Folk trio, The Last Revel will headline The ELM in Bozeman on Saturday, November 18, 2023 with support from Bozeman’s Cactus Cuts.
The Last Revel is comprised of talented musicians Ryan Acker, Vinnie Donatelle, and Lee Henke. Their music is infused with a blend of traditional folk elements, Americana, and a modern twist that creates a sound uniquely their own. From foot-stomping tunes that get the crowd dancing to soulful ballads that tug at heartstrings, The Last Revel delivers a dynamic live show.
Get a feel for the The Last Revel’s sound and check out a couple of their top songs, “Blind in the Fray” and “Engine Trouble.” They’ve released two singles in 2023 – “Here For You” and “Dovetail Cabin” – both of which will be included on their fifth studio album, Dovetail, slated to release August 25th.
Enjoy a night of folk music with some of Americana’s most promising rising talents and grab your tickets today!
Fun Fact: The Last Revel is based in the Upper Midwest but Ryan Acker can also be found spending time in Bozeman, where he also collaborates with his wife Lena Schiffer of Bozeman favorites, Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs. Together, they perform as the folk duo, Canoe Dealers.
About The Last Revel
From the budding music scene of the Upper Midwest comes the cutting edge Front Porch Americana soundscapes of The Last Revel. This powerfully talented trio of multi-instrumentalists from Minneapolis, Minnesota so naturally blends the genres of Folk, Rockabilly, Old Time String-Band and Rock to create a sound that is as equally original as it is timeless.
The Last Revel trio utilizes their multi-instrumental abilities to bring the acoustic guitar, upright bass, fiddle, 5-string banjo, harmonica, kick drum and three-part vocal harmonies together to consistently deliver “Bombastic live performances”, as well as delicate and haunting folk ballads.
Having released their third album Hazard & Fate in April of 2017, The Last Revel further demonstrates their ability to create rich and delicately textured recorded material with a modern “tip of the hat” to the storied history of American folk music.