SUMMIT, NJ - Brooklyn-based indie Folk bank Bellehouse, driven by a vocal trio that evokes a 'three-headed siren' of vocalists that includes Summit native Sarah Elizabeth Haines, will appear in concert at MONDO June 10, beginning at 8:30 p.m.

The band has been spinning tales of urban Americana since the beginning of 2013, drawing influence from Old Time and early folk-revival while pulling from a broad host of other genres – including Celtic trad, classic rock, soul and Motown, Balkan choir and beyond. The resulting synergy walks the line between down-home roots music and intellectual acoustic folk-rock. 

Bellehouse presents as a duo -- band founders Jess Taylor Clinton and Haines -- and as a full-on string band. A choir-like triumvirate of voices draws listeners to the proverbial fireside. Double bass, guitar, banjo and viola lay foot-stomping fuel for the fire and serve as guides through an intricate, earthy world of pulsing unplugged rhythms. The band may lure the audience with a ballad then turn on a dime for more raw acoustic harmony, the whole attendance closely in tow. 

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Their music and album, titled "Capsized," can be found on iTunes, Spotify, Bandcamp, Soundcloud, and other platforms.

Bellehouse includes:

Jess Taylor Clinton (vocals, guitar)
Sarah Elizabeth Haines (vocals, viola)
Mackenzie Shivers (vocals, bodhrán, keys)
Ryan Gross (banjo, vocals)
Yuka Tadano (bass)
Cody Rahn (drums, percussion)

Tickets are $20 advance, $25 day of the show and $10 for students. To RSVP and reserve tickets, contact MONDO is located at 426 Springfield Avenue.