The Earlville Opera House welcomes The Boxcar Lilies on Friday, March 13th at 8 pm to the EOH Arts Cafe. The Boxcar Lilies have quickly made a name for themselves with their signature mix of folk, country, and bluegrass-tinged Americana music featuring spine-tingling, innovative harmonies and top-notch songwriting.
“When we think of great harmonies in the contemporary roots music world, we think of bands like The Wailin’ Jennys or Red Molly. We can now add The Boxcar Lilies to that list.” –Sheryl Hunter, The Recorder (Greenfield, MA)
Accompanying themselves on guitar, clawhammer banjo, ukulele, bass, and washboard, The Boxcar Lilies have conveyed their uniquely warm sound and energetic stage presence to venues up and down the Eastern seaboard, including The Birchmere Music Hall, Club Passim, and Philadelphia’s Tin Angel. In 2013, they released their second studio album Sugar Shack, which debuted on the North American Folk DJ Charts at #2 and was highlighted by both CMJ.com and eMusic.com in their roundup of exciting new releases.
[The Boxcar Lilies] bring energy, improvisation and a charming presence to the stage each night. Anyone with an ear for folk or luscious harmonies will enjoy these women.”
–Zak Jason, Cape Cod Times
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Join us for an evening of luscious harmonies and Americana folk with the Boxcar Lilies on Friday, March 13th! Seating is limited. Admission is $20 and $18 for EOH members and students are discounted to $15. The Earlville Opera House is wheelchair-accessible with a ramp and a lift. Don’t forget to visit our Artisan’s Gift Shop featuring over 35 regional artists with jewelry to blown glass to pottery. The EOH Arts Café will open one hour before the performance and serves tasty desserts and hot coffee/tea.
For more information, or to reserve your seats, call 315-691-3550 or order online at http://www.earlvilleoperahouse.com. The Opera House is located at 18 East Main Street, in Earlville, NY.
More about the Boxcar Lilies (website)
EOH events are made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and through the generosity of EOH members.