Ghost of Paul Revere Record Exclusive Live Set for Acoustic Asheville
Ghost of Paul Revere are known for creating the “type of music for which festivals are made” (The Boston Globe), and their sunny, adrenaline-inducing Balcony TV performance- complete with rollicking banjo, “to die for” harmonies (The Shotgun Seat), and soulful harmonica- proves just that. The Portland, Maine quartet has grown to become one of New England’s top-selling local acts one performance at a time- sometimes playing more than 55 shows in 45 days- and their live act is guaranteed to get your “feet stomping with lightning speed” (Mother Church Pew).
Ghost’s sonically experimental new album ‘Monarch’ has been praised by Billboard, Relix, The Boot and more, and they’re currently wrapping up a 35+ date North American tour, which included Isis Music Hall in Asheville. The band also performed a live set for Acoustic Asheville: see the videos below.