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Pearl Street Warehouse Presents

The Plate Scrapers + Into The Fog

Doors: 7:00 pm |

About This Event

21+This show is 21+ only. YOU MUST HAVE A VALID PHYSICAL ID. A PICTURE OF YOUR ID IS NOT ACCEPTABLE.No oversize bags or backpacks will be allowed into the venue. All bags/purses are subject to search. This show is G.A. Seating will be first come first serve. The Mezzanine is accessed by a staircase. For ADA seating requirements please contact the venue directly before purchasing tickets.The Plate Scrapers:Born from the tradition of Bluegrass jams and potlucks, The Plate Scrapers — Derek Kretzer (banjo), Andrew Jordan (guitar), Brett Kretzer (mandolin), Jody Mosser(dobro), and Kevin Johnson (bass) — have been putting in the work and showcasing their love for the genre since 2014. They have since release 3 studio albums and 3 live albums, and have toured relentlessly up and down the east coast and into the midwest. In 2019, they won the Podunk Bluegrass Telefunken Band Contest. They have been featured on WAMU Bluegrass Country Radio, performed as an IBMA Official Showcase artist, and their latest release, Destination Horizon (2020) debuted at #9 on the Bluegrass Album Billboard charts with rave reviews from Bluegrass Today. Born from the tradition of Bluegrass jams and potlucks, The Plate Scrapers — Derek Kretzer (banjo), Andrew Jordan (guitar), Brett Kretzer (mandolin), Jody Mosser(dobro), and Kevin Johnson (bass) — have been putting in the work and showcasing their love for the genre since 2014. They have since release 3 studio albums and 3 live albums, and have toured relentlessly up and down the east coast and into the midwest. In 2019, they won the Podunk Bluegrass Telefunken Band Contest. They have been featured on WAMU Bluegrass Country Radio, performed as an IBMA Official Showcase artist, and their latest release, Destination Horizon (2020) debuted at #9 on the Bluegrass Album Billboard charts with rave reviews from Bluegrass Today. Into the Fog:Winston started playing guitar at 14, learning from his father who played country, folk, and rock n roll music. He was a skilled guitarist, singer, songwriter, and pedal steel player, as well as Winstons heaviest influence musically. Playing mostly electric guitar until his mid-20s, Winston then found a love for bluegrass music and the raw nature of acoustic instruments. He began teaching himself to play mandolin and dobro simultaneously developing a unique guitar-rooted style to both. His playing is somewhere between washed in blues and making friends with the unloved notes, all while treating the song with the utmost respect.

Please Note: This event is 21 and over. Any ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.