Seven To The Sea To Play At Charles And Myrtles Jan. 12

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Seven to the Sea makes a return visit to charles and myrtles on Jan. 12 at 8 p.m.

Seven to the Sea, from Nashville, plays a blend of bluegrass to folk, Celtic and rock. Seven to the Sea grew out of the Nashville Celtic music scene of the early 2000's.

About the group:

Travis Johnson and Tom Saffell played together on numerous occasions before coming together to produce a debut album as The Fells: "A Moral There Must Surely Be." With fiddler Jennifer Halenar, The Fells found regional success and toured regularly throughout the southeast.

After Jennifer's departure, they were  re-christened as "Seven to the Sea," and embarked on a somewhat different musical direction, allowing latent influences from far-flung styles to enter into the songwriting. The result is the current EP, "Above & Below - Part 1," which was released on July 1, 2017.

At this point, their goal is to build upon the past successes, with highlights such as opening for Alison Krauss and appearing on Music City Roots.



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