Yonder Mountain & to play Ardmore Music Hall This Saturday

Article Contributed by Ardmore Music Hall | Published on Thursday, November 8, 2018

Let the sweet sounds of acoustic strings coupled with infectious vocal harmonies soothe your soul this fall. The Ardmore Music Hall proudly presents these one of a kind bluegrass and Americana concerts all season long.

On Saturday November 10th, progressive bluegrass staples Yonder Mountain String Band return to AMH on their Fall tour with newly formed Americana rock outfit Brad Parsons & Starbird in tow. Yonder Mountain String Band, more commonly known to fans as just Yonder, have been revitalizing their sound after a lineup change a few years ago with the addition of mandolin player Jacob Joliff and fiddler Allie Kral. The new lineup has received high praise after their 2017 release “Love. Ain’t Love,” as well as keeping their infectious live show at top levels.

The following week on November 14th, AMH will welcome back yet another favorite national touring act - the recently crowned Instrumental Bluegrass Group of the Year, the Travelin’ McCourys. The Travelin’ McCourys feature Ronnie (mandolin) and Rob (banjo) McCoury, sons of bluegrass legend Del McCoury. The group released their eponymous debut album this past May. They will be joined by Philadelphia folk outfit Hezekiah Jones.

The next day, nationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Joshua Radin will debut on the Ardmore stage with a little help from songstress Lily Kershaw for what should be an unforgettable and powerful night of music. Radin came to the public eye through the success of his 2008 effort “Simple Times,” as well as his music being used in television and movies. Most notably his music can be heard on the soundtrack for Scrubs, Grey’s Anatomy, and House.

More shows are being added to the AMH calendar as the weeks progress into the fall and winter season. Keep your eye towards the Main Line for all of your live music needs!

Ticket links:

Yonder Mountain String Band -  http://bit.ly/YMSB_AMH

More Upcoming Bluegrass & Americana at The Ardmore Music Hall & MilkBoy

11/23 - Steve Kimock & Friends featuring Mookie Siegel (RatDog), Pappy Biondo (Cabinet), John Kimock (Mike Gordon), Andy Hess (formerly Gov't Mule), Leslie Mendelson (KIMOCK) at The Ardmore Music Hall

12/4 - Justin Townes Earle at The Ardmore Music Hall

12/8 - Patterson Hood (of Drive By Truckers) at The Ardmore Music Hall

12/8 - Horseshoes & Hand Grenades with John Stickley Trio at MilkBoy

12/13 - Midnight North with Billy Mungus and Doobie Decibel System at MilkBoy

More about the Ardmore Music Hall

The Ardmore Music Hall has established itself as a premiere landing spot for many nationally touring musical acts- the 600-cap rock club (historically known as the 23 East Cabaret) sits just 3 miles outside Philadelphia. Notable artists since 2014 have included George Clinton & P-Funk, The Hooters, Toots & the Maytals, Stanley Clarke, Steve Earle, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Maceo Parker, Buckethead, Robby Krieger (of The Doors), Macy Gray & many more.

Features of Ardmore Music Hall include a state-of-the-art sound system, a wide dance space, seating options, and 20+ craft beers on draught. The venue is located at 23 East Lancaster Ave, and is easily accessible by public transportation with the R-5 regional line- the Ardmore train stop drops 100 feet from the back door and runs directly from City Hall & 30th Street Station. Visit the AMH website for the most up-to-date information about the venue and a full listing of upcoming events - www.ardmoremusic.com