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Gregory Alan Isakov w/ Tall Heights

The Bowery Presents Co-Production

Tickets starting at $39.50 Buy Tickets

Details

Date:
Thursday, May 28
Time:
8:00 pm
Doors Open:
5/28/20 7:00 pm
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Venue

The Cabot
286 Cabot Street
Beverly, MA 01915 United States
Phone:
9789273100
Website:
thecabot.org

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and now calling Colorado home, horticulturist turned-musician Gregory Alan Isakov has cast an impressive presence on the indie-rock and folk worlds with his five full-length studio albums: That Sea, The Gambler; This Empty Northern Hemisphere; The Weatherman; Gregory Alan Isakov with the Colorado Symphony; and Evening Machines (recently nominated for a Grammy award for Best Folk Album). Isakov has toured internationally with his band, and has performed with several national symphony orchestras across the United States. In addition to running his independent record label, Suitcase Town Music, he also manages a small farm in Boulder County, which provides produce to over a dozen local restaurants.

Tall Heights

From busking on the streets of Boston to now performing in venues across the globe, the duo of Paul Wright and Tim Harrington, together known as TALL HEIGHTS, have built a career from the ground up as a relentless touring act. It’s been a journey of consistent evolution for the longtime best friends – everything from instrumentation to production to the size of their band has changed throughout the years, hand-in-hand with an ever-growing audience of listeners. Yet with all of this change, there remains a distinct DNA that courses through the entirety of Tall Heights’ music. The potency of their sound cannot be credited to harmony alone, but rather a unique union of two distinct voices that makes the music inarguably their own. Check out Tall Heights’ “Under My Skin”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STvOK_l-qAA

$1 from every ticket will go to The Land Institute.  The Land Institute is a non-profit whose vision is to develop an agricultural system that can produce ample food, reduce or eliminate impacts from the disruptions and dependencies of industrial agriculture, and inform cultural change through education. www.landinstitute.org

Isakov Photo Credit: Rebecca Caridad