Cabinet

Chameleon Club presents

Cabinet

Josh Albright, The Coal Town Rounders

Sat, November 24, 2012

8:00 pm

Chameleon Club

$10.00

This event is 18 and over

Cabinet
Cabinet
Combining a penchant for bluegrass-inflected instrumentation and a knack for extending selections into crowd-pleasing jams, Ropeadope Records band Cabinet’s name continues to reach more and more listeners. Performing at clubs, theaters and festivals, the sextet — J.P. Biondo (mandolin, vocals), Pappy Biondo (banjo, vocals), Mickey Coviello (acoustic guitar, vocals), Todd Kopec (fiddle, vocals), Dylan Skursky (double bass, electric bass) and Jami Novak (drums, percussion) — has earned a reputation as a live act that should not be missed. Cabinet has landed headlining performances at venues like the revered Mauch Chunk Opera House in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains region, coveted support slots with bands such as Railroad Earth and shows alongside New Riders of the Purple Sage, Keller Williams, Hot Buttered Rum, Emmit-Nershi Band and Dark Star Orchestra.

Now listeners that haven’t experienced the Cabinet experience in person will no longer be left out, thanks to a live album on Ropeadope Records. The tracks are culled from concerts in Cabinet’s homebase of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, as well as from shows in Erie and Cleveland, both popular stops on Cabinet’s touring routes.

Cabinet is a band that has outgrown any “regional favorite” tag and has progressed to a broader fanbase, all while retaining their signature sound. The band self-released a debut album, “Cabinet,” before signing with Ropeadope, which took notice and re-released that album digitally.

Cabinet formed in 2006, bringing together players from various musical and personal backgrounds. Some of the members are barely old enough to drink legally, but their thirst for older music is unquenchable. Whether its rustic “American Beauty”-era Grateful Dead or old-timey bluegrass, Cabinet has digested it all. But that is not to say that Cabinet recreates older styles. No, this is music that might have its roots in the past, but it is current and vibrant, with a sense of celebrating the now.
Josh Albright
Josh Albright
Josh began his music career later than most. Only picking up a guitar at the age of 20, he quickly fell in love with creating music. Josh has since played his original music in 25 states, as well as a couple of shows in Canada.

He resides in NYC where he frequents some of the city's most well known venues. He is often on the road playing everywhere he can. Josh is releasing his second album the fall and will begin his second national tour shortly after.
Venue Information:
Chameleon Club
223 North Water Street
Lancaster, PA, 17603
http://www.chameleonclub.net/