By Anna Skinner
Update: The Sept. 5 concert with The Honey Dewdrops has been postponed due to the Holiday weekend. For more, visit liveforthemusic.com.
A unique performance with a mix of old American music and blue grass will come to The Warehouse in the form of husband and wife duo, Kagey Parrish and Laura Wortman.
Parrish and Wortman are the two parts of the band The Honey Dewdrops.
“We are singer-songwriters who love a lot of old American music, old country music and old blue grass styles,” Parrish said. “There’s an old, familiar sound to (our music) coming from traditional American influences but written from our point of view and the world we live in today.”
Parrish said he and Wortman write most of their own music, and about 90 percent of their performance will be original work. He described their music as having local harmonies, with their musical instruments consisting of guitars, a mandolin and a banjo.
The couple started performing music full time in 2009, and while they are not on tour, they live in Baltimore. They’ve been making music together for 12 years after they met at a rehearsal for a college band, but The Honey Dewdrops have only been in existence for six years.
The Honey Dewdrops recently came out with their album, “Tangled Country.”
To learn more about the married duo or purchase their work, visit their website at http://www.thehoneydewdrops.com/music/.
To purchase tickets for the Sept. 5, 7:30 p.m. show, visit http://liveforthemusic.com/event/the-honey-dewdrops-and-greg-ohaver/.