Grass in the Hall
Featuring Boonie Bevins, Chatham Rabbits, & The Lowhills
DOORS: 7:00PM / SHOW: 8:00PM
– Reduced capacity and implemented social distancing
– Face masks are required at all times
– Seating is pre-assigned and sold in groups of 2s & 4s to maintain social distance
Johns island Americana-roots band The Lowhills make easy going, clever and at times hilarious music that mixes jazz, classic country, bluegrass, swing and R&B. Mandolinist-songwriter Lauren Bevins Cahill and her Norah Jones-like vocals head up the trio along with her husband Matt Cahill on standup bass and the bands lifelong friend Joe Marlow primary songwriter and multi instrumentalist. Marlow and Matt grew up playing music together in Nashville, later forming Rock band The Tips and opening for big name acts like Foreigner. As for the latest venture fans of Carole King, Fleetwood Mac, Hank Williams, Roberta Flack and of course Norah Jones will feel right at home with the Lowhills.
-Kelly Rae Smith Charleston City Paper
Often described as having the voice of an angel, Boonie Bevins got her start at the young age of 5 years old, singing in the band 4 Wheel Drive and regularly performing at Guy and Tina’s Pickin Parlor in Bethera, SC. At the age of 13, she took first place at her first local talent show by an overwhelming majority.
Boonie has performed at Coastal Coffee Roasters, Cuppa Manna Café and The Icehouse in Summerville, SC as well as being a guest singer with the local band The Lowhills. She also has performed as the featured vocalist for the Leonard School of Music Jazz Band and performed in the “Women on” Series at the Charleston Music Hall. Along with creating her own original songs, Boonie and her fiancé John Henry Braun frequently perform together under the name Wild Doves locally, for private events, and weddings. She occasionally performs with her sister Lauren under the name Lavender and Honey.
Her natural talent for music is clear to any listener as she tackles every musical genre with grace and ease from classic jazz to modern day rock. Boonie’s voice is pure and strong, with flexibility and range to spare. When she’s not performing, she enjoys practicing yoga, bouldering, and spending time with her 8 siblings.
As one of North Carolina’s most beloved roots music outfits, Chatham Rabbits has swiftly emerged from the fertile Americana scene in the Triangle with intimate-close harmonies and mature songwriting in the vein of predecessors like Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings. The husband-and-wife duo of Sarah and Austin McCombie favors rustic, minimalist acoustic arrangements—mainly clawhammer-style banjo and guitar—that showcase old-time reverence with their songwriting. The duo has a way of connecting with their audiences that is warm and universal. Chatham Rabbits’ first album All I Want From You (2019) was recorded with the help of Mandolin Orange’s Andrew Marlin, and their sophomore album, The Yoke is Easy, The Burden is Full, released May 1, 2020. Their song “Oxen” was named one of the “Top Folk Songs of 2020″ by Paste Magazine and the band has made two appearances in Garden the & Gun Magazine.
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403