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The Gravel Project | Wood & Bone | HDRnB

July 18 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

$15 – $25

07/18/24
Reserved Rails and G.A. Standing 7:00pm doors / 8:00pm show
21+, Positive I.D. Required $15-25

The Gravel Project
Originally created by Andrew Gravel (vocals, guitar), The Gravel Project is an all star band of Boston music veterans including brother, Jordan Gravel (organ, keys), Dave Fox (drums), and Eguie Castrillo (percussion). The Gravel Project’s live show blends rock, world music and jazz with power and soul. Carrying the tradition of 70’s blues and psychedelic rock music, The Gravel Project embodies the spirit of Santana combined with the classic raw energy and moving songwriting of The Allman Brothers and Tedeschi Trucks Band. With three studio albums, a live album and countless past performances, the future is bright for Boston’s The Gravel Project, and as the title of their 2022 studio album suggests, there are “Many Miles Ahead.”

Wood and Bone
Wood & Bone is an American Roots band originating from Salem MA. Led by singer/songwriter Jesse Joseph (aka Qwill), the band’s sound is an ever-changing blend of harmony-driven Indie tinged Folk, Americana, Soul, and Blues. In the spirit of bands like The Grateful Dead, each Wood & Bone performance is a unique experience, with improvisation and experimentation skillfully layered upon solid songwriting and vocal harmonies.

The band’s primary members are Joe Wilkins; (vocals, guitar, mandolin), Dennis Monagle; (vocal, drums) Joe Cardoza; (bass). The Band released the 3 song EP, Rising Smoke in 2021, and is currently in the studio working on a full length album as well as performing around the Northeast and beyond.

HDRNB
HDRnB is an original R&B/soul/groove band founded by in late 2010, featuring Henley Douglas Jr. (sax), John Iltis (drums), Charlie O’Neal (guitar), Peter Fedele (guitar) and Brandon Tarricone (guitar) Squantch (trombone), David Walker (bass). The band features Garret Savluk (trumpet) and Yahuba (percussion) on special shows. Henley Douglas Jr.’s early career includes stints with the Big Dig Saxophone Quartet and Skin, a Boston-based funk-rock outfit that would open for acts like the Neville Brothers and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. He founded the Heavy Metal Horns, a band that reached international acclaim in the 90s, and for 10 years, fronted the Boston Horns, a funk/jazz band also featuring HMH alum Garret Savluk. A new CD of original music is on the way.

Details

Date:
July 18
Time:
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Cost:
$15 – $25
Event Category:
Website:
https://thecutlive.showare.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=74

Venue

The Cut
177 Main Street
Gloucester, 01930 United States
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Phone
978-515-0000
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