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Live Music

Gypsy Lumberjacks, Matthew and the Hope

When: Wed., Oct. 1, 8 p.m. 2014

Gypsy Lumberjacks are a Minneapolis based Americana band with a sound consisting of a mix of World Beat, Flamenco, Caribbean, Gypsy Jazz and Bluegrass. With such a range of influences, there is something for everyone to latch on to in the music. Known for never performing with a set list, Gypsy Lumberjacks prefer to rely on each other's leads and changes. This isn't to say that the songs fall into a set pattern. The Lumberjacks rarely play a song the exact same way twice or in the same order. Even after touring relentlessly for nearly five years now, the older songs are still evolving and finding new life any given night they are performed. Not to mention that new songs are consistently being introduced into the repertoire (which now boasts nearly four hours of original music and countless covers). This show is a 'can't miss' for any lover of live music looking to broaden their musical horizons with a fresh energetic take on what defines Americana today.

Price: $5