Brazilian/American folk in Warren


This Friday, Boston-based Brazilian/American folk group Só Sol bring their vintage Tropicalia-meets-Americana sound to the CFM Warren Sessions stage at Hope & Main. Formed eight years ago by the husband and wife duo of Jessica DaSilva (vocals, percussion, banjo) and John Garrett (vocal, guitar), the group performs original songs, transitioning effortlessly between lyrics in English and Brazilian Portuguese. Currently completed by Zach Bridges on the acoustic bass and J. Bruce Scott on the lap steel, Só Sol lull audiences with their tipsy vocals and echoes of psychedelia. Opening the show is Rhode Island singer-songwriter and wordsmith Glenn Thomas Kendzia.

WHERE: Hope & Main, 691 Main St., Warren
WHEN: Friday, Feb. 16; 8 p.m.
COST: $18 in advance, $20 at the door

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