Demolition never sounded so good
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Elena Skye and Boo Reiners of the Demolition String Band.
Elena Skye and Boo Reiners of the Demolition String Band.
JAMAICA- Elena Skye and Boo Reiners of the Demolition String Band are kicking off the Jamaica Town Hall Music Series on May 6. Don’t miss this NYC-based, nationally-touring act as they share their unique blend of bluegrass, country, roots, and Americana music. The show starts at 7 pm.

Fueled by a shared passion for country, rock ‘n’ roll, bluegrass, and mountain music, Skye and Reiners have led their Demolition String Band for almost two decades. They have appeared as openers for an eclectic range of acts such as The Avett Brothers, Ryan Adams, Patti Smith, Ricky Skaggs, and Joan Osborne. They will be joined by upright bass player Neil Helme.

Tickets are just $10 at the door. The Jamaica Town Hall is located on Main Street in the village center and is handicap accessible. Roadside parking is available. This and other events in Jamaica can be viewed on the Jamaica Community Arts Facebook page.
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