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The Foghorns to play The Den @ Urban Xchange Dec. 2

Post by Craig Sailor / The News Tribune on Nov. 16, 2011 at 5:35 pm with 1 Comment »
November 16, 2011 5:35 pm

The Foghorns (photo courtesy Knick Knack Records)
Seattle-based The Foghorns are coming to Tacoma on December 2 for a show at The Den @ Urban Xchange.

Knick Knack Records just released the band’s vinyl album, To The Stars On The Wings Of A Pig. Calling themselves anti-folkers, The Foghorns began in Brooklyn in 2001 with frontman Bart Cameron and help from Brooklyn bluegrass band The Cobble Hillbillies.

After a stint in Iceland as a Fulbright Fellow Cameron moved to Seattle and with Katie and Rich Quigley recorded A Diamond as Big as the Motel Six in 2009. The tour that supported that CD took them to Iceland, England, Scotland, Denmark and Sweden and a 42-stop U.S. tour.

The current lineup is: Cameron, Jason Kopec (a former taiko drummer who performs on pots, pans and drums), accordionist/pianist Peter Colclasure and the Bucket of Bourbon Choir (Colin J. Nelson, Matt Ploszaj, David Rossman, and Laurel Hoffman).

Seattle music magazine Reverb Monthly’s Chris Kornelis said, “Pig is one of the most substantially listenable local albums of the year; easy to access, and hard to put down. It’s soothing and comforting in the right ways, without being excessive or cheap. Its subtleties – hints of organ and accordion — are smooth, but smart. Easy listening doesn’t have to mean easily forgotten.”

Music fans can preview the album in its entirety here as well as purchase it on vinyl, cd, and download.

The Foghorns
When: 7 p.m. Dec. 2
Where: The Den @ Urban Xchange, 1934 Pacific Ave., Tacoma

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  1. More music coverage like this, please! It would be great to seeing the TNT cover more of the happenings at the New Frontier, Java Jive, the Space, and Warehouse-sponsored shows.

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