Whiskey Treaty Roadshow

Whiskey Treaty Roadshow

Sat · October 6, 2018

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$20 day of show

Tickets at the Door

The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow is a collaborative band which brings together five Massachusetts singer-songwriters (Tory Hanna, Billy Keane, David Tanklefsky, Chris Merenda and Greg Smith) in the vein of Americana, rock and roots-folk music. The Treaty’s boot-stomping collective, five-part lyrical stylings and shared approach to folk music speaks to audiences young and old, with sing-a-long performances bringing people together in raw emotion and enjoyment.

The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow
The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow
The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow is a collaborative band which brings together five Massachusetts singer-
songwriters in the vein of Americana, Rock, and Roots-Folk music. The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow headlined
the final 2015 Shire City Sessions show of the year in Pittsfield, MA and has recently debuted it first LIVE Album
entitled, "The Heart of the Run," an ode to the magical process of Whiskey making and the good people
of Massachusetts and New England who craft their passion and manufacture spirits right here in the region.
An independently released Album, the title speaks to the groups song writing and affinity for the beverage and
the way in which Whiskey and Music, bring people together in harmony and good times.
The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow produced a Nationally acclaimed Short Music Documentary which
was accepted into 17 Film Festival across the country, and 5 time recipient of 'Best Musical Short Documentary'
Awards. The Documentary has lifted the message of collaborative music in Western Massachusetts to a
national audience, and propelled the band into regional tours and showcases including supporting acts such as
the Indigo Girls, The Felice Brothers, The Adam Ezra Group, Deertik,The Novel Ideas, house band
performances at the New England Whiskey Festival and the Whiskey Washback at New York's Bowery Hotel
two years running. The Treaty's boot stomping collective, 5-part lyrical stylings, and shared approach to folk

music speaks to audiences young and old, with sing-a-long performances bringing people together in raw

emotion and enjoyment.
Venue Information:
Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center
289 Main St
Greenfield, MA, 01301
https://www.hawksandreed.com/