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Green Lawn Cemetery

15550 Elm Rock Road
Nelsonville, OH 45764
(740) 753-3472
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Concert review: Nelsonville Music Festival - Columbus Alive (blog)

Monday, June 06, 2016

Maryn Jones leads All Dogs through its set at the Nelsonville Music Festival. Photo by Joel Oliphint.FridayThe Friday bummer was that Gary Clark Jr. had to cancel. But because the cancellation pushed things back, I got there in time to see Angel Olsen, who put on a captivating early evening performance with her band. On record, Olsen's singing sounds breathy and ethereal, but onstage, her voice is grounded, and her vibrato is a gut punch. There's a pathos running through Olsen's music that, combined with her hundred-mile stare, is deeply affecting. She closed the set by herself, covering Roky Erickson’s “For You.” “If I was on trippy drugs I’d have bawled my eyes out,” one fan said after the last note cascaded into the hills.After a hoedown in the No-Fi Cabin with Justin Fowler and his sweaty friends, I took in All Them Witches on the porch stage, which began with two festival-goers' onstage wedding ceremony. I got bored with the band’s jammy groove-metal and felt similarly “meh” during goofy critical darling Mac Demarco’s set on the...

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Concert review: Nelsonville Music Festival - Columbus Alive (blog)

Monday, June 06, 2016

Maryn Jones leads All Dogs through its set at the Nelsonville Music Festival. Photo by Joel Oliphint.FridayThe Friday bummer was that Gary Clark Jr. had to cancel. But because the cancellation pushed things back, I got there in time to see Angel Olsen, who put on a captivating early evening performance with her band. On record, Olsen's singing sounds breathy and ethereal, but onstage, her voice is grounded, and her vibrato is a gut punch. There's a pathos running through Olsen's music that, combined with her hundred-mile stare, is deeply affecting. She closed the set by herself, covering Roky Erickson’s “For You.” “If I was on trippy drugs I’d have bawled my eyes out,” one fan said after the last note cascaded into the hills.After a hoedown in the No-Fi Cabin with Justin Fowler and his sweaty friends, I took in All Them Witches on the porch stage, which began with two festival-goers' onstage wedding ceremony. I got bored with the band’s jammy groove-metal and felt similarly “meh” during goofy critical darling Mac Demarco’s set on the...