Friday, July 8, 2022

7:00 pm

The Wormdogs Album Release Show

Join us in celebrating the release of The Wormdogs new album, "Sunny Side Up"!
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Foam Presents: The Wormdogs featuring Long Gone John and Wolf van Elfmand

Join us in celebrating the release of The Wormdogs new album, "Sunny Side Up"!

The Wormdogs are a six piece bluegrass rock n roll group from Burlington, VT
Conceived in 2017 out of a mutual respect, friendship, and love of one another's musicianship~ their sound ranges from traditional old time to heavy folk-adelic to finger rippin bluegrass.Their instrumentation consists of a fiddle, mandolin, upright bass, both electric & acoustic guitars, and a drummer.

The whole band writes songs, taking turns singing and harmonizing. In their five years together The Wormdogs have released two full length records "Doggin is my Business" and "Hey Thanks" and they are so happy to be releasing their third full length at this show!

Long Gone John:

A hard travellin', folk singin', blue feelin', fingerpickin', tall tale teller. Inspired by aimless travels and the never-ending argument between the head and the heart; Long Gone John has found his voice in the humor of it’s troubles and recklessness of their beauty.

Once steeped heavily in the lush music scene of the Green Mountains; John was the creative force behind local favorite Tallgrass Getdown. Drawing from influences such as The Wood Brothers, The Devil Makes Three, Dr. John, Taj Mahal, The Band, Little Feat and many others, John wrote songs that were edgy, honest, soulful, and deep with a timeless element that somehow meshed seamlessly with carefully chosen covers and adaptations of traditional songs.

Wolf Van Elfmand:

Wolf van Elfmand makes songs and plays the guitar. His music explores genres within the realm of Americana from finger-picking country to good ol’ fashioned rock & roll. 2021 has been a busy year at Wolf HQ, he released 2 albums (All Blue in February and Gypsum in September) on top of recently resettling in Brooklyn after a long stint in Colorado. A live Wolf show is sure to make you smile, and possibly think, but not too hard


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