin and fiddle – and the importance of this music in American cultural history.
Tickets are $7.
B Side is at 1 Clinton Plaza in Oneonta. For more information, call 432-2053, email email@example.com or visitwww.bsideballroom.com.