ARTS Pick: Yarn

Yarn, a bluegrass quartet, was born in New York and recently relocated to North Carolina, but its members find home on the road. Yarn, a bluegrass quartet, was born in New York and recently relocated to North Carolina, but its members find home on the road.

For some artists, hitting the road is synonymous with coming home. The Brooklyn-based quartet Yarn, which recently planted its bluegrass roots in North Carolina, has notched more than a thousand shows across the country. It even has a Grammy nomination stapled to its name, and has shared the stage with both Alison Krauss and The Lumineers. The freshly revamped Americana band’s most recent release, This Is the Year, oozes optimism and quakes with anticipation for musical and personal triumphs to come. Adam’s Plastic Pond opens.

Friday, September 21. $10-12, 8:30pm. The Southern Café & Music Hall, 103 S. First St. 977-5590.

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