Please view our most up-to-date COVID-19 guidelines before entering the show: http://www.tractortavern.com/tractor-covid-guidelines VIP Ticket: gets you a new album, autographed show poster, access to the VIP EVENT with the band in the Tractor greenroom from 8-8:30pm and entry into the show.For more than a dozen years, Massy Ferguson has proudly planted their boots on both sides of the country-rock divide, carving out their brand of amplified Americana along the way. Based in Seattle, theyve become international torchbearers of a sound thats distinctly moody Northwest Americana, with a touring history that spans fourteen different countries. On their sixth full-length studio album, Joes Meat and Grocery, they double down on their rock & roll roots, mixing bar-band twang with a raw, guitar-driven bang. Gluing those sounds together is the songwriting partnership of bass-playing frontman Ethan Anderson and guitarist Adam Monda. Their songs spin stories of small-town adolescence, big-city adulthood, and the long miles of highway that stretch in between.Long before Massy Ferguson played their first show in 2006, Anderson spent his childhood outside Seattle in the rural reaches of the Pacific Northwest. His parents were strictly religious, and he found himself at the local Pentecostal church almost every weekend, watching as his fellow congregants beat their Bibles and spoke in tongues. Unfortunately, the spirit didnt move him in quite the same way. In search of clarity, Anderson turned to music: first to the country and folk artists whose songs reminded him of home, and later to the hard-edged rock bands who ruled the roost in Seattle, where hed eventually relocate as an adult. Those two stylistic extremes country and rock continue to rear their heads in his music. Andersons past continues to rear its head, too, and its woven throughout the moody offerings on Joes Meat and Grocery. Massy Fergusons records have always sounded cinematic, like a Springsteen-worthy portrayal of blue-collar life in Americas northwestern pocket.