Supertone presents: Sierra Ferrell, Jackson Lynch

/ Jul

Supertone presents: Sierra Ferrell, Jackson Lynch

Front Room
07:00 pm
$10 adv / $12 door

Sunday July 28th

SUPERTONE presents

Sierra Ferrell!
with Jackson Lynch (of Jackson and the Janks)

$10 adv / $12 door | 18+ | 7PM Doors / 8PM Show

Advance Tickets ::
Also available locally (cash only, no fees) at
outdated: an antique café // Rocket Number Nine
Jack’s Rhythms // Darkside Records // Woodstock Music Shop

Wicked and wild, her sirens call an oil spill, floating atop thee languid waves of torment, a nanny-nanny-bew-bew to the ocean beneath, she caresses thee buoying masses, holding them aloft with thee effortless grace of a branch-bearing dove. Born from the dark, rich soil of West Virginia, raised in the clear, hop-scented country air, Sierra Ferrell cut her teeth on the rail lines, truck stops, street corners, and dingy, dimly lit listening rooms all across the land, belting out her old-time melodies, a sorcery, drawing her patrons, ever more deeply, into her animated tapestry of forlorn, star-crossed love, of longing, poverty, of suffering and triumph, encompassing that irreconcilable thrum of the human spirit and all the complexities of emotion that come with it.


In these unadorned recordings, Jackson Lynch moves through delta blues and 1920s country, honoring the craft and sound of old American forms while also performing in his own style for his own era. The word at the tip of the tongue is “timeless,” but Lynch plays with a kind of care and knowledge that edifies. Listeners steeped in this history will appreciate the new life these recordings convey, while new fans ought to savor these songs as the first step in a long look back.