August 24, 2017 @ 6:00 pm – @ 8:00 pm
September 2, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – @ 10:00 pm
September 9, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – @ 2:00 pm
September 16, 2017 @ 2:00 pm – @ 4:00 pm
September 17, 2017 @ 12:00 pm – @ 3:00 pm
Join us from 6-8pm June 3rd at Amazing Grace! Next Friday! Era Novair with Mama’s Stolen Horses are coming up to Duluth to do two fabulous shows. Check out Amazing Grace Bakery!!!
Mama’s Stolen Horses is an Americana/ folk-grass group with Kristoffer, (vocals, guitar, mandolin, banjo) and Abby Jo Robin (vocals, guitar, banjo, ukulele) as the core and often other members who sit in. They write original music from the heart about life, love, adventure, and experiences from the road. The 2 started playing together 10 years ago in Mankato MN and shortly after hit the road traveling the country working as glass artists, vending at Renaissance Festivals and sharing their music along the way. They started going by the name ‘Mama’s Stolen Horses’ back in 2011 while staying in Sedona AZ. With the inspiration of the landscape and the history of the wild west they envisioned themselves being like wild horses stolen to a gypsy life on the road. After 10 years of life on the road the two recently decided to put some roots down in the beautiful city of Duluth MN!
“Cool. I’ve been listening to your music alot. So impressed to say the least! Feel the need to share it! Your music is hard to label but screw labels… Wow! I’ve been to the grand ol oprey and carnigue hall.. You two have to be discovered!”
“Hey guys, I just wanted to say that I’m a really big fan! I was at sir Ben’s the other day grabbing lunch with a friend while you guys were playing, and I was blown away. Your music hits deep. I had to buy a couple albums, one for myself and one to give away. You guys are great, keep doing what you’re doing, I love your music”
“Hey guys, Don wanted me to tell you guys thank you again for a magical, wonderful, and unforgettable night at the best western bar in gold canyon– We want you to come to minnesota”
“Really enjoyed meeting ya all this morning. You made my daughters day! At 6 she is aspiring to play and discovered bluegrass and Americana without her parents help and was install hooked.”