Missy Raines & The New Hip are proud to announce that we are being represented by Evangeline Elston of Evangeline Presents. She is currently accepting dates for The New Hip for 2015 and 2016. For bookings contact Evangeline at 530.632.3798 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The other band that keeps Missy busy these days is Helen Highwater Stringband with fellow bandmates, Shad Cobb, Mike Compton, and David Grier. We are excited to announce that HHSB is now being represented by Jim Roe at Roe Entertainment. To contact Jim about Helen Highwater Stringband bookings: call 865-982-8885 or email at email@example.com
We are headed to PUMPSTOCK American Roots Festival in East Lansing Michigan Saturday, June 6th at 6:30pm. The festival is held at Bailey Park, 300 Bailey Street, East Lansing MI 48823. Bring a chair, rain location at the Bailey gym, same address. Also appearing is Rachel and the Beatnik Playboys, Nathan Bell, STELLA!, and Hatchet Man and Frog.
Missy Raines & The New Hip will be at the Red Wing Roots Festival, Saturday, July 11, 2015, in Mt. Solon, VA. They’ll be joining festival hosts, The Steel Wheels, along with The Punch Brothers, Elephant Revival, and many more.
The bluegrass supergroup known as, Helen Highwater Stringband, featuring David Grier, Mike Compton, Shad Cobb and Missy Raines, will be part of the Miami University Artists Series, Saturday, Feb 28th, 2015, along with Balsam Range. Show starts at 7:30pm at the Parrish Auditorium, 1601 University Blvd. Hamilton OH. Buy Tickets
Missy will be hosting a Bass Master Class at the 30th Annual Joe Val Bluegrass Festival on Friday, Feb 13, 2015, 11am-4pm. To sign up, email Missy at firstname.lastname@example.org Space is limited so RESERVE your spot today!
Missy Raines at the Frist with Multimedia Artist Robbie Hunsinger in Kandinsky Inspired Installation
Time-based artist Robbie Lynn Hunsinger will debut “Blue-Yellow-Red,” a new installation based on Kandinsky’s approach to color. The piece will be on view in the museum’s Rechter Room from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday and during and after a Nov. 20 performance featuring bluegrass bassist Missy Raines.
Here’s what can be revealed: Beams of light will create bands of teal, yellow and red on the floor and a multichannel video projection will be shown on the far wall of the room. The videos are real-time visuals of music composed and performed by Hunsinger. “It’s a very high-tech example of synesthesia,” she said.