They are pungent, not subtle. The people who are experiencing them are well aware that they’re doing something wrong, but the self-medication takes, more times than not, and they’re able to withstand it all. They fall into problems and rarely, if ever, claw their way out of them. It’s just one black hole of issues swirling around them, stinking up the place. Kevin Blackwell, the lead singer for the dirty bluegrass band out of Portland, Oregon, encapsulates the general character who calls these songs home, on “Mary Celeste…All this misery keeps great company. It’s the liquor cabinet that takes a hurt.
December 28, 2019 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm