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ALBANY — Driftwood and Zan and the Winter Folk will share a bill at The Hollow on Friday, Feb. 21, at 9 p.m.
Anyone familiar with the Americana music scene knows Driftwood has cut its teeth on a killer live show. With a never-ending tour schedule and a steady buzz, it has built a very solid underground fan base. “The game has been live shows and nose to the ground since the beginning,” said guitarist-songwriter Dan Forsyth. As well as a devout following and a sizable discography, the band’s hard work has also been a huge part of the inspiration for its music. The songs and arrangements have grown out of time spent on the road, growing closer, learning with and from each other and weathering the ups and downs of the journey together. “We have a truly special bond creatively and personally. It’s the driving force behind the music,” violinist-songwriter Claire Byrne adds.
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The Hollow is located at 79 N. Pearl St., in Albany.