Burlington based rock quintet Strangefolk will perform a free show on New Years Eve until the early hours of the
morning at The Cotton Club in Atlanta,
GA. The band will start immediately following the Gregg Allman & Friends New
Years Eve show at The Tabernacle. Strangefolk is already slotted to perform
prior to Gregg Allman & Friends that night. The Cotton Club is located downstairs
from the Tabernacle at 152 Luckie St. We want to give the fans who choose
to spend New Years with us something special to start out the year, said
Strangefolks Manager, Allen Ostroy. A free, all-night show seemed
like just the thing.
Strangefolk is a band with a 10-year touring history and a well-deserved reputation
for an attacking lead guitar, crystal 3-part harmonies, and an unyielding dedication
to high-energy live shows. The band has played over 1,000 shows in the U.S.
and Canada since 1992 and has released 5 studio albums. Strangefolk is presently
touring in support of their debut live album Coast to Coast a selection
of seven songs recorded at concerts between November 2001 and January 2002.
The late night show at the Cotton Club is all ages, free, and starts at approximately
12:30AM. The Cotton Club is located at 152 Luckie St., Atlanta, GA.
Strangefolk is Jon Trafton on lead guitar and vocals, Luke Patchen Montgomery
on guitar and vocals, Erik Glockler on bass and vocals, Don Scott on keyboards,
and Luke Smith on drums.