11/01/2019: Mama Ain't Dead w/ Hannah Daman presented by New Nashville North - Bangor Arts Exchange
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11/01/2019: Mama Ain’t Dead w/ Hannah Daman presented by New Nashville North

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Mama Ain’t Dead
w/ Hannah Daman (solo)
Bangor Arts Exchange – Ballroom
Presented by Launchpad and the New Nashville North Concert Series
Doors: 7:30 pm / Music: 8:00 pm
All Ages

Tickets: $15 Advance GA- Seated / $20 Day of Show – GA Seated

Tickets for this show go on-sale Friday, June 14 at 10AM.

*Online sales end at 5PM on 11/1. Tickets available at the door unless “Sold Out” announcement is made. Tickets at the door will be sold as capacity allows even after a sell out.**Limited capacity* Buying in advance is a good thing.

About the band…

Learn more at http://mamaaintdead.com/

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Mama Ain’t Dead
w/ Hannah Daman (solo)
Bangor Arts Exchange – Ballroom
Presented by Launchpad and the New Nashville North Concert Series
Doors: 7:30 pm / Music: 8:00 pm
All Ages

Tickets: $15 Advance GA- Seated / $20 Day of Show – GA Seated

Tickets for this show go on-sale Friday, June 14 at 10AM.

*Online sales end at 5PM on 11/1. Tickets available at the door unless “Sold Out” announcement is made. Tickets at the door will be sold as capacity allows even after a sell out.**Limited capacity* Buying in advance is a good thing.

About the band…

Learn more at http://mamaaintdead.com/

She may only be sleeping, but Mama Ain’t Dead. This quartet continues the American roots tradition while infusing contemporary songs with old-time appeal. Multi-instrumentalists and songwriters Betsy Heron, Brie Green, Scott Heron, and Tim Cackett deliver a down-home sound driven by fiddles and banjos that fixes to leave toes tapping and feet stomping.

The group teamed up in the fall of 2018, drawn together by their love for fiddle tunes, bluegrass, and old-time music. Sisters Betsy and Brie have been playing tunes together for most of their lives. The two make up one half of central Massachusetts’ The Green Sisters. Tim, mandolin player for the band Town Meeting, and Scott, who plays in the duo Green Heron alongside his wife Betsy, had both at one point (but separately) played in the New England metal and hardcore scene before trading their half-stack amplifiers for mandolins and banjos.

Today, the band rambles around New England, making a ruckus in whatever bar, coffeehouse, or festival still celebrates the American folk tradition. Mama keeps the live show fresh, digging into ripping fiddle tunes, honoring old bluegrass standards, or belting out original sing-alongs with 3- and sometimes 4-part harmonies.

Mama Ain’t Dead is currently hard at work recording their debut album with engineer Tom Mahnken of Ruckus Studios in Ashfield, MA. The self-produced, 10-song album is expected to make a release by mid-2019.

New Nashville North is an Americana Concert Series held at the Bangor Arts Exchange, a re-branded continuation of the 58 Main Music Series.

Live music showcases at the Bangor Arts Exchange (BAE) features performing artists that you should know about. BAE is a collaborative project of the non-profit Launchpad and the Bangor Symphony Orchestra.

193 Exchange Street | Downtown Bangor – more info at www.BangorArtsExchange.org

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