Fruition New Album and On The Road

Article Contributed by Mason Jar Media | Published on Thursday, June 13, 2013

Stomp your feet, clap your hands, and raise a glass because Fruition are releasing Just One of Them Nights on July 30th, 2013. Featuring three-part harmonies and driving rhythms that blend raw, live energy with traditional Folk-Americana strings, Just One of Them Nights is a rockin’ collection of songs capturing life on the road, memories of past lovers and the pursuit of adventure. Already selling out shows in their native Oregon, Fruition will be hitting the road and performing at major festivals across the country as well as throughout the Northwest and Colorado this summer. The band will also celebrate their new release with an intimate show at Music Millennium in Portland, OR.

Just One of Them Nights includes eleven selections showcasing Fruition’s string-slinging skills as well as their ability to ride the line between traditional bluegrass and Rock n’ Roll. The first single from the album, “Mountain Annie” achieves a sound that is both new and familiar at the same time with Jay Cobb Anderson (vocals/guitar) weaving melodies with Mimi Naja (vocals/mandolin). “Blue Light” effortlessly transitions between a little bit country and a little bit Rock n’ Roll with exhilarating string solos, while “The Wanter,” featuring Naja on lead vocals, will entice bluegrass purists to take notice.
Festival enthusiasts will have numerous chances to catch Fruition throughout the summer including performances at High Sierra Music Festival, Allgood Music Festival, Northwest String Summit and more. On July 23rd, the five-piece will perform an exclusive ‘pre-order in store party’ at Music Millennium in celebration of the release of Just One of Them Nights. The band will also tour select club dates throughout the Northwest and Rocky Mountains. A full listing of dates is below.

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Fruition Summer Tour Dates:
June 30 - Arcata, CA - Humboldt Brews
July 3 – San Francisco, CA – Brick and Mortar Music Hall
July 4 – Quincy, CA – High Sierra Music Festival
July 13 – Silverton, OR – Mac’s Place
July 20 – Thornville, OH – Allgood Music Festival
July 21 – North Plains, OR – Northwest String Summit
July 23 – Portland, OR – Music Millennium
July 27 – Petrolia, CA – Roll On The Mattole
August 1 – Denver, CO – Cervantes Other Side
August 2 – Bond, CO – State Bridge Riverside
August 3 – Keystone, CO – Keystone Bluegrass & Beer
August 6 – Missoula, MT – Top Hat Lounge
August 7 – Whitefish, MT – Great Northern Bar
August 9 – Darrington, WA – Summer Meltdown Festival
August 25 – Eugene, OR – Kaleidoscope Music Festival
August 30 – Spokane, WA – Pig Out In The Park
August 31 – Leavenworth, WA – Wild & Scenic Music Festival