A rising star Americana trio out of Maine, the Ghost of Paul Revere has quickly emerged as one of the fastest growing roots outfits on the East Coast, their “holler folk” sound centered on boot-stomping rhythms and ringing three part vocal harmonies.

“The Maine-grown, foot-stompin’ holler-folk quartet create the type of music for which festivals are made.” — The Boston Globe

The Ghost of Paul Revere is touring in support of their sophomore record Monarch. Formed in 2011 by childhood friends Griffin Sherry, Max Davis and Sean McCarthy, the band built up a local following in Maine until their debut record, 2014’s Believe, believe began turning heads outside of their home state. The band began touring constantly, honing their sound until a big break came in the form of an invitation to the Newport Folk Festival (after winning an emerging artist competition). The Newport performance exposed the band to a much wider audience and fueled the band’s rise to the top echelon of roots pop artists like The Lumineers and the Ballroom Thieves.  

The Newport contest also granted them studio time which they used to make the acclaimed E.P. Field Notes. Since then, they’ve used their powerful and electrifying stage show to convert the masses at every stop along their long and winding journey, which has included shared stages with artists like The Avett Brothers, The Travelin’ McCourys, Brown Bird, The Revivalists, the Infamous Stringdusters, and more. The band sold out Port City Music Hall, Stone Mountain Arts Center, and the Strand Theater multiple times, won Best In Maine at the New England Music Awards.  They released their sophomore full length record Monarch in November 2017.