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Steep Canyon Rangers, Sarah Neufeld, Larry & Teresa, Matthew Logan Vasquez, William Fitzsimmons & more

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Upcoming Shows: We’re excited for the awesome shows headed to the club next month. Jeffrey Foucault’s new album, Salt As Wolves, has received glowing praise in The New York Times, NPR and more. You won’t want to miss the New England-based songwriter when he returns to SPACE.

Violinist and composer Sarah Neufeld (of Arcade Fire) has a stunning new album, The Ridge, that she will feature at the club. Multi-instrumentalist and Americana master Tim O’Brien is here for an interesting pairing with Canadian roots musician Old Man Luedecke.

Larry Campbell, famed for his work alongside Bob Dylan and Levon Helm, released an album with his wife, Teresa Williams, last summer. Catch them here with Muscle Shoals songwriter Donnie Fritts. North Carolina bluegrass all-stars Steep Canyon Rangers (acclaimed for their collaborations with actor-banjoist Steve Martin) are here for two shows this spring.

Revered songwriter and folk-blues guitarist Chris Smither returns in April with rising Nashville singer-songwriter Andrew Combs. Don’t miss this great pairing of two artists exploring the American songwriter tradition.

SPACE is excited to have Trampled By Turtles’ singer-songwriter Dave Simonett (pictured above) at the club this spring to perform a special solo show. Check out a video of Simonett’s “Bloodshot Eyes” here.

Matthew Logan Vasquez steps out from behind his acclaimed indie rock band, Delta Spirit, with a new solo album, Solicitor Returns, and tour this spring. Singer-songwriter William Fitzsimmons will be at the club for a special recorded and filmed performance this spring.

This Weekend: On Friday night, we’re happy to have the great songwriter Susan Werner back at the club. Only a few tickets remain. On Sunday, Megon McDonough & Susan O’Halloran will fete their Irish heritage in a hilarious matinee show. Sunday night brings a survey of old-time roots music with harp player Joe Filisko and guitarist Eric Noden along with an opening set by traditional guitarist Andy Cohen.