Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys will make their Sundilla debut on Friday, February 6. Showtime at the AUUF will be 7:30, and admission at the door will be $15; advance tickets are available for $12 at Spicer’s Music, and Mama Mocha’s Coffee, and online at www.sundillamusic.com/buy-tickets/.
If you’re in the mood for bluegrass, tradition, roots, blazing instrumentals or outstanding vocals, Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys are going to deliver. With roots in the Great Lakes State of Michigan, Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys have been non-stop traversing the country with instruments in tow since the release of their 2012 record, “Release Your Shrouds.” The album showcased the band’s meshing of Appalachian tradition with a rootsy Michigan vigor. But wherever placed in the genre continuum of the times, it’s their sincerity and passion for following the music that propels them. The year ahead will see them releasing their second full length LP and making their first international tours to Germany and the UK. Motivated by the power of music to connect; to ask questions; to heal and to learn about what it means to be human, Lindsay Lou, Joshua Rilko, Mark Lavengood and PJ George are a finger pickin’, harmony slingin’, tight knit family fashion conglomeration who show no signs of slowing down.
Greensky Bluegrass says “Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys bring new life to bluegrass. Outstanding vocals along with exceptional musical chops will keep you wanting more.” And the music blog Adobe and Teardrops says “The tight-knit lyrics and infectious joy in The Flatbellys’ songs will make you stop whatever you’re doing and cock an ear. The band’s skill is breath-taking, and it’s obvious through their playing that there is nothing they’d rather do more than come together and make music.” And Detour Bluegrass pulls no punches: “Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys – an intersection of sparkly new songs and robust instrumental licks, with a nod to the roots of tradition. Great music from great people! Go see them as soon as possible.”
When people make requests of Sundilla, they usually ask for more bluegrass, more bands, and more high-energy acts. With Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys, all three requests are honored. And that’s just the beginning of what you’ll get from an evening with Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys. Don’t miss this one!
Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys will be appearing at Sundilla on Friday, February 6, at 7:30. Admission is $15 at the door, but advance tickets are available for just $12 at Spicer’s Music and Mama Mocha’s Coffee, and online at www.sundillamusic.com. Sundilla concerts take place at the AUUF on Thach Avenue in Auburn. At ever concert we’ll have free coffee, tea, water and food, though the audience is always welcome to bring whatever food or beverage they prefer.
This concert is sponsored in part by the following great folks!
Subway, 600 Webster Rd (Tiger Chevron) Auburn AL
Yum Yum’s Food Specialty Shoppe 555 Opelika Rd Auburn, AL 36830 334-209-2011