Cleverly coordinated concert coming to Crossings
The Sudden Lovelys are husband-wife duo who try to invoke many moods in their music. Daniel Ferraro writes, plays guitar, sings and stomps on the steamer trunk as wife Paige sings, slaps a cymbal with a tambourine and plays a slew of funky hand percussion.
The two will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday Feb. 22 at Crossings in Zumbrota.
In 2012, after recording an album intended for the entire family titled “In a Musical World,” the Lovelys released a double album of studio recordings called “Fiasco.”
The aggressive folk artists from Minneapolis say they are proud of what they’re able to accomplish independently, adding while performing their biggest joy is the connection shared with a responsive audience.
Playing more than 100 shows a year, the duo started promoting “A Lovely Night” as a regular part of their booking, saying they love meeting new people while sharing their music in a more intimate setting.
“They’re a great time and the level of connection tends to be beyond compare,” Daniel said. Living rooms, basements and garages are not off limits – and it’s easier than you might think, he adds.
The Sudden Lovelys’ new album, “Brave and Alive,” comes out March 18, with an album release show set for Saturday March 22 at the Icehouse in Minneapolis.
Tickets for next Saturday’s show in Zumbrota are $15 in advance, $18 day of show. To reserve tickets, visit www.crossingsatcarnegie.com, stop in to Crossings at Carnegie at 320 East Ave. or call 507-732-7616.
For more information about the duo, check out www.thesuddenlovelys.com.
If you go …
Who: Sudden Lovelys
When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday Feb. 22
Where: Crossings at Carnegie, 320 East Ave., Zumbrota
Cost: $15 in advance, $18 at the door