Latest Fruition Articles
Portland’s Fruition is on fire these days and has just added eight November shows to their touring itinerary.
Michigan’s Greensky Bluegrass continued a climb up the Atlanta venue ladder with a guest-filled show at The Tabernacle featuring opening set from Fruition.
Listen to soundboard audio of the Tom Petty covers Fruition has played at every show since the legendary musician’s tragic death.
On Saturday night Greensky Bluegrass headlined Red Rocks with support from Fruition. Check out photos and videos from the evening.
Last night Greensky Bluegrass welcomed members of Fruition to sit-in during their show at Taos Mesa Brewing in El Prado, New Mexico.
Watch Greensky Bluegrass and Fruition team up for a collaborative encore on Saturday night in Southern California.
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Latest Fruition Setlist
Fruition at The Blue Cow Pavilion
- The Meaning
- I Don't Mind
- I Can't Stop
- Come On, Get In
- Never Again
- Early Morning Wake Up
- The Wanter
- Meet Me on the Mountain
- I've Got a Feeling
- Mountain Annie
- Above the Line
- Labor of Love
Fruition has been showcasing their captivating brand of Folk, Soul, Grass and Rock ‘n Roll to the West Coast since 2008. In the last few years they have expanded to the greater US scene, playing theaters, bars, street corners and Music Festivals all over the country (SXSW, High Sierra Music Fest, Yarmony Grass, String Summit, Oregon Country Fair, Omaha Summerfest and many more.)
This year they’re hitting it even harder – they opened for Railroad Earth at the Crystal Ballroom (Portland, OR) for NYE, and are venturing out on a several-month tour that will hit all corners of the USA. They’ve shared stages with a range of popular bands- ALO, Greensky Bluegrass, Yonder Mountain Stringband, Scott Law, Everclear, Railroad Earth, Furthur, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Leftover Salmon, Elephant Revival, Hot Buttered Rum, Delhi 2 Dublin, Infamous Stringdusters, Great American Taxi, Danny Barnes, Head for the Hills, and many many more.
In June of 2013, they will be putting out a new full-length album that will surely thrust them from opening-slots and small stages to headlining gigs and large capacity venues. Don’t sleep on Fruition, catch ’em while you can!