“Owing much in mood to the timeless qualities found in the music of Nick Drake, acoustic John Martyn, and Pentangle” — Lahri Bond Dirty Linen
The roots of the earliest Ebin-Rose gigs go back over 25 years to their very first performences at The Buttonwood Tree. For them every gig feels like a trip home.
Since their debut as a trio at the Katharine Hepburn theater the inclusion of Bobo on upright bass has brought Ebin-Rose Trio into a more free form unit. Their Four CD’s “Bare Wires”, “Wind Pictures”, “Bright As the Sun” and “Live From The Buttonwood Tree” receive a broad range of airplay both online and on college radio. Ahead of this years show the band will release a new EP of covers of Nick Drake, Paul Wheeler/John Martyn & Sandy denny, the songs that shaped the band.”Rose’s voice and Ebin’s guitar work as a flowing musical mosaic…the sum being greater than the parts,” — Ken Bastura, musicHound folk The Essential Album Guide / Frogbelly Folk News
“Awash with soft accents, guitar flourishes, finger-picked fineries, and seductively sung vocals, this is a sonic treat for all”. — Dirty Linen,
“Owing much in mood to the timeless qualities found in the music of Nick Drake, acoustic John Martyn, and Pentangle” — Dirty Linen
“Parker’s technique on the fretboard and Bengtson’s vocals evoke the best of what has been termed “folk Music” — (Scott Appel, Recording Artist)
The Local Honey Project offers a sonic experience ranging from the emotionally-rich acoustic song to a driving rock pulse. The project features the songwriting of Erin Smith and Frank Natter, whose songs lead audiences to appreciate Local Honey both in its intimate acoustic form as well as in an electric band arrangement, which is powered by a changeable line up of Connecticut River Valley’s finest players. In the spirit of Neil Young’s stinging edge, Pink Floyd’s epic flow, and CSN’s nuanced harmonies, The Local Honey Project presents a limitlessly fresh memorable sound.