Strings of Autumn: Lambchop
- 25. 10. 2017
Since releasing their debut album I Hope You're Sitting Down in 1994, Nashville's Lambchop have proved time and again that there are few more intriguing, consistently engaging bands in America. Often described in their early days as 'alt-country,' it's certainly true to say that, in their quietly radical way, the band has successfully changed notions of what country music – and the instruments traditionally associated with it – can achieve. To label Lambchop simply as 'alt-country' would, however, be wholly insufficient: over the years, their sound has incorporated elements of soul, jazz, and electronica: never gratuitously, always tastefully, and always quintessentially Lambchop.
Strings of Autumn
The programme for the 21st edition of the Strings of Autumn offers 10 concerts, including the…