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Gracie Day, Auburn Mode, and The Girls From Ruby Falls

Infinity Hartford


Fri, September 14, 2018
Hartford, CT
Show: 8:30 PM

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Price: $15 - $29

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Folk / Folk Rock / Singer-Songwriter
Gracie Day, Auburn Mode, and The Girls From Ruby Falls

Come support 3 incredible local bands at Infinity Hall Hartford! Gracie Day is again up for even more New England Music Awards, as Gracie and the band continue to perform at venues all throughout Northeast, but still call Infinity Hall home! 

The Auburn Mode is a multi faceted 6 piece band that plays everything from roots rock to jazz. The group features musicians from the Hartford, CT area, with a focus on vocal harmonies and energetic live performances.

Leading off the night is one of our favorite folkgrass bands, The Girls From Ruby Falls. Another huge support of local live music, check out Heather Fay Dawson’s “Amplify” series on CPTV! Check out the videos on all of these bands and we will see you in September!

Gracie Day

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Artist Bio

Gracie Day is currently nominated as 2018's "Female Performer of the Year" and "Best in State - CT" by the New England Music Awards, an organization that acknowledges independent, original acts across all six states. After releasing her first EP in November of 2017 and winning "Best New Act" at NEMA, Day is quickly getting noticed for her songwriting, singing and performances. She was a semi-finalist in the international Unsigned Only Songwriting Contest, and was selected for a showcase at the prestigious Durango Songwriter's Expo, a convention for professional songwriters and industry pros. Day travels back and forth from Nashville while recording her new songs at the famous Sound Emporium where everyone from Johnny Cash to Alabama Shakes has recorded. Gracie Day's latest single, "Tennessee" is steadily climbing on Spotify, gaining thousands of plays. 

Previously based in Hartford, and now in Central Massachusetts, Day was named “Best Folk Band” in CTNow’s Best of Hartford Reader’s Poll for 2017. The genre “Folk”, though a large influence on Day’s lyric writing, doesn’t quite describe the mixture of rock, soul and country in her sound. Gracie Day is now working with a new line-up and playing larger stages all over New England, with plans to tour further next year. With Joel Rines on bass, Brooks Milage on keys and Duncan Arsenault on drums, Gracie's earnest voice and heartfelt storytelling cuts through a landscape of dynamic sound and thoughtful arrangement. Gracie Day is currently releasing singles while working on her first full-length album. Meanwhile, make sure you catch a performance on a stage near you. 


Auburn Mode

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The Girls from Ruby Falls

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Raised like wildflowers, left loose to drink rain or tears, to turn sunlight into nourishment for ourselves. In the mud of the Tennessee River, we grew to blossom and fight off threats with our thorns.

Of course, one of us always had more thorns than blossoms.

We're Iris and Laurel Caulthorn, the Girls from Ruby Falls. We have a full score of stories to tell you; songs we sang to the moon and the ghosts in the woods. Some of them are about love, of course, both the kind you regret and the kind you mourn. Some of them are about our daddy and his whiskey; our mama and her weeping heart. Some of them are about blood.

We’d like to sing them to you, like we used to sing them to the ghosts...


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