Grace and the RSO bring Americana Indie Folk to the Blue Moon Coffeehouse, Rockland, Saturday, Oct. 12

September 30, 2013

Music & Entertainment, Top News

G&RSO seriousOn Saturday, October 12th, Grace and the RSO bring Americana indie folk music to Rockland at the Blue Moon Coffeehouse on Webster Street.   The Boston-based quartet consists of Grace Morrison (lead vocals, acoustic guitar, accordion), Benjamin Moniz (guitar, mandolin, banjo, vocals,), Max Judelson (vocals, bass), Marty Rymer (violin, vocals), and Nate Tucker (cajon, percussion).    Grace and the RSO use folk and bluegrass instrumentation to tell the stories of early Ireland and England, songs of heroes and villians, kings and queens, and the legends that follow.  Their vocal harmonies organically blend together with a down to earth and refreshing sound.  Their debut self-titled CD was released in the fall of 2012 and is now available on ITunes and CD Baby. Between sets by the band, there will be an open mic, so grab your guitar or equivalent instrument and come on down.  They’ll also be friendly company, homemade snacks and Equal Exchange coffee.   Tickets are only $7 at the door; kids under 12 are free.   The address is The Blue Moon Coffeehouse, Channing Unitarian Universalist Church, 45 Webster St. Rockland, located right beside the post office.  For more information on the coffeehouse,  you can visit our website at www.thebluemooncoffeehouse.com.