House Concert on Concord: Indian Summer Jars 6/2/2012

Indian Summer JarsIndian Summer Jars is energetic and authentic. “Stirring and earnest without ever straying into the melodramatic,” says Jeff Royer, chief editor of Fly Magazine. Their original music is folksinger/songwriter driven lyrically, but has its roots in blues, bluegrass, and pop rock.

A duo formed in 2006, the two Sarah’s “… set off a fireworks display of harmonies over-top of rootsy, often Celtic, undertones.” Since they formed, the duo has recorded two full length albums. The first was an independent release in 2008, Similar, and the second project called Catalyst released in 2011, produced under folk/indie label Radio Vibe Records. In 2012, they released a digital-only single called Over the Garden Walls, available for download here.

Opening up for the Irish band, Altan, at the Carlisle Theatre was a highlight of their 2011 schedule. These women hold their own on a large stage working with a full band as well as in the corner of a local bar.  The song “Runaway Train” from Similar received recognition from the Susquehanna Folk Society for the 2008 Singer/Songwriter Showcase.

Don’t miss this opportunity to catch Indian Summer Jars in an intimate house concert setting at our Wood Stove House location in Lancaster City!

Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Doors at 7:00 pm – Music at 8:00 pm
  • Light refreshments
  • Bring a snack to share (optional)
  • BYOB for alcohol (optional)
  • Age 14+
  • Location: Lancaster City
  • Directions will be sent with reservation confirmation
  • $15-$20 suggested donation per seat
  • Advanced reservations REQUIRED
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