Marley’s Ghost band has produced a dozen albums so far. (Courtesy photo)

SB Acoustic will present Marley’s Ghost with Jon Wilcox & Friends, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 7 at SOhO, 1221 State St.

Seattle-based Marley’s Ghost performs a wide repertoire of music, and the group’s dozen albums to date — like the output of The Band — survey a broad scope of Americana and acoustic music in general, refusing to confine them to any singular niche.

“It is, and always has been, about the music,” said Dan Wheetman, bassist, fiddler, guitarist, singer and chief songwriter. “That’s what’s kept this band going for so long. It’s always been about digging a little deeper, honing our skills and celebrating the entire playing process. That drives us forward.”

The group’s current album “Travelin’ Shoes” was produced by virtuoso Larry Campbell (Bob Dylan, Levon Helm), who was behind the boards for “The Woodstock Sessions,” their acclaimed 2016 album. Travelin’ Shoes is a treasure trove of gone-world gospel gems, a beloved genre, a diverse set of songs, and a salute to the finest traditions of American music.

“Larry has a vast knowledge that spans so many genres,” Wheetman said. “The thing he recognized in us is our connection to the folk and roots musicians of a past generation, and he saw in us an ability to give that music contemporary credence. He knew our strengths and how to use them to the best advantage in each of the songs.”

Composed of singer/multi-instrumentalists Wheetman, Jon Wilcox, Mike Phelan, Ed Littlefield Jr., Jerry Fletcher and Bob Nichols, the band has been singing and playing everything from roots to rock, blues to bluegrass, and gospel to stone country for more than 30 years as a working unit.

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