Hawae and the Big Boss Sausage to take stage this weekend

The weekly column of the Lumber Jills returns.

The weekly column of the Lumber Jills returns.

Haewa to play at Monopole

PLATTSBURGH — Haewa to perform at Monopole, 17 Protection Ave, on Sept. 27 at 10 p.m.

Haewa was formed in late 2011 in Rochester. From deep pychedelia to funk and more, they create pulsating grooves which are complimented by textural blankets of ambience. These energetic improvisations lead audience members in and out of songs, both instrumental and lyrical.

The tone to the music is entirely organic, focusing on the music from the guitar, bass and drum set, with small touches of subtle electronics (synthesizer, pedals and drum pad) to help deepen the collective array of sounds between the three members.

With these tools, Ben Chilbert, Collin Jones and Riley Dichairo successfully transport the listener to a brand new sonic dimension.

For more information call 563-2222.

Big Boss Sausage and Eat. Sleep. Funk at SS

LAKE PLACID — Big Boss Sausage, with special guest Hawk Owls, and Eat. Sleep. Funk. will give a dual performance at Smoke Signals, 2489 Main Street, on Sept. 27. Big Boss Sausage will begin the evening at 8 p.m. and play till around 11 p.m. Eat, Sleep, and Funk will play from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Big Boss Sausage and Hawk Owl will give a second performance on Sept. 29 at 4 p.m. at Captain Cook’s, 65 Broadway, Saranac Lake.

Big Boss Sausage started as a novelty act with comedic intentions, but developed into a formidable band, whose music ran the gamut from hard rock and blues to funny, tear-jerking country ballads. Their power-punching, emotionally riveting, sometimes tender, sometimes hilarious shows have been entertaining audiences nationwide for over 15 years. The band gets it’s sound from singer and keyboard player Eric Waldman, drummer, William Mutchler, bass player Pete Lister.

The Hawk Owls masterfully weave an acoustic bouquet of traditional mountain instruments, crafty melodic melodies, and jangly upbeat harmonies. Their quirky songs explore fresh angles on love, the high country winter, and the life of snails. They play a variety of originals, traditional and reinterpreted classics. Their three part vocal delivery commands attention.

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