The Foreign Landers Live @ The Station Inn


Thu Feb 16 2023 at 09:00 pm


Station Inn | Nashville, TN

Come hear bluegrass and Transatlantic folk band The Foreign Landers play music from their new album Travelers Rest on their album launch tour featuring Nate Sabat on bass and Julian Pinelli on fiddle. ?
Tickets $15 at door.
“Hearing The Foreign Landers for the first time immediately landed a huge smile on my face and for a moment allowed escape from all the negative noise in the world. Tabitha and David simply sound like two people who are meant to make music together. The playing, singing, and arrangements are all so wonderful—I’m a fan!” ~ Sierra Hull
“I see the shining stars. I wonder if you see them too wherever you are.” ~ from “Foreign Lander”
This line of the traditional song from which The Foreign Landers take their name captures something of what makes this Transatlantic folk duo’s story so compelling. Mandolinist David Benedict grew up in South Carolina while Tabitha Agnew Benedict started playing 5-string banjo at a young age in her homeland of Northern Ireland. They spent their early years playing the same music, gazing at the same stars, yet still so far away from each other. But today Tabitha and David are carving their own path in the acoustic music world together, drawing on their unique international heritage to create something new. With the 2022 release of their album Travelers Rest, they share their own story in a way that is beautifully honest and moving. Although it is their story, listeners will find much that resonates within themselves—fears in the face of uncertainties and change, a commitment to cling to hope, and a longing for home/a familiar place to rest—all presented in a unique musical experience that sparks curiosity and joy, and showcases a love that unites across borders.

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Station Inn, 402 12th Ave S,Nashville,TN,United States

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