Sound Series: The Barr Brothers

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Wednesday November 12, 2014 - 8pm
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tickets
General $15
Student $12
Members$12
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The Warhol welcomes the Montreal-based folk quartet, The Barr Brothers, to the Museum’s intimate theater, on a tour supporting their latest release on Secret City Records. Known for their eclectic orchestrations, the new record features a wide range of instrumentation with varied special guest contributions including members of Arcade Fire and Bassekou Kouyate’s band. Since the band’s recent emergence and debut release in 2011, they have headlined the Montreal Jazz Fest and have shared stages with an impressive array of artists from Emmylou Harris to Spiritualized.

 

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Please note that seating in our theater is first come, first-served. Doors open at 7:30pm.

 

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The Warhol welcomes the Montreal-based folk quartet, The Barr Brothers, to the Museum’s intimate theater, on a tour supporting their latest release on Secret City Records. Known for their eclectic orchestrations, the new record features a wide range of instrumentation with varied special guest contributions including members of Arcade Fire and Bassekou Kouyate’s band. Since the band’s recent emergence and debut release in 2011, they have headlined the Montreal Jazz Fest and have shared stages with an impressive array of artists from Emmylou Harris to Spiritualized.

 

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