Shannon McNally

Shannon McNally

The DuPont Brothers

Friday, July 20

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$15.00 - $20.00

This event is 21 and over

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Shannon McNally
Shannon McNally
Born in New York but simultaneously roughed up and refined by New Orleans and Mississippi, Shannon McNally has cut a singular path through the musical landscape - one that includes a Grammy nomination and a place on the stage with a who's who of rock, country and soul: Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Bonnie Raitt, Vince Gill, Levon Helm, Charlie Sexton, Dr. John, Bobby Rush, Luther and Cody Dickinson, and Derek Trucks.

McNally's soulful melodies and gritty, time-stopping vocals made her the embodiment of the Americana genre alongside such male stars as Jakob Dylan with Wallflowers and Adam Duritz with Counting Crows.

Most recently, McNally has teamed with Americana legend Rodney Crowell, who took the producer's chair for her most recent album, "Black Irish," a collection of transcendent folk-blues and country-rock songs that solidify her place as a peerless Americana songwriter and performer.
The DuPont Brothers
The DuPont Brothers
Zack and Sam DuPont are a Burlington, Vt.-based, sibling indie-folk-Americana duo. Since the start of the band in March 2013, the brothers have toured heavily in a fully independent pursuit to get their songs to as many ears as possible. This June, the brothers release their sophomore effort, “A Riddle For You.” Versatile songwriting modes, blood harmonies, and finger-style guitar arrangements have opened doors to support a wide variety of national acts including Grace Potter, Sturgill Simpson, Bahamas, Jerry Douglas, Langhorne Slim, Blake Mills, Howie Day, The Lone Bellow, Ben Sollee, Horse Feathers, Chris Eldridge and Julian Lage.

The brothers themselves described their sound to an interview thusly: "Our sound is much more independent folk music," Zack said. "We're much more folk, certainly more similar to Simon and Garfunkel than Steve Earle. But we do have a little bit of Americana, but there isn't too much twang…. If Gillian Welch and David Rawlings had a baby with Surfjan Stevens and Sun Kil Moon, it would sound like us," he said. "That'd be a weird baby," Sam answered.
Venue Information:
Club Helsinki
405 Columbia St
Hudson, NY, 12534