"The Dirty Street Grass Company" tour, consisting of Kendall Street Company and The Dirty Street Grass Players is about to come to a close this weekend - on Sunday Dec 12th (at Stella Blues in New Haven). For the seven date mini co-headlining tour, the two bands have each performed individual sets, and then come together for a superjam collaboration set at the end of each show.
Today, Kendall Street Company has announced that their drummer - Ryan Wood - had to leave the tour unexpectedly. However, fortunately for the band, fellow jam musician Brook Jordan from Twiddle has stepped up to the plate to offer help on drums for their Burlington performance at Nectar's tonight.
Tickets are still available at Nectar's - https://liveatnectars.com/
**The Dirty Grass Players are an up and coming bluegrass quartet who, like Kendall Street Company, have a wide range of versatility. The two bands are each inspired by the songwriting of Americana artists such as The Allman Brothers, The Avett Brothers, and The Wood Brothers - as well as the improvisational skills, and even some psychedelia of classics such as The Grateful Dead, Phish, Pink Floyd, and more. (Think of the intersection of bluegrass and jam band culture popularized by Greensky Bluegrass and Yonder Mountain String Band).