Paonia duo Honey Don’t next up at KAFM Radio Room
Honey, don’t forget to get tickets for the upcoming show featuring Honey Don’t, a duo that is also half of the Paonia-based old-time bluegrass band Sweet Sunny South.
The concert with Bill Powers (guitar) and Shelly Gray (bass) will begin at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 27, at the KAFM Radio Room, 1310 Ute Ave.
As Honey Don’t, the married duo write and perform American string band music and original songs as well as covers of new and old music, ranging from Americana to folk, country, old-time, bluegrass and good old rock ‘n’ roll.
“Out of the chute this band has a style, a sound and a defined point of view as distinctive and compelling as those of the finest roots outfit extant. Crackling with life and overflowing with soul, its music rare and true, Honey Don’t exalts the human spirit,” says Dave McGee with TheBluegrassSpecial.com.
Dave Higgs with Nashville Public Radio adds, Honey Don’t “has developed an immediate recognizable sound — a mixture of bluegrass and old-time propelled by some sharply crafted tunes with some real meat on them.”
The Radio Room is a live music venue in an intimate environment with only 75 seats and great acoustics.
Because of the limited space, it’s recommended to reserve seats early. Tickets are $15 and can be purchase by calling 241-8801, ext. 206, or at http://www.kafmradio.org.
— Compiled by Tammy Gemaehlich