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High and Dry Brewing finds a novel way to keep local bands performing

Stereogeist records their part of a virtual concert at the brewery. (All photos and images courtesy of High and Dry Brewing)

All of us in the Crew have been missing live music since the pandemic put a halt to concerts, big and small, at our breweries and other music venues. We have, at times, watched internet broadcasts of some of our favorite metal bands from overseas, and we have also taken notice of many local bands doing the same at venues like Launchpad.

The breweries, though, have not jumped into hosting these sort of virtual concerts, even though many have hosted local and touring bands over the years. High and Dry Brewing will be the first to change that, teaming up with four local bands for a virtual concert on Thursday, October 15, at 7:15 p.m. on Facebook Live. The event was the brainchild of local musician Joey Sullivan of Stereogeist and High and Dry owner/head brewer Andrew Kalemba, who sat down with us to talk about the upcoming event.

“It was about two months ago or so

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