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Pressings Strings

Saturday, 08 May 2021 @ 7:00 PM Past Event
Pressings Strings
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Whats in a band name? A little or a lot, depending on how deeply you want to go.

For Annapolis, Maryland-based trio Pressing Strings (Jordan Sokel: Guitar/Vocals, Nick Welker: Bass, Brandon Bartlett: Drums), the guitar guy is outnumbered by the rhythm section, but it all started back when Sokel, as a kid enamored with Dylan, Marley, Strummer, Simon, and Withers, learned to simultaneously play guitar and sing his favorite songs. Then, guitar in hand, the songwriting bug took hold. Cutting to 2014, with the current line-up firmed up, the band got to work developing its fanbase in the mid-Atlantic with shows from Pennsylvania to the Carolinas, then headed into the studio to record its Owe The Source album, released in 2015. Not easily tagged, genre-wise, the album deftly mixed a thoughtful soulfulness with union hall rock and roll, and they returned to the road to show it all off everywhere from VFWs to festivals.

Rejuvenated from the bands new energy, the band linked up with Grammy-winning producer/engineer Scott Jacoby(Coldplay, Vampire Weekend, Ronnie Spector) and headed to upstate NY to record Most Of Us. Following that albums 2016 release, the band then toured coast-to-coast with power-pop songstress Rachael Yamagata in 2017, along with its own headlining shows along the Eastern Seaboard.

On The Wire follows up 2018/2019s single The Madness, with a late-winter album release.

Welcome back to The Hamilton Live! To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, please take note of the following COVID-19 procedures.

We have severely reduced our capacity to 11 tables to ensure social distancing. All team members maintain safety procedures including mask & glove use, temperature checks, pre-screening questions, regular & thorough handwashing, and abiding by 6-foot distancing wherever possible. We provide single-use menus and digital payment option.We thoroughly sanitize tables, furniture, and public contact surfaces before & after the showing.

We ask that all guests follow the safety procedures below:

Wear cloth or surgical facemasks that securely cover the nose and mouth while entering or exiting the venue, using the restroom, or conversing with staffRefrain from leaving your table or visiting others during the show Do not attend if you or a member of your party are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19

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PRESSING STRINGS

PRESSING STRINGS AT THE HAMILTON LIVE - RESERVE YOUR TABLE

Admission is available by the table of 2, 4, or 6. You may select your table at the time of checkout by picking "Buy From Map." Parties may not exceed the size of the purchased table. No more than one table per party.

There is no food or beverage minimum.

Can't make it in person? Tickets sold-out? Livestream access is available for $20 - click here to purchase!

FOOD & BEVERAGE MENU

The Hamilton's full restaurant menu will be available - click here to view in advance. The doors open at 6:00pm so that you can enjoy dinner before the show.

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