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Max's Midnight Kitchen

Max's Midnight Kitchen

Max's Midnight Kitchen


Max's Midnight Kitchen is an American Folk/Bluegrass band formed at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, OR. The band's members -- Matt Takiff (Vocals, Guitar), Daniel Nickerson (Vocals, Banjo), Justin Eubanks (Mandolin), Elliot Kuhlman (Upright Bass), and Micah Roehlkepartain (Drums) -- have been writing and performing music together since 2011. The group is known for is eclectic style, fusing elements of Folk, Bluegrass, Rock, Country, and Americana music. Read more on Last.fm
Max's Midnight Kitchen is an American Folk/Bluegrass band formed at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, OR. The band's members -- Matt Takiff (Vocals, Guitar), Daniel Nickerson (Vocals, Banjo), Justin Eubanks (Mandolin), Elliot Kuhlman (Upright Bass), and Micah Roehlkepartain (Drums) -- have been writing and performing music together since 2011. The group is known for is eclectic style, fusing elements of Folk, Bluegrass, Rock, Country, and Americana music. However, no matter how diverse their styles, the music always centers around the craft of songwriting. Mixing in a wide variety of influences from the likes of John Prine, Neil Young and Bill Monroe, Max's Midnight Kitchen has been playing on and off the streets of the Pacific Northwest with gusto.

A large and ever-expanding repertoire of material allows the band to deliver unique performances at each appearance. Their self-titled LP--a collection of original tunes along with a couple of covers--was recorded in June of 2012 and is available as a free download on www.MaxsMidnightKitchen.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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