Autumn Hollow’s Winter Harvest

Benefit for Coalition For Courage, featuring Will Dailey, Autumn Hollow, and The Rationales!

Friday Jan. 27, 8:00PM

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Tickets: General Admission
$20/Day of Show

Proceeds Benefit Coalition For Courage

Will Dailey:
Will Dailey & The Rivals pave a new path with their upcoming full length self titled album and first for Universal Republic Records. Breaking from an approach they employed on their last series of recordings, Will Dailey and his musical cohorts don’t stick to one simple theme, emotion, genre, or style this time out. Rather, the Boston group incorporates elements of introspective folk and invigorating pop into one big rock ‘n’ roll ride.

Autumn Hollow
The Autumn Hollow Band is an Americana four-piece derivative of its Boston roots and the collaborative musicianship of Brendan Murphy, Todd Sampson, Scott Marucci, and Mike Burke. They’ve split their three year tenure between playing live, encouraging the fellowship of area roots musicians and recording their first album. The resultant album is a mish-mash of the Grateful Dead and The Band, more Wilco than Son Volt, but is a sound all their own. The Autumn Holler gents make you want to flick a Bic, raise a beer and sing along.

The Rationales
A mix of power pop and alternative. Dripping with hooks & harmonies. Layers of sound. That’s the best way to sum up the music of the Rationales. Described as ‘soaring sounds of hope from the edge,’ this Boston quintet was formed in 2007 by singer-songwriter/guitarist David Mirabella. The band’s wax-and-wane lineup has settled into founding keyboardist Matt Goldfield, powerhouse rhythm section featuring
 Dave’s brother, Mike Mirabella (Scamper, The Future Everybody, The Brendan Boogie Band) on drums & backing vocals, and relocated Torontonian Sean Black (The Eines) on bass & backing vocals. Founding member Kevin McMahon lent his guitar and vocals to
the new record, shoes now filled by Pete Zeigler (Hey Now Morris Fader).

Coalition for Courage:
Coalition for Courage is a product of a few people who cared enough to make something happen, and the donors who had the faith to help support the mission. We are less about change through public policy, and more about living with kids and identifying real places where we can make a real difference – today.