Bruce Molsky is returning to the Old-Time Tiki Parlour with his new powerhouse stringband: Molsky’s Mountain Drifters! Last time Bruce came to town, we celebrated the release of his DVD & CD Set “Can’t Stay Here This a-Way” filmed and recorded at the Parlour. Now we’re proud to present his new trio for their debut concert in Los Angeles!
WHERE? Timewarp Records–12204 Venice Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90066
WHEN? June 17, 2017 8:00 PM
HOW MUCH? $20
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
REMINDER: All Tiki Parlour concerts sell out, so get your tickets while they’re still available!
Grammy nominated and Visiting Scholar at Berklee College of Music, Bruce Molsky, one of Americas premier fiddling talents (Mother Jones) presents his new group and self-titled debut album Molskys Mountain Drifters featuring two of the best next gen trad players, Allison de Groot (The Goodbye Girls) and Stash Wyslouch (Deadly Gentlemen). Bruces previous collaborations include recordings with Anonymous 4, Mark Knopfler on Tracker, Andy Irvine & Donal Lunnys supergroup Mozaik, BBC TV Transatlantic Sessions with Aly Bain and Jerry Douglas, and David Holts State of Music airing nationally.
Allison de Groot is known for her great clawhammer banjo technique, exquisite tone, timing, and taste. She has deep roots in the old time tradition and yet she’s fearless when it comes to breaking new ground.
Stash Wyslouch is one of bluegrasss great young genre-bending pioneers. Coming over from the punk-metal world, Stash brings great sensitivity and real emotion to the trio, plus superb guitar and vocal chops.
These striking musicians have come together for a new sound within the traditional music genre through their audacious approach. I was looking for a new voice, says Molsky, a new avenue of expression using old time mountain music as the jumping-off point, but not being constrained by hard core traditionalism. Allison and Stash are showing me the way, just where the music is headed, in directions I never would have imagined when I started my own journey into the mountains a long time ago.
— Tradition steeped in possibility
This record captures all the intricate, meditative, overwhelming joy that I love so much in old time music.” -THE MILK CARTON KIDS-Joey Ryan
“Bruce has always been a major player and influence on all around him. I am happy to say this recording will give him that same stamp of approval from all who hear it.- JERRY DOUGLAS
“Bruce Molsky has long been one of my musical heroes, and it is such a joy to hear him in this configuration with the Molsky Mountain Drifters, featuring two of my good friends — Stash Wyslouch and Allison de Groot — accompanying him seamlessly on guitar and banjo. Together, they are a force to be reckoned with and are creating some of the most soul-stirring music out there today. It’s hard to believe they are a new trio since the sounds they create together instantly feel so at home. The effortlessness and ease with which Bruce plays and sings has always been something I’ve deeply admired, and that is only highlighted alongside Stash and Allison. It is a rarity to hear music that lacks ego and puts soulfulness and a respect for tradition at the forefront. Bruce is simply one of the greatest musicians there is, period.” — Sarah Jarosz