About This Event
PLEASE NOTE that this is the NEW-EST Re-Scheduled date from 4.10.21 – Your tickets are valid so please hold on to them otherwise refunds are available until July 1st, 2021. Thanks for the ongoing support and see you in November ! SATSANG: A Sanskrit word meaning in the company of truth. Its a beautiful moment when music from the heart and poetry from the soul truly connects with its intended audience. Satsangs extraordinary new album, All. Right. Now., Written and recorded during an extended hiatus from the road, finds frontman Drew McManus reconnecting with his Montana roots and exploring a whole new palette of sounds and textures, drawing on classic country and modern Americana to forge a joyful, rustic collection all about letting go and living in the moment. McManus produced the album himself, and while the songs here are deeply personal, theyre written in a spiritual language that taps into something far more universal, something inherent in the human condition that binds us as brothers and sisters on a shared journey to find ourselves and our place in this world. The arrangements are broad and spacious to match, reflecting the wide-open fields and soaring mountains that surrounded the band during the whirlwind recording process, and the result is a lush, organic collection fueled by acoustic guitars, fiddle, and pedal steel, a warm, inviting record. Though McManus was born in Montana, he actually spent much of his formative years in Des Moines and Chicago. His childhood was troubled, to say the least. After returning to Montana, he got clean and sober, married the woman of his dreams, and launched Satsang with The Story Of You, the bands breakout 2016 debut. Steeped in reggae, hip-hop, and world music, the album was an uplifting affirmation that connected with fans around the globe. They returned a year later with their similarly successful sophomore effort, Pyramid(s), which hit #1 on the Billboard Reggae Chart and #2 on iTunes, and pushed their sound even further with 2019s Kulture, which incorporated a swath of influences from Motown to Tom Petty. Relentless road warriors, the group built a devoted following as they worked their way up from bars and clubs to massive festivals.