10.15.12 | Refresh on October 19 at Noon
One of Nashville’s best local bands and a Cambridge Folk Festival favorite, Harpeth Rising connects classical style with roots music and irrepressible energy. The band’s crisp sound springs from innovative banjo lines and robust fiddle anchored by cello and hand drums. Its Americana tunes are genial, and the three-part harmonies offer uncommon richness. Drink in songs like “Goin’ My Way," “Nowhereland,” and “Coyote” as you browse the Interval tables. Purl a little with Klose Knit, plan your training with route details from the Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon, get fitness tips from Campus Recreation, and head over to the waiting chairs for a mini-massage from BodyWork Associates.
It’s absolutely free, and you can sample everything in just an hour. Or stay awhile longer. Satisfy a special someone with a finger puppet or a greeting card from The Promenade, buy a lunch special at Intermezzo, or take a seat at the Stage 5 Bar and dip into the free wifi. Meet us here at noon on October 19. (Is your afternoon open? You could make a day of it. It’s Friday after all.)