Rock & Pop


When: Mon., Jan. 23, 8 p.m. 2017

Allowing their already tight grip on bluegrass-oriented strings music to blossom into a more full-bodied rock ‘n’ roll trip, Fruition offers plenty for listeners to dig into on their latest album, Labor of Love. It’s an exciting collection of songs. It’s louder -- more electric -- and the new tunes seem like a solid progression for the growing band. “Santa Fe,” for example, dishes a soulful story from singer-guitarist-mandolinist Mimi Naja, with keys and reverb-drenched guitars painting a picture in the background. It’s still a far cry from radio-friendly “songwriting,” but there are some keen pop sensibilities flickering here and there, which doesn’t hurt the band. (Sandy)

Price: $13 ADV, $15 DOS

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