The Honey Dewdrops (2019)

Modern acoustic Americana with gorgeous harmonies

Wed, 23/01/2019 Southsea *SOLD OUT* Tea Tray Cafe
Thu, 24/01/2019 Glossop Cellar Bar Sessions
Fri, 25/01/2019 Horsley, Northumberland Hearth Cafe
Sat, 26/01/2019 Eyemouth Hippodrome
Sun, 27/01/2019 Newport on Tay The Rio (Dundee Acoustic Music Club)
Tue, 29/01/2019 Glasgow Celtic Connections
Wed, 30/01/2019 Manchester Carlton Club
Thu, 31/01/2019 Bradford on Avon West Barn
Fri, 01/02/2019 Malvern Elmslie House
Sat, 02/02/2019 Huddersfield *SOLD OUT* Carlile Institute
Sun, 03/02/2019 Sheffield Cafe #9
Tue, 05/02/2019 Frodsham Helsby Bluegrass Club – contact us for details
Wed, 06/02/2019 Lowdham The Old Ship Inn
Thu, 07/02/2019 London Green Note
Fri, 08/02/2019 Worth Matravers Square & Compass
Sat, 09/02/2019 Farnham Sands Room Sessions
Sun, 10/02/2019 Clacton House concert – contact us for details

Hailing from Virginia, The Honey Dewdrops settled in Baltimore in 2014 after a long stretch of living on the road. This outstanding Americana/roots duo (Laura The Honey Dewdrops cropped lo resWortman and Kagey Parrish) has been touring full time for almost 10 years throughout North America, and made their first European foray in late 2016 on Germany’s Bluegrass Jamboree tour. True North Music is delighted to be bringing The Honey Dewdrops back to Europe in early 2019 for their debut UK tour!

With gorgeous vocal harmonies and a versatile musical set-up that includes clawhammer banjo, mandolin, harmonica and guitars, the duo treats listeners to a raft of memorable, beautifully performed songs. Although undeniably steeped in old-time music, bluegrass and country, The Honey Dewdrops manage to exquisitely encompass both traditional and modern in their unique sound. The pair have released four albums, and are working on their upcoming release. Both recordings and live performances have received glowing reviews, often described as “mesmerising,” and “evocative”.

Just one of the highlights from an outstanding album, the song Same Old mines some of the territory of Gillian Welch and David Rawlings, with lilting banjo, gorgeous harmonies and tasteful pedal steel, and exemplifies this duo’s simple yet beautiful music.” —NPR Music