Yarn and The Brummy Brothers to Perform at Red Square on Valentine’s Day

On Friday, February 14th, Yarn, a Brooklyn based band with members originally from Schenectady will take the stage at Red Square. These fellas have cultivated a following across the United States to which the fans affectionately call themselves the “Yarmy.” Perhaps it is the incessant touring that attracts old and new fans, but more likely Blake Christiana’s art of song crafting captivates and rivets the world of Roots Americana.


The Brummy Brothers will be making their debut appearance in Albany as they open for Yarn. After spending a few weeks in the recording studio, these bluegrass rockers are ready to stretch their legs for a lively night of song and dance. Eric (mandolin) and Dave Brumberg (upright bass) were joined by Andrew Morris (guitar) and Russell Gottlieb (banjo) in 2012 to form The Brummy Brothers, touring the Northeast heavily. These New Jersey boys would inspire all to “shake their brum.” Doors are at 8 pm, show starts at 9pm. Don’t miss this one! Pick up tickets at the door for only $10.

The Brummy Brothers



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