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21 + Only. Lillie Mae Rische brings the family band to Dee’s to share a night of rockin’ Americana with special guest Chris Plank.
Lillie Mae Rische started playing and performing live at the age of 3. She started playing guitar at age 4 and started playing fiddle at age 7. Lillie Mae and her family toured as a family band for many years.
In 2017, she performed in the multi-award-winning documentary The American Epic Sessions . In this musical feature, she played both fiddle and mandolin alongside Jack White, Dominic Davis, and Fats Kaplin as part of the backing band for artists such as Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard, Taj Mahal, Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, and Ana Gabriel. Merle Haggard played her fiddle on the show.
She’ll be joined by her brother Frank Rische and husband Craig smith on guitars, her sister Scarlett on Mandolin, Jay Weaver on Bass and Dave Racine on drums.
Chris previously of Uncle Knuckle and DETH and has played guitar for Ravello, Justin King and Lindbergh. A Belmont dropout ‘03 Chris left Nashville and came back ten years later and stayed ten years longer enough to watch the shit stack up and get glossed back over.
He’ll be joined by Carrie Schneider, Charlie Abbott, and Cannon Kinnard
$10 at the door and advance tickets available in the ticket link.