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Mile Twelve

Saturday, August 20, 7:30pm
» Free In-the-Park Concert «

Free Conversation with the Artists at 3pm

Mile Twelve is a modern string band from Boston, Massachusetts. Winners of the 2020 IBMA New Artist of the Year award, they have been making waves in the acoustic music world with their seamless blend of expertly-crafted songs, creative arrangements, and virtuosic execution. The band takes their name from the mile marker that sits at Boston’s southern border, a road sign they’ve passed countless times while heading out on tour. They’ve found receptive audiences across the globe, touring throughout North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Japan. With members based in Boston, New York and Maine the lineup includes Evan Murphy (guitar, vocals), Catherine “BB” Bowness (banjo), Nate Sabat (bass, vocals), Ella Jordan (fiddle, vocals), and Korey Brodsky (mandolin).

“Mile Twelve weave lyrical storytelling
and impressive instrumentation.”

American Songwriter

Saturday, August 20, 7:30pm

Free Conversation at 3pm
Telling New and Authentic Stories Through Music

Centennial Stage, Oats Park
In front of the Oats Park Art Center
151 East Park Street · Fallon, Nev. 89406
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For More Information
Call 775-423-1440

Artist’s Website
www.miletwelveband.com

Mile Twelve
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Thank You Sponsors & Partners

Churchill Arts Council programs and activities are sponsored, in part, by: an American Rescue Plan Act grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to support general operating expenses in response to the COVID-19 pandemic; the City of Fallon; the Nevada Arts Council; the Fallon Convention & Tourism Authority; TourWest / WESTAF; Nevada Humanities; the Bretzlaff Foundation; the E. L. Cord Foundation; the Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation; Churchill County; the Nevada Commission on Tourism; the Depot Casino / Widmer & Mills, CPAs; Speedway Market; Mackedon deBraga Law, P. C.; Lahontan Valley News; the Fallon Post; CC Communications; and Holiday Inn Express. The Churchill Arts Council proudly pours Great Basin Brewing Company’s beer at all its events.

The free performances by Mile Twelve and Paul Thorn are presented in cooperation with the Mayor, City Council, and City of Fallon. The readings by authors Kendra Atleework and Michael P. Branch are presented in cooperation with the Churchill Library Association and are supported by the Nevada Humanities’ Nevada Reads in Your Library program. This program is produced by Nevada Humanities and is made possible with support from Nevada State Library, Archives and Public Records, and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

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