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Chance McCoy’s influence on the modern world of bluegrass stretches far and wide. He’s earned Old Crow Medicine Show a Grammy for best folk album in 2014 and injected a healthy dose of Appalachian energy into the the live shows of Mumford and Sons, Willie Nelson and Margo Price to name a few. Now as he’s set to release is first LP ‘Wander Wide’ this “incredible multi-instrumentalist” (Music City) brings the sound of West Virginia to The Wardrobe Theatre.
Joining McCoy for a double headline set is Seattle-based guitarist Eli West. We recently witnessed esteemed folk musicians Martin Simpson and Richard Hawley utterly floored by Eli West’s skill and after hearing his sublime fingerstyle music it’s easy to see why.