Yarn has played Earth Day Jam before and we were bummed it didn’t work out to have them back this year. But we may have landed something even better.
With 10 studio albums, Yarn has played upwards of 170 shows a year and sharing stages with such superstars as Dwight Yoakam, Railroad Earth, Marty Stuart, Allison Krauss, The Lumineers and many more.
The accolades piled up quickly. They have landed on the #Grammy ballot 4 times, garnered nods from the Americana Music Association, placed top five on both Radio and Records and the #AMA album charts, airplay on SiriusXM, CNN, CMT, Rolling Stone and more.
As Yarn look forward to their next 2 studio releases in 2023, Blake looks to establish himself more as the songwriter he’s always been. These next 2 releases are to be Blake’s most personal, polished, and best of Yarn’s career so far.
These songs all tell a story individually but they also tell a story as a whole, a songwriter and musician ready to dive deeper into the music and the art for a greater result that he believes anyone can appreciate, relate to, and enjoy.
Experience Blake and his newest work through a raw, intimate solo performance on SHUG’s Stage Friday, March 31st.
So maybe not AT Earth Day Jam, but he’s helping us raise money for Happy Roots ON THE ROAD to Earth Day Jam
Purchase tickets for this show OR stop in Shug’s at anytime and buy some raffle tickets for a #limitededition custom built bicycle donated by New Belgium Brewing!