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The High and Wides with SKRIBE LIVE at Cult
February 17 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm$13
If a double dose of Americana can’t cure ya, nothing can.
The High & Wides project a big, driving sound—musical traditions re-imagined for a new century. With roots in urban Baltimore and the rural Delmarva peninsula, they draw on bluegrass backgrounds and weave in influences from new wave to old time to make music that defies boundaries while evoking the era when country, bluegrass, western swing, and early rock’n’roll mingled freely.
They have three albums: 2018’s “Lifted” (named for the gear theft that forced the band to re-record the completed album from scratch) and 2019’s “Seven True Stories” feature the band’s strong songwriting and arranging, and 2022’s “Blood: Family Harmony Classics” highlights their roots with covers of songs by groups such as the Kershaw Brothers, Maddox Brothers & Rose, and the Carter Family.
“The Apostles of Hillbilly Boogie” – Washington Post
Joining the bill is The Amazing Skribe.
Skribe has shared the stage with some amazing artists over the years:
The Decemberists, Delta Spirit, J Roddy Walston & The Business, Shakey Graves,The Drive By Truckers, The Devil Makes Three, Gregg Allman, Brandi Carlile, Briston Maroney, Tab Benoit, Darius Rucker, The Wood Brothers, G. Love & Special Sauce, Shovels & Rope, Yarn, Grace Potter, Samantha Fish, Patrick Sweaney, the list goes on forever.
He’s back at Cult Classic for your listening pleasure with another unforgettable show.
Doors open at 7pm.
Get here early, Cult Classic has 15+ beers on tap brewed in house, a full kitchen with from-scratch pizza, hand-pattied burgers and fresh-never-frozen jumbo wings, and a FULL BAR to get you through this most epic of evenings.
If you have accessibility or special accommodation issues, please alert our staff at the door
5 minutes before showtime, any unchecked tickets may be made available to our standby list
Cult Classic shows are all ages unless otherwise noted.
Pups are allowed on our patio, but not within the building.
Tickets are $13 in advance, $15 at the door.