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Ian McFeron Band will play live at the Treehouse Café

The Ian McFeron Band will play a show on Saturday, Nov. 17 at the Treehouse Café.  - Jon Banfill photo
The Ian McFeron Band will play a show on Saturday, Nov. 17 at the Treehouse Café.
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The Ian McFeron Band from Seattle will play a concert at the Treehouse Café on Saturday, Nov. 17.

He will be joined by longtime musical partners and accompanists Alisa Milner on fiddle, Norman Baker on bass, and Mark Bateman on drums.

McFeron pulls from a variety of roots-Americana traditions to weave his own unique form of roots-oriented American music.

His sixth and newest album, “Summer Nights” was recorded and mixed in 10 days at Studio G! in East Nashville, Tenn. and was produced by Patty Griffin’s long-time guitarist and musical collaborator, Doug Lancio. The new offering features musical performances by Lancio as well as Ryan Adams and the Cardinals’ drummer Brad Pemberton, Ryan Adams’ bassist Billy Mercer, keyboardist and Seattle-native Micah Hulscher, and Milner on fiddle and cello.

“2011 was a big year for us,” McFeron notes. “We recorded the new album in Nashville with some of our heroes, toured the United States from coast to coast three times since, and played our first international tour.”

The 21-and-over show starts at 8 p.m.; admission is $10.

 

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