Hold on to your socks Baltimore because we are doing it again. Those Who Dig is proud to present The Ballroom Thieves live this Friday March 1st at Liams Flynn's Ale House (22 W. North Avenue) starting at 8:30. There is no cover charge for this show but any and all support for our traveling troubadours is appreciated by way of tip or purchase of their merchandise. You can RSVP for the concert by stopping by our facebook event page and then when you're at the show please tweet Those Who Dig and the band your thoughts and/or photos with the hastag #twdpresents. We always love to hear from the Dig Nation.
You may remember The Ballroom Thieves from an article I wrote here last year but just in case you missed it they are comprised of Martin Earley (Guitar/Vocals) Devin Mauch (Percussion/Vocals) and Rachel Gawell (Cello/Vocals). This fly by night indie folk trio has been successfully romping around the country by way of Boston for over two years now and it's high time that they broke into town for their Baltimore debut. Furthermore, Rachel Gawell is an alumni of the Peabody Conservatory in cello performance so I expect all you music students in Mount Vernon to take a break from the ivory tower of your practice rooms and head on up to Liam Flynn's for a pint and a performance.
The Ballroom Thieves are not to be missed. With three part harmony, thoughtful songwriting, ripping cello solos, and a relentlessly engaging live persona The Ballroom Thieves bring energy and talent together in their music. Their debut EP The Devil & The Deep is a five song tour of the band's wide emotional pallet and sonic potential. Check out the band in action as they perform Down By The River live at Lake Champlain in upstate New York.
We are very pleased and excited to bring the Ballroom Thieves to town for their Baltimore debut. Stay in touch with The Ballroom Thieves before, during, and after the performance on Twitter (Martin Earley, Devin Mauch, & Rachel Gawell). You can also get at the band via Facebook, their official webpage, and itunes. See you Friday night. You dig?