The Honey Cutters

Sunday June 21st

Doors 6:30, Music at 7:00

“I can see a day when The Honeycutters’ Amanda Anne Platt is mentioned alongside Lucinda Williams, Mary Gauthier and Gillian Welch.  She’s just that good.” – The Real Southern

“Random thoughts, hidden emotions rising to the surface, daring admissions of guilt or pleasure.....that's what you'll get from The Honeycutters. Their new album, When Bitter Met Sweet, is not a therapy session, but rather a joyful release. One of the top three albums of 2012.” – Jim Blum from Folk Alley

It’s rare for a band to put out three great albums in a row, especially if all they have is three albums. Well, The Honeycutters have pulled off this musical trifecta. Three great albums, each better than the last.

How have they done it? First and foremost, Amanda Anne Platt has a great voice with just the right amount of drawl and is a top-notch songwriter. Second, they are damn fine musicians on pedal steel, mandolin, guitar, bass, and drums. Third, they have their own sound, which they call “Appalachian honky tonk.” You can hear it in this video.

$15 suggested donation, which all goes to the musicians.

For more information or to reserve your seat, please email us at mechanicstreetmusic@yahoo.com.

We hope to see you soon!
Lynn & Joel