506 Sessions - Earthmother
The 506 Sessions concert series offers the most exclusive audience we've ever had - only 35 people! Setup for these shows include cocktail style seating (and plenty of distance). Come experience the historic Thrasher in a whole new way...
 
Earthmother was formed under the idea of delivering an unforgettable live music experience. Josy Rosales, Trevor Mooney, and Zack Weinstein were all Berklee College of Music students when they met and discovered their shared love for improvisation and rock & roll. During their formative years, they took heavy inspiration from the Grateful Dead, Phish, and the Allman Brothers. After graduating in 2017, they moved to Antioch, IL where they pursue music full-time.

When you come to an Earthmother show, leave your expectations at the door. They pride themselves on making each show different and special. This is only possible due to the high quality musicianship each band member brings. Josy brings soulful blues guitar soloing that contrasts with his ability to make his guitar scream and shout with his Wah-Wah. Zack displays his technical and virtuosic proficiency on drums that is a sight to behold. Trevor provides a thundering foundation on bass to help glue the band together. The three of them together deliver a musical experience that you can not get anywhere else.


To keep y'all as safe as possible, things might look a little different when you get here for this show. We appreciate your cooperation in wearing masks while you're here (singing/cheering encouraged...but WAAAYYY safer with a mask on!) We've also spaced out the chairs, added cocktail tables, put hand sanitizer EVERYWHERE and a few other things. Check out all of our Wellness Initiatives here. Thank you for understanding and for your continued support of the Thrasher Opera House!

This event is supported in part by a grant from the Oshkosh Area Community Foundation and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts.




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Date(s):
11/7/2020
7:30 p.m.  (Doors open at 7 p.m. )


Ticket price(s):
 $35.00



        
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