Wed Jun 26 2024

8:00 PM - 10:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Backstage at The Green Hotel

Backstage at The Green Hotel The Muirs Kinross KY13 8AS

£22.00

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For more than a dozen years, Massy Ferguson have proudly planted their boots on both sides of the country-rock divide, carving out their own brand of amplifed Americana along the way. Based in Seattle, they've become international torchbearers of a sound that's distinctly American, with a touring history that spans nine different countries. On their fifth album, Great Divides, they double down on their rock & roll roots, mixing bar-band twang with raw, guitar-driven bang. Gluing those sounds together is the songwriting partnership of bass-playing frontman Ethan Anderson and guitarist Adam Monda, whose songs spin stories of small-town adolescence, big-city adulthood, and the long miles of highway that stretch between.

A little about our newest album:

"On their sixth full-length studio album, Joe’s Meat and Grocery, Massy Ferguson doubles down on their rock & roll roots, mixing bar-band twang with a raw, guitar-driven bang. Gluing those sounds together is the songwriting partnership of bass-playing frontman Ethan Anderson and guitarist Adam Monda. Their songs spin stories of small-town adolescence, big-city adulthood, and the long miles of highway that stretch in between.

Joe’s Meat and Grocery, named after the family store Monda’s grandpa ran in early-1900s Wenatchee, WA, continues that tradition of northwest blue-collar and does so in montage-form, zooming into various scenes from the lives of co-writers Anderson and Monda in four-minute increments. The details are rich, the context implied, and the writing is stunningly simple, like the literal minimalism of Anderson’s favorite authors: Cormac McCarthy, Raymond Carver, Dennis Johnson, and Willie Vlautin. Songs like “Miles Away” and “Save What Couldn’t Be Saved” give dual blasts of heartland-worthy hooks and the kind of minimalistic honesty that the album title suggests."

"Seattle band Massy Ferguson further cement their alt country /roots rock status with another solid new album Victory & Ruins. The thirteen song collection focuses on the easy going narrative vocal styling of Ethan Anderson, who is mix between Tom Petty and Steve Earl." - No Depression (US)

EMS Presents
Massy Ferguson

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    For more than a dozen years, Massy Ferguson have proudly planted their boots on both sides of the country-rock divide, carving out their own brand of amplifed Americana along the way. Based in Seattle, they've become international torchbearers of a sound that's distinctly American, with a touring history that spans nine different countries. On their fifth album, Great Divides, they double down on their rock & roll roots, mixing bar-band twang with raw, guitar-driven bang. Gluing those sounds together is the songwriting partnership of bass-playing frontman Ethan Anderson and guitarist Adam Monda, whose songs spin stories of small-town adolescence, big-city adulthood, and the long miles of highway that stretch between.

    “Massy Ferguson have put together an excellent mix of rock and country twang on their very impressive debut record" -- John Richards 90.3FM KEXP Morning Show Host (US), Producer

    "Run It Right into The Wall is a solid slice of gritty roots rock music which deserves a listen. The band also have a fine live reputation" -- Blabber n Smoke (UK)

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EMS Presents

Massy Ferguson

Wed Jun 26 2024 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Backstage at The Green Hotel Kinross
Massy Ferguson

£22.00 All Ages

For more than a dozen years, Massy Ferguson have proudly planted their boots on both sides of the country-rock divide, carving out their own brand of amplifed Americana along the way. Based in Seattle, they've become international torchbearers of a sound that's distinctly American, with a touring history that spans nine different countries. On their fifth album, Great Divides, they double down on their rock & roll roots, mixing bar-band twang with raw, guitar-driven bang. Gluing those sounds together is the songwriting partnership of bass-playing frontman Ethan Anderson and guitarist Adam Monda, whose songs spin stories of small-town adolescence, big-city adulthood, and the long miles of highway that stretch between.

A little about our newest album:

"On their sixth full-length studio album, Joe’s Meat and Grocery, Massy Ferguson doubles down on their rock & roll roots, mixing bar-band twang with a raw, guitar-driven bang. Gluing those sounds together is the songwriting partnership of bass-playing frontman Ethan Anderson and guitarist Adam Monda. Their songs spin stories of small-town adolescence, big-city adulthood, and the long miles of highway that stretch in between.

Joe’s Meat and Grocery, named after the family store Monda’s grandpa ran in early-1900s Wenatchee, WA, continues that tradition of northwest blue-collar and does so in montage-form, zooming into various scenes from the lives of co-writers Anderson and Monda in four-minute increments. The details are rich, the context implied, and the writing is stunningly simple, like the literal minimalism of Anderson’s favorite authors: Cormac McCarthy, Raymond Carver, Dennis Johnson, and Willie Vlautin. Songs like “Miles Away” and “Save What Couldn’t Be Saved” give dual blasts of heartland-worthy hooks and the kind of minimalistic honesty that the album title suggests."

"Seattle band Massy Ferguson further cement their alt country /roots rock status with another solid new album Victory & Ruins. The thirteen song collection focuses on the easy going narrative vocal styling of Ethan Anderson, who is mix between Tom Petty and Steve Earl." - No Depression (US)

Massy Ferguson

Massy Ferguson

Pop

For more than a dozen years, Massy Ferguson have proudly planted their boots on both sides of the country-rock divide, carving out their own brand of amplifed Americana along the way. Based in Seattle, they've become international torchbearers of a sound that's distinctly American, with a touring history that spans nine different countries. On their fifth album, Great Divides, they double down on their rock & roll roots, mixing bar-band twang with raw, guitar-driven bang. Gluing those sounds together is the songwriting partnership of bass-playing frontman Ethan Anderson and guitarist Adam Monda, whose songs spin stories of small-town adolescence, big-city adulthood, and the long miles of highway that stretch between.

“Massy Ferguson have put together an excellent mix of rock and country twang on their very impressive debut record" -- John Richards 90.3FM KEXP Morning Show Host (US), Producer

"Run It Right into The Wall is a solid slice of gritty roots rock music which deserves a listen. The band also have a fine live reputation" -- Blabber n Smoke (UK)

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£22.00 (£20.00 + £2.00 Fees, excluding any delivery costs)

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TicketWeb are committed to supporting grassroots & independent music across the UK and are proud to partner with & support the work of the Music Venue Trust. A 50p contribution from the booking fee on each ticket goes directly to maintain and sustain this venue. For more info on the work the Music Venues Trust does to support grassroots venues in the UK please visit www.musicvenuetrust.com