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Palmyra Live

Wednesday, April 26 @ 6:00 pm 8:00 pm

Join us at the Floyd Country Store on Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at 6:00 pm for a live concert with Palmyra and opening artist Liv Greene. Tickets are $20 general admission, $25 reserved seating, available for sale online and in the store.

About Palmyra

Established in the Shenandoah Valley, Palmyra explores the fusion of traditional folk string instruments, three part harmonies and foot percussion. In 2022, Palmyra made their Newport Folk Festival debut, were named the FloydFest 2022 On The Rise Winner, and performed over 200 tour dates on acclaimed stages up and down the East Coast.  The trio captures the collective spirit of three Virginia natives, Teddy (he/him), Manoa (he/him), and Sasha (they/them). Palmyra’s songs are intimate and contemplative, with arrangements that allow them to create the illusion of a full, larger-than-three ensemble. The trio’s sound is a nod to Appalachia and Midwestern Americana, apparent through their stirring craftsmanship and dedication to a folk-driven, innovative experience throughout each live performance.

About Liv Greene

Inspired by the records spun in her childhood home in DC—brilliant women of song like Patty Griffin, Shawn Colvin, Emmylou Harris, Brandi Carlile, Lucinda Williams, and Ella Fitzgerald— Greene’s passion for storytelling started early and took off the moment she taught herself her first guitar chords at 12. In the years since, Greene has garnered life experience and musical collaborators that have only sweetened her craft. By way of living in Boston, Northern Michigan, and the many other places music has brought her to since beginning her touring career at 17, Greene now finds herself in her “dream-city” of Nashville, where the years of friendships, lessons, and collaboration are coming to sweet fruition, daily. She is currently hard at work on her second LP, working with engineer Matt Andrews (Gillian Welch) at Woodland Studios, and bringing in heroes and longtime collaborators in the process.

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