April 27th, 2024:  The Gibson Brothers

We are very excited to announce our return to the museum in Lexington for the first time in over four years! We will be jumping back in with the last band that played for us in January of 2020: The Gibson Brothers.  They will be bringing their world-class brand of bluegrass with brother-duet harmonies, and we are so excited that they will be joined by Shawn Lane!

You may know Shawn as the mandolin player, tenor singer, and a founding member of Blue Highway. Shawn will be bringing his prodigious talents to Lexington as he joins up with The Gibson Brothers for an all-bluegrass show on Saturday, April 27th.

Opening for The Gibson Brothers will be an incredibly talented young band named Cahaba Roots. Cahaba Roots features Luke Black on guitar, who is famous on social media for his playing with The Mountain Grass Unit. Luke will be joined by G Rockwell on banjo, Hilary Weitzner on fiddle, and Teddy Kent on upright bass. With the exception of G, who goes to NEC, the rest of the band attends Berklee. There, they regularly join up with players from the school and surrounding areas to breathe new life into the already diverse, intense, and virtuosic chemistry found in their music. The group strives to create intense instrumentation to bluegrass and progressive acoustic music, and they consistently impress with their youthful passion and life on stage.

The concert will be held on Saturday, April 27th at The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, formerly known as The National Heritage Museum. The museum is located at 33 Marrett Rd. in Lexington, MA 02421. Doors open at 6:30 for the show starting at 7:30, and seating is first come, first served. Tickets for this concert are $27 ($30 for non-members) and can be purchased here: