The two members of Woodstock, New York-based indie/folk duo Native Harrow are in the midst of their 100-plus date New Year Eyes Tour, and Sacramento is lucky to be on their impressive list of shows. Mark your calendar for this Friday, Feb. 16 and come out to Kupros Craft House (1217 21st St.) for an intimate evening of beautiful live tunes. Vocalist and guitarist Devin Tuel and multi-instrumentalist Stephen Harms surround themselves with a plethora of musical tools on stage, everything from cellos, to drums, to keyboards, to “pawn-shop electrics,” keeping listeners and viewers engaged from start to end. The show is free, kicks off at 9:30 p.m. and is for those 21-and-over only. If you can’t make it to see the wonderful Native Harrow on the 16th, we highly suggest making it a point to check out another live show at Kupros, as it is a Midtown gem, and a perfect place to grab a bite and a pint while kicking back and enjoying some quality music. On Feb. 17 they’ve got Soul Providers, on Feb. 23 the Ross Hammond and Jon Bafus duo will be on hand, and on Feb. 24 the Harley White Jr. Trio will bring the jazz vibes. Learn more about Kupros and their upcoming shows at Facebook.com/KuprosCraftHouse. Learn more about Native Harrow at Nativeharrow.com and be sure to check out their fantastic 2017 album Sorores before heading to the gig.
**This write-up first appeared in print on page 13 of issue #259 (Feb. 12 – 26, 2018)**