June 12 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
With Special Guests The Cheddar Boys
Limited capacity and socially distanced on our Shady Grove Stage! Tickets are $25 – Members please email us for your unique discount code
Doors 5 PM Rain or Shine in the Shady Grove behind Arden Gild Hall, 2126 The Highway, Arden, DE. https://g.page/ardenclub?
Be sure to bring chairs or blankets for seating to the Grove, we will have the Outlandish Food Truck in the parking lot and Dogfish beer, fine wine AND Arden made Double Spiral Chocolate, for sale in the grove. You can bring food but outside alcohol is not permitted by our permit. All tickets are “will call”! Bring ID to get your actual physical printed ticket and wristbands.
Re: Covid plans – we are now only requiring masking for unvaccinated individuals as per CDC guidance and state regs for outdoor events.. We will be asking all groups to maintain the State mandated 3 foot distancing.
The schedule for the concert is as follows
5 PM – Doors
5:30 PM – The Cheddar Boys (do not miss, high energy acoustic band from Philly!)
6:30 PM – Amy Helm with full band
We expect the concert to end by about 8 PM.
Arden is excited to welcome Amy Helm back to our town. Appearing here in the 2000s with Ollabelle three times (including in the Shady Grove) and once with her own band, she will be joining us just as her latest LP approaches. Her new single Breathing can be heard here. More below.
Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Amy Helm’s third album, What the Flood Leaves Behind, is her most autobiographical yet, both in content and creation. Due out June 18th via Renew Records/BMG, these 10 songs represent a gathering of ideas and experiences, friends and collaborators. Yet, the album also marks a landing — a pause for the traveling musician and mother of two young boys who was seeking clarity in her calling and career.
After making multiple albums and performing in far-flung places, Helm returned home to Woodstock’s Levon Helm Studios just before the pandemic to record What the Flood Leaves Behind and reclaim a sense of self.
“Going back to the place where I learned so much about how to express music, how to hold myself in music, how to listen to music,” she begins, “it was humbling in a funny way. I could see clearly where I came from and where I am now in my life. I was singing from a different place now and for a different reason.”
An impressive group of friends and collaborators joins Helm on What the Flood Leaves Behind. With musical polyglot Josh Kaufman (whose credits range from Taylor Swift’s Folklore to the Grammy-nominated Bonny Light Horseman) producing and contributing on piano, guitar, and mandolin, the record brings Helm’s powerful, emotive vocals to the forefront of the album. More about Amy’s new album here.
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