With 16 albums and over 2,300 live shows spanning a 24-year career, Carbon Leaf’s independent music and spirit continue to resonate with its fans into 2017.
Blending folk, Celtic, bluegrass, Americana and rock traditions into what the group calls Ether-Electrified Porch Music, the Virginia quintet’s songs of love, life, heartbreak and landscape are independently written, recorded and produced from their home studio in Richmond.
After 5 years of heavy touring and recording, Carbon Leaf reduced it’s 2016 road schedule to focus on some alternative projects, including the release of Nothing Rhymes With Woman, the third and final re-recorded album originally released through their formal record label in 2009. Along with completing new versions of Indian Summer (2004) and Love Loss Hope Repeat (2006), the band’s goal of regaining 100% ownership of their music catalogue was achieved.
The band’s music incorporates acoustic & electric guitars, mandolin, fiddle, bass, drums, cello, banjo, penny whistle, pedal steel, accordion and vocal harmony.
2017 will be another intense year of writing and recording for Carbon Leaf, with a U.S. tour planned behind the collection of new songs.
ME AND MY BROTHER is…
and Sam Wilson
Yep. grammatically incorrect. There are three of us, not 2. And none of us are actually blood related. Get over it.
Schuyler Fisk, Sam Wilson, and Carl Anderson all grew up in central Virginia and connected after all being fans of each other’s solo projects. Individually, they are all accomplished songwriters/ recording artists/ performers and have all had their own individual successes. Carl and Schuyler both having released 2 solo records of their own and Sam having released numerous albums as a part of his Americana rock band Sons of Bill (a band with his brothers Abe and James).
June 24, 2017
- $20 in advance
- $30 at the gate
Tickets go on sale March 10th.
Show: Me and My Brother 6:45-7:30PM, Carbon Leaf 8:00-10:00PM