Underhill Rose, Strada Italiano and Sazerac of Asheville are joining forces to support the funding of the next Underhill Rose album. On Wednesday, Jan. 9, Underhill Rose members Eleanor Underhill, Molly Rose and Salley Williamson will be performing songs slated for their upcoming album and meeting with fans at the famed Asheville eateries (27 & 29 Broadway Street) beginning at 6:30 p.m. The event offers a rare opportunity to hear the music that will make up the second Underhill Rose release, and provide supporters and potential donors with a chance to get to know the band.
“This is a great opportunity for us to share the songs from the new album and raise money for the recording process,” said Molly Rose, singer and guitarist.
The event is open to the public; with live music to begin at 6:30 p.m. in Strada Italiano.
The band has set a donation goal of $15,000 through the crowd funding website Kickstarter. “We will only reach this target if our fans donate and encourage their friends and family to do the same,” said Salley Williamson, upright bass player. “And keep in mind, the $15,000 goal must be met by the cut off at 11:59 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 12. If we don’t raise that much money, Underhill Rose will not receive any of the donations and the money remains with the people who pledged. We need our fans now, more than ever.”
For more information on Underhill Rose or to make a donation to the new album campaign, visit underhillrose.com or kickstarter.com/projects/602449590/underhill-roses-new-album.
Category: Asheville Music