JR & the Juniors / Lance Fahy / The Prairie Acre (early all-ages patio show)
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If you went, you might have heard
- June Apple
- Love, Please Come Home
- Sugar Hill
- Think of What You've Done
- Way Down In Texas/Ida Red
Lawrence's JR & the Juniors fired up in 2005 to play a show for free pizza and beer. The twangy outfit has since become a staple of the Mass. St. tour circuit, spreading good cheer with a Blue Mountain mashup of country, bluegrass, folk, blues and jug band music.
Performances by Lawrence singer-songwriter Lance Fahy range from mellow to psycho, rock, country, bluegrass, and beyond — originals and covers made to order.
Lawrence's old-timey bluegrass quartet The Prairie Acre pack a hootenanny-caliber yawp with hearty heapings of clawhammer banjo and traditional fiddle. The band's repertoire primarily spans public domain songs, but joyous originals are interspersed without skipping a beat. Bring Grandma, bring the kids, and don't forget the lemonade 'cause the whole family is gonna be dancing something fierce. Listen to our podcast interview with the band..