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Carolina Chocolate Drops

Date/Time

Aug 31, 2013
08:00 PM

Description

Carolina Chocolate Drops has proudly reclaimed the African-American string band tradition. While old-time music is often associated with white Appalachia, the Chocolate Drops reveal the celebratory, interconnected currents running through blues, country and bluegrass, bringing brash, youthful energy to music rooted in the red soil of the southern Piedmont.

The Carolina Chocolate Drops concerts, The New York Times declared, were “an end-to-end display of excellence… They dip into styles of Southern black music from the 1920s and ’30s—string-band music, jug-band music, fife and drum, early jazz—and beam their curiosity outward. They make short work of their instructive mission and spend their energy on things that require it: flatfoot dancing, jug playing, shouting.”

Cost

Front & Center Reserved $39, General Admission $33, Members $28

Location

View map Colonial Theatre, Bethlehem
2050 Main Street
Bethlehem, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Colonial Theatre

Phone

603-869-3422

Contact name

Stephen Dignazio

Contact email

gotoshow@bethlehemcolonial.org

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