Upcoming Shows

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OH JEREMIAH w/ McKenzie Lockhart

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24th

Oh Jeremiah is making their rounds and coming back through our lovely town and you won't want to miss out...

"The gorgeous variety of Americana instrumentation not only pairs well with the vocal performances of Stricklin and Raber, but that certain sonic marriage is fully utilized and showcased like no other musical couple before or currently. Stricklin’s lead is soulful without over powering a single composition while Raber’s vocal performance single handedly elevates any sequence she’s featured. The real magic happens when they deliver the musical equivalent of finishing each other’s sentences. “Hello Ghost” (my personal favorite track on the album) features some of the most perfect harmonies I’ve heard in a song since Pet Sounds. Their voices blend so well together it’s almost like a mini choir." -50thirdand3rd

OH JEREMIAH

MCKENZIE LOCKHART

Doors at 7:30pm. Show at 8pm.

Tickets $5

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JONATHAN RICHMAN ft. TOMMY LARKINS on Drums

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1

LIVE! ON STAGE: JONATHAN RICHMAN featuring TOMMY LARKINS on the drums!

Jonathan Richman has been writing music, recording and touring for most of his life, gathering the loyalty of fans and fellow artists with his warmth, humor and insightful lyrics. In the early 1970s he formed the Modern Lovers, a major progenitor of punk music. Tommy Larkins was in the groups Naked Prey, Giant Sand and other popular bands in Tucson, Arizona. Jonathan and Tommy continue to record, write music together and tour across the US. Tommy’s drumming along with Jonathan’s guitar and singing create a live experience that is hard to forget.

Tickets: $15 , Student tickets are $10 at the door.

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STEVEN BRIAN, SWEET CORN & PEANUT, with LACHELLE LOGAN

SATURDAY, MARCH 4

STEVEN BRIAN

Steven Brian is a singer/songwriter residing in Fayetteville, TN. Steven Brian brings a blend of whiskey-fueled, southern-fried acoustic rock that can only be described as unique. Armed with nothing but an acoustic guitar and enough explosive energy to set the free world on fire, Steven Brian sits ready to be the best thing you haven't heard of yet.

SWEET CORN and PEANUT

"Sweet Corn & Peanut" is a whiskey-fueled, foot-stomping', thigh-slappin' acoustic duo originating from Honolulu Hawaii. With catchy choruses and soulful lyrics, their vocal tones will have audiences singing along.

They have opened for such notable acts as: The Dropkick Murphy's, The Head and the Heart, The Mowglis, Skinny Lister, Onward Etc. and more.

LACHELLE LOGAN

Fusing a creative mix of addictive pop melodies with gorgeously dark cinematic folk, singer/songwriter LaChelle Logan has drawn comparisons to the likes of Lorde, Lana Del Rey and Marina and the Diamonds. She began working with producer Brian Hitt in the summer of 2014 and released her first EP "Atomic Clock" in early 2015.

Doors at 7pm. Show at 8pm.

Tickets $10, $8 for students with ID at door.

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WINSTON RAMBLE with TIERA

SATURDAY, MARCH 18

WINSTON RAMBLE

"Based in Florence, AL, Winston Ramble describes their music as homegrown folk n’ roll. With members originally hailing from the free state of Winston County, AL, the band aims to interject the raw expression of rock n’ roll into the feel good vibes of acoustic music.

Ben Benefield’s vocals are soulful yet gritty. Combine that with some mandolin twang and church-like 4 part harmonies and you are left feeling like you are listening to a mix between a southern rock band and a gospel bluegrass quartet. Yet, the acoustically driven tunes carry a funk, sometimes psychedelic, but ultimately, an undeniable rock n’ roll vibe."

TIERA

"Tiera is a rising country music singer/songwriter from Gardendale, AL. The eighteen year old has a deep, soulful country sound. She draws her inspiration from giants including Dolly Parton, Carrie Underwood, and Miranda Lambert."

Doors at 7:30PM. Show at 8PM.

Tickets $10.

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AIRPARK

SATURDAY, MARCH 11

Airpark makes deconstructed pop music.

Inspired by minimalism, melody and groove-heavy percussion, bandmates Michael Ford, Jr. and Ben Ford launched the group in 2016, one year after their previous project, The Apache Relay, quietly called it quits. The Apache Relay had been a large band, staffed with six members and armed with a thick, wall-of-sound approach. With Airpark, the Ford brothers sharpen their focus and scale back their arrangements, focusing on songs that pack a punch with bold, basic ingredients.

AIRPARK

Doors at 7:30pm. Show at 8pm.

Tickets $5

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BOBBY LONG

FRIDAY, APRIL 28

BOBBY LONG

British singer-songwriter Bobby Long emerged from London’s club scene with a reputation for creating memorable songs inhabited by hauntingly poetic lyrics. He relocated to New York in 2009 and has since released three CDs inhabited by powerful original material: A Winter Tale (2011)—an homage to his acoustic roots; Wishbone (2013)—a gritty opus that showcases his sorrow-filled voice and stellar guitar playing; and the critically-acclaimed Ode to Thinking (2015, Compass Records), which applies his varied musical influences to a new collection of compelling songs. The vinyl version called Ode, comprising six tracks from the CD and three previously unreleased tracks, is also available. In addition, Long has published two volumes of poetry—Losing My Brotherhood (2012) and the newly released Losing My Misery, both available from amazon and other retailers.

Doors at 7:30pm. Show at 8pm.

TICKETS $10, Students $8 at door