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Rushville

*CANCELED* FREE Concert: An Evening with Chatham Rabbits

“When you see North Carolina folk duo Chatham Rabbits on stage, you’re getting the real deal: heartfelt lyrics…an instant connection with audiences, and banter that can only come from a married duo that spends way too much time together but still manages to be in love.” - No Depression

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*CANCELED* FREE Concert: An Evening with Chatham Rabbits
*CANCELED* FREE Concert: An Evening with Chatham Rabbits

Time & Location

Apr 03, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Rushville, 525 E 7th St, Rushville, IN 46173, USA

About the Event

We are so sad to say that due to unforseen circumstances, the band needs to reschedule this show. We'll let you know when a date has been set.

There is something warm and instantly familiar about the beloved roots duo, Chatham Rabbits. Partners in music and life, Chatham Rabbits’ Austin and Sarah McCombie blend their personal histories through deft songwriting and a history that comes from building a life together. Leaning into each other's strengths, their songs present a congenial, collaborative spirit that has captured the pure adoration of fans along the way and earned them praise from Garden & Gun Magazine, American Songwriter, and No Depression.

Their artistry hinges on a fervent desire to connect with others through the music that first brought the pair together. Steeped in the regional traditions of their North Carolina home, Chatham Rabbits’ musical pursuits represent a new age of roots music. Chatham Rabbits recorded and released their beloved debut album, All I Want From You in 2019. This set the standard for their sophomore release The Yoke is Easy, The Burden is Full—the centerpiece song “Oxen” was named “Top Folk Song of 2020” by Paste Magazine. Nurtured by central North Carolina’s fertile, influential music scene, Chatham Rabbits’ sound continues to evolve in their expansive third album, If You See Me Riding By (2022), which was simultaneously released with a television series, On the Road with Chatham Rabbits, on PBS-NC. The McCombies ingenuity during the Covid-19 crisis led to the creation of their mobile concert experience, The Stay at Home Tour, which took the duo to 194 neighborhoods in 2020-21. The pair is currently recording their fourth album of poignant original songs and continuing to foster their tight-knit fan community across the US.

Just a few notes:

  • Doors will open at 6pm | Show starts at 7pm
  • There is currently an art exhibit on display. Come early to see A Retrospective of local artist Malcom Perkins (1956-1998).
  • BarMaids will provide a cash bar for wine and beer. Thank you to Shelly King and Lisa Benjamin for sponsoring this!
  • Tips for the band are highly encouraged and greatly appreciated. (Bring some extra cash. We'll see if we can get a Venmo or PayPal, too.)
  • If you're on Instagram, give them a follow and check out their stories for a behind-the-scenes look at life on the road and at home.

Tickets

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