This show is SOLD OUT! The Lillies will be back in Pittsburgh for Music For MS 2015, see music4ms.org for more information.
Tickets are $15 in advance
and $20 at the door. Doors open @ 8:00 p.m. Over 21.
Our friends The Black Lillies are coming back to Pittsburgh Winery! Let’s show Cruz, Trisha Gene, Tom, Robert and Bowman a big Pittsburgh welcome! They will be making their way here fresh off the 2015 Cayamo Cruise!
“The Black Lillies are fronted by the best-matched male-female vocal duo since Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris,” says News OK. It sounds like an overstatement – unless you’ve heard the Black Lillies. Then it sounds like a reasonable claim.
The Black Lillies are a band for the ages, not the slick, soulless music that seems to get most of the radio airplay, but rich, rootsy tunes performed with as much heart as technical virtuosity. This commitment to authenticity has earned them accolades from outlets as diverse as Rolling Stone Magazine, who calls them one of “the most buzzworthy new acts in country and Americana,” and the Wall Street Journal, who praised their “rootsy flair … a winsome hybrid traditional enough to appeal to an Opry crowd and expansive enough to ensnare a broader audience.”
Their third and latest album, Runaway Freeway Blues, is a beautiful ode to restless spirits and rambling hearts – rooted in the mud-rutted switchbacks of Appalachia; it is the sound of a band that’s becoming something of a phenomenon across the country. That album conquered the Billboard Top 200 country charts and dominated Americana radio, spending three months in the top 5 on the radio charts and claiming the #18 spot on the Americana Music Association’s Top 100 Albums of 2013 (based on radio airplay). It was selected for dozens of Best of 2013 lists and caught the attention of NPR, CMT, Vanity Fair, American Songwriter, Guitar World, Garden & Gun and more for what Entertainment Weekly calls “strong roots-folk songwriting, sweet harmonies, and charismatic indie spirit.”
They’ve enthralled audiences at festivals ranging from Bonnaroo and South by Southwest to CMA Fan Fair and Stagecoach, won two Independent Music Awards, and played the Grand Ole Opry more than any other independent band.
The music is breakneck, brazen and beautiful; gentle Laurel Canyon folk, the honky-tonk heartache of classic country, winding jams and flat-out rock’n’roll; full of the spirit of the open road, heading down the highway and not about to stop anytime soon!