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Published: 2010/11/16

The Low Anthem is(n’t) here

Last night the Low Anthem performed a nearly secret show at a converted warehouse space in downtown Pittsfield, MA. The group couldn’t announce the gig due to publicity restrictions related to the band’s most recent date opening for Emmylou Harris in Northampton, and also because the converted warehouse that housed the performance is not a licensed venue. Still just over 115 people alerted by word of mouth, received complimentary Narragansett Ale and a wonderfully focused, at-times-intense performance that showcased plenty of material from the upcoming album Smart Flesh set to hit in February.


There are 3 comments associated with this post

discount Ugg Boots November 19, 2010, 02:40:44

Nice post.It’s all in the eyes and where they are looking~

Michael March 3, 2011, 02:05:16

I met Mat Davidson last month when Low Anthem was in LA opening for Iron & Wine… I gave him a copy of my album “Life is beautiful” and he told me about his solo album “Love Is All Around” A can’t wait to hear it… I wander if he plays the saw on it?

Chord Eff November 16, 2010, 17:51:19

For Low Anthem fans, Mat Davidson of the band just did a surprise show in Brooklyn during break from Emmylou Harris/Low Anthem tour, of his solo project (Twain). Links below are for two songs from his new album “Love Is All Around”. Both original tunes “I’ll Be Fooled Again” and “Ashville Farm Remedy” Beautiful music

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