Dylan Sevey and the Gentlemen will continue to push the album locally, with plans to possibly hit the road later this year.

"We're just trying to get our name and music out there," Sevey said. "The Providence scene is unbelievably supportive and filled with so many great bands, so it's been a lot of fun trying to work our way into that.

"We're taking this one gig and one opportunity at a time," he said. "Hopefully, if we continue to hone the songs and live shows, and stay gentlemanly, something good will happen."

DYLAN SEVEY & THE GENTLEMEN + SMITH & WEEDEN + THE WASHINGTONS + VUDU SISTER | Friday, March 8 @ 9 pm | AS220, 115 Empire St, Providence | $6 | 401.831.9327 | as220.org

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