Grand Slambovians Play Haverhill September 27
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Just back from the UK in support this first release A BOX OF EVERYTHING with Sony/RED-distributed Red River Entertainment, the band put together 'the greatest Slambovian hits you've never heard' to introduce their music to a whole new audience. (Click title to rad more)

The Grand Slambovians will be performing at Court Street Arts at Alumni Hall in Haverhill, NH on the27th of September at 7:30 pm.
Court Street Arts is at 75 Court Street, in Haverhill.
Admission is $20.
The venue phone is603-989-5500
The website

Three new studio cuts - the upbeat title track 'A Box of EveryThing', Syd Barrett-inspired 'A Very Unusual Head' and the anthemic 'Alligators' justifies the 'rootsy psychedelic' descriptions of the band.Friday'shometown CD release show at the Towne Crier is a special event with guest artists who contributed to the new release joining in the fun.

Formed in Sleepy Hollow, New York, The Grand Slambovians (AKA Slambovian Circus of Dreams) has pioneered the alt-folk/americana genre totally under the radar for over a decade. Defying traditional rules of success they built their career from the ground up with a loyal fan base fueling and supporting them since their open mic days in New York. Approached by major labels for years, in 2013 the band signed with Red River Entertainment with hopes of expanding the Slambovian territory.

THE NY TIMES says of the Slambovians, "Their songs are imbued with mystical stirrings and idealism... they take the stage by storm!" They've been compared to an array of artists including the Waterboys, Jethro Tull, The Decemberists, a quirkier Tom Petty or Buffalo Tom with an exotic instrumental arsenal. The group's "dusty Americana ballads" may evoke Dylan, Cracker, or the Wallflowers, but then along comes one of those Pink Floyd-esque cinematic anthems with otherworldly slide mandolin, accordion and cello and suddenly you're in a whole different dimension!  Although there are lots of comparisons, UK'S MAVERICK MAGAZINE calls them "Mightily impressive and hugely original."