April 26, 2018 – 7:30pm – 8:15pm – Bike Rack Brewery Patio (8th St. Market Location)
Route 358 “bends and blends” influences from bluegrass, country, folk, pop and rock into a unique form of acoustic music. Their live performances highlight the band’s dual vocalists and include melodic combinations of acoustic instruments such as guitar, banjo and mandolin. Songs from their first two albums have been receiving airplay on both national and international radio stations. In 2017 they were selected to be a showcase artist at the Folk Alliance Mid-West Conference, opened for CMA award winning artist Deanna Carter, and were selected to play the Power of Music Festival, which featured multiple members of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. In addition, Route 358 is set to play on the main-stage at the longest running folk festival in America, The Original Ozark Folk Festival, in Eureka Springs, AR. They have been playing music festivals and venues throughout the mid-west and are known for their ability to scale down for an intimate evening of acoustic music or scale up for larger stages that makes them adaptable to any venue.
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