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Thursday April 5, 2018

Just Announced: Rives Theatre invites you to a special Social Hour before the music begins! Join the Rives Theatre gang for an hour of relaxation, pizza, and half priced drinks from 7:00-8:00. (show ticket required). Don't miss this rockin night of fun and incredible music. Also, the advanced ticket price of $12 will be honored until 8:00, so if  you don't have your tickets yet, join the Social Hour and save. 


The War and Treaty: the name itself represents the pull between trauma and tranquility, music inspired by darkness and despair that ultimately finds a higher spiritual purpose. 

“The War and Treaty takes listeners through a soulful yet folksy journey” — Susan Diranian (CBS DC)

The couple has secured the services of musicians whose skills add a distinctive sound to The War and Treaty’s blend of roots music, blue grass,folk, gospel and soul. Recorded in Albion, Michigan, Down to the River boasts a sound that’s both stirring and sensual, driven by joy, determination and an unceasing upward gaze. The music is visceral but never morose, flush with emotion but void of despair… a style that touches on a variety of genres, but never finds itself confined to anyone. The arrangements are uncluttered– harmonies, basslines, guitar and mandolin licks, settle drum patterns and keyboards create an immensely moving soundscape — but the sentiments and emotions are fully realized and soar with a steady, chilling assurance.

Forlorn Strangers is a quintet based out of Nashville, Tennessee. The band is a collective of five songwriters, each having their own distinct styles that blend into one unmistakable voice. Their sound delves into all reaches of American roots music, driven by foot-stomping percussion and soaring family harmonies.

The Forlorn Strangers are on an entirely new stratosphere of unique and intricate music. - Mind Equals Blown

The band released their self-titled, debut full-length album in August 2016. Forlorn Strangers was recorded at John Prine’s Nashville studio The Butcher Shoppe, and produced by Grammy winner Phil Madeira. Since then, they have continued to tour nationwide, heavily in the southeast. They are currently writing and recording material for a new record to be released in 2018.

Tickets: Buy 'em HERE!

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