The Accidentals will be celebrating the release of their new EP Time Out Session #2 on March 13, 2022 at Nashville’s City Winery with special guests Kim Richey, Beth Nielsen Chapman, and Maia Sharp.
With their Time Out EP series, folk-pop outfit The Accidentals take a literal “time out” from their full-length record releases. Enlisting the wisdom of some of the world’s most celebrated tunesmiths—like Kim Richey, Tom Paxton, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Maia Sharp, Dar Williams, Peter Mulvey, and more—The Accidentals seek to build a musical and relational bridge between generations of songwriters. The band firmly believes that in our disjointed and disunified world, connection, collaboration, and community forge the path to healing. And, with their Time Out project, The Accidentals are practicing what they preach.
What To Know About The Accidentals
This Nashville-by-way-of-Northern Michigan power trio’s lyrical prowess, musical mastery, and ethereal harmonies are seemingly delivered from the heavens directly to our ears. Their latest release, Time Out Session #2, is a six-song master class in creative teamwork—from gentle folk to indie rock, the band has beautifully covered their bases. The Accidentals have been on tour for the last week promoting the EP, with special guests and collaborators Richey, Nielsen Chapman, and Sharp, performing in the round. City Winery is the perfect listening room atmosphere for what is sure to be a not-to-miss event.
About Their New EP Time Out Session #2
If Time Out Session #1 was “an anthem for how to fix a broken America” (Rolling Stone), then Time Out Session #2 is the manual. The Accidentals are bridging differences in generations and backgrounds to create unforgettable musical alliances. “These songs are honest and vulnerable and they were written in a safe space with songwriters, that through this process of co-writing, we have come to call friends,” says Katie Larson.“ As producers and engineers on this project, Katie and I tried to stay out of our own way and just serve the songs, not over think it–leave space for the story,” adds bandmate Sav Buist. “I think we did that.”
The concert will take place on Sunday, March 13 at City Winery in Nashville. Doors open at 5:30pm and the show begins at 7:00pm. For tickets and show details, click HERE and you can click HERE for VIP package information.