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When:
December 11, 2020 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
2020-12-11T20:00:00-05:00
2020-12-11T22:00:00-05:00
Where:
The New Hope Winery
6123 Lower York Rd
New Hope, PA 18938
USA
Cost:
$25.00
Contact:
The New Hope Winery
2157942331
Doors: 7 PM Show: 8 PM


When Rich Price, Greg Naughton, and Brian Chartrand met by chance, at jam-session in 2008, the three instantly recognized a kinship and musical union, which led them to overcome geography, and set aside solo-careers to form The Sweet Remains.

Driven by forceful lyrical and melodic writing of three gifted singer-songwriters, their music appeals to fans of contemporary folk-rockers like Jason Mraz, Ray Lamontagne, and John Mayer. It is their three-part harmonies, however, which distinguish TSR from throngs of guitar-toting troubadours, reminiscent of super-groups of the 60’s and 70’s, like the Eagles, Simon & Garfunkel and CSN. Independently amassing over 38 Million Spotify plays, a fourth studio album, a live DVD, and an acclaimed new feature film, TSR, is positioned for their ever-rising demand to tour.

After that chance jam-session, Rich, Greg, and Brian began writing and recording together during breaks in their solo touring. Before long, they played these new pieces, for producer Andy Zulla, who has collaborated on many of their projects. Together, they recorded tSR’s debut CD, Laurel & Sunset. In the fall of 2010, tSR embarked their first European tour through Denmark and Germany. In 2011, their song, “What I’m Looking For”, was featured in Eddie Bauer and Subaru ad campaigns. In 2011, another composition, “Dance With Me” was featured in Putumayo Music’s compilation “Acoustic Cafe” and sold in cafe’s and gift shops world wide. Next, the trio released their DVD & CD, Live at The Canal Room (2012), followed by their sophomore studio album, North & Prospect (2013,) and their most recent release, Night Songs (2015). Feature-length ‘dramedy, The Independents, created by and starring The Sweet Remains, premiered at the 2018 Santa Barbara International Film Festival, to the plaudits of festival-goers and critical accolades. The Hollywood Reporter praised the film as, “Extremely engaging… Unconventional and sharply written…Deserves to find an audience beyond the [film] festival circuit.”

The Sweet Remains continues garnering critic acclaim. USA TODAY selected two of their songs as its “pick-of-the-week”. The BOSTON HERALD declares, “It has been a long time since three-part harmonies this lush were yoked to songs this melodically gorgeous”. Winning fans globally, The Sweet Remains’ music has been utilized in several feature films and television shows. Numerous artists have covered their soulful, original song.

FAQs

Can I pick my own seat?

You can pick by seat or the best available seat. Once seats are purchased, we cannot change them so please choose carefully and check your shopping cart before making the purchase.

Do we have a table or assigned seats to this show?

All of our seating is Cabaret Style seating, all tables are 4 person tables. We will not push the tables together for the show.

Can I bring in my own food and drink?

No, we do not allow outside food or drink. Snacks and drinks are available for purchase in the venue. Security guards at the door will ask to check purses and pockets before you enter the venue, this is also a safety precaution for all of our guests.

Do you serve dinner during the show?

No, we do not have table service or dinner service during the show. We have a small bar in the left hand corner of the venue where you may purchase wine, beer, cocktails, and snacks. If you would like to have dinner before the show please call our restaurant, The Pour House at the New Hope Winery, at 215-794-2331. We recommend reservations for dinner no later than 6:30 for our Tuesday-Saturday shows, and 4:30 for our earlier Sunday shows.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Our minimum age requirement for shows is 8 or older.

What’s the refund policy?

We do not offer refunds for shows, unless the show is cancelled or rescheduled.