WRM_Honey DewdropsFresh from appearing (Just last week!) on National Public Radio’s World-Wide Broadcast, Mountain Stage, the American duo, Honey Dewdrops will appear at Wild Rose Moon in concert this Friday at 8 p.m. and Saturday at 11 a.m. on the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour.

Specializing in Appalachian Mountain music, the duo, consisting of Laura Wortman and Kagey Parrish, features exquisite harmonies and tight instrumentals on various instruments including guitar, mandolin, and claw hammer banjo.   Producing five albums to date, the couple prides themselves in shaping each performance to the venue at hand.  “We focus in on that live energy of standing close to each other and presenting the music and songs in as natural way as possible,” they remarked.  “And we revere the unexpected moments in the performance that enhance the arc of the song and it’s story.”  The couple shares Appalachian standards and have also composed many of their own thoughtful songs. Not ones to shy away from difficult topics for songwriting, their song, “For One More,” speaks to a more humanist view on immigration based on welcoming rather than excluding. “We’re all better together,” says Parrish. The oft noted, Cilllea Houghton of No Depression Magazine says this about the duo:  “The Honey Dewdrops prove that the magic of their artistry is in their ability to impart a sense of compassion in listeners while delivering meaningful messages with a purity that’s so rare to encounter.”

So come in from the heat and grab some cool seats for the Honey Dewdrops! Tickets for the Honey Dewdrops are available online at www.wildrosemoon.com and at A.S.K. for Flowers in Historic Downtown Plymouth.  Tickets for the concert are $15 in advance, $20 at the door, and $10 for students.  Tickets for the radio show are $5.  Audience members for the radio show are advised to come early, before the 11:00 a.m. recording time.