The Slambovian Circus of Dreams have been called "the hillbilly Pink Floyd," which is an apt description, particularly if you throw in elements of Incredible String Band, Neil Young, The Band, Dylan, and maybe even some Frank Zappa as well. This spring 2015 the band finishes a year long tour of the U.K., US and Canada where they spread their contagious brand of quirky Americana promoting the 2014 release of "A Box of Everything" -- their Sony Red distributed "greatest hits you never heard". Now beginning work on their sixth studio album, "A Very Unusual Head," Joziah Longo, (lead singer/songwriter for the band) describes the new bundle of songs as "A notebook of music about those go-to topics: meta-physical science and religion, poking fun with scorching humor at the state of the world, and a few anthemic beauties that will hopefully sweep everyone off their feet for a moment -- the sound may be more adventurous this time -- we've always had a bit of psychedelic grit that steals from our British cousins." For the uninitiated, the band's all over the map melodic avant folk conjures Tom Petty, Dinosaur Jr., and a fuller Buffalo Tom. Equal parts Washington Irving and Woodstock, the band taps a broad palette of styles ranging from dusty Americana ballads to huge Pink Floydesque cinematic anthems. Playing art school roots-rock, trad folk and a moody but uplifting americana, they possess an extensive instrumental arsenal (accordion, cello, mandolin, theremin). The entire root system of Rock Family Trees is embedded in Longo's voice"-- The Big Issue, Scotland, U.K.
When: Oct 8, 2016 7pm to Oct 8, 2016 10pm in Sterling, MA Cost: $25.00 in advance $30.00 day of show978-365-2043
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The Town of Sterling Massachusetts was founded in 1781 and is located in the Worcester County area and is set at the foothills of Mount Wachusett. Sterling was named for the Earl of Sterling, a Scottish Lord.
Sterling is home of Mary Sawyer of "Mary had a little lamb" fame. There is a statue of the lamb in the Town Common which attracts many visitors each year.
Every year during the month of September the Sterling Town Fair attracts many people from near and far who enjoy the many attractions of the fair which include horse and oxen pulls as well as game booths, rides, food and music and much much more!