Sami Braman Band with Sarah Kate Morgan at Foxhollow Farm
Sami Braman Band with Sarah Kate Morgan at Foxhollow Farm
Sami Braman Band with Sarah Kate Morgan at Foxhollow Farm


Sami Braman Band with Sarah Kate Morgan at Foxhollow Farm

Regular price $ 26.00
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General Admission
$ 25.00 + $ 1.00 ticket fee

Don't miss out on the upcoming house concert presented by Louisville Folk School and Foxhollow Farm! This special event features Sami Braman Band, led by the dynamic fiddle player and composer Sami Braman, and Sarah Kate Morgan, a National Mountain Dulcimer Champion and talented singer-songwriter. With a repertoire that draws from traditional roots music styles and beyond, this concert promises to be a vibrant celebration of music and community.

Tickets are available now for this first come, first seated show, so grab yours today and join us on April 16th for an unforgettable evening of live music at Foxhollow Farm Center.

Louisville Folk School and Foxhollow Farm present:

Sami Braman Band with Sarah Kate Morgan

Sunday, April 16

Doors at 4:00 pm with an old-time jam

Music at 6:00 pm

$25 in advance / $30 at the door

Only 50 tickets will be sold for this intimate, indoor, acoustic performance. Cash bar will be available on-site.

About Sami Braman and her new album, Riveter:
From the blazing hot bow of Sami Braman comes Riveter—the debut solo record of original fiddle tunes, inventively written and masterfully performed by the traditional roots wunderkind, co-produced by Braman and legendary fiddler Brittany Haas. Known from her work with longtime Pacific Northwest string band, The Onlies, and as a member of Willie Watson's band, here Braman celebrates the fiddle with a playful journey that, over the course of ten tracks, draws upon traditions from Appalachia to Ireland, Cape Breton to Norway, and beyond. Aptly named for the myriad fiddling styles Braman nimbly “rivets” together, Riveter pulses with an old-time groove throughout and Braman’s sheer joy in playing her instrument rolls off it all in waves. Within a musical tradition where fully original works are the exception, Braman sets herself apart—and her compositional chops are undeniable. Supported by a stringband of fellow Nashville-based pals (Emily Mann, Jake Stargel, and Frank Evans), she pushes us to imagine what traditionally inspired folk music can be.
About Sarah Kate Morgan:
Inspired by a dulcimer built by her grandfather, Tennessee-born Sarah Kate Morgan has been playing dulcimer since she was 7 years old. She went on to place 1st at the 2012 National Mountain Dulcimer Championships at Winfield, Kansas at the age of 18. Morgan is also a talented singer and songwriter whose style reflects and honors life in southern Appalachia. She has performed and/or recorded with roots music giants such as Tyler Childers, Alice Gerrard, and Erynn Marshall & Carl Jones. Having achieved degrees in Traditional Music, Appalachian Studies, and Arts Administration from Morehead State University, her work centers on a lived belief that art and tradition are living, breathing tools that foster hope, build community, and create change.
About the venue:
Foxhollow Farm is a certified biodynamic, grassfed Beef farm in Crestwood KY. As a biodynamic farm, we are concerned with the entire ecosystem of the farm, using only practices and materials that come from our land and animals. We provide our customers with 100% Grassfed and finished beef and lamb, and we provide our community with a space for connection to nature, art, and the spiritual world

Directions to Foxhollow Farm Center:
Follow directions to Foxhollow Farm on Google Maps by typing in "Foxhollow Farm." Do not type Foxhollow's address into other maps applications, as they will lead you astray. Once you reach Foxhollow Farm's tree-lined drive, continue straight. Once you reach the 4-way stop, continue straight. Loop around the circle drive and parking is straight ahead. There is additional parking if you continue straight to the end of the parking lot and look to your right. Once you park, you will walk back to the circle drive and go down the stairs to the main entrance of The Farm Center. Once down the stairs, look to your right and you will see the double glass doors leading you to the event space.