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Tupelo, Mississippi's Paul Thorn was a prizefighter and sky diver before becoming a rootsy singer/songwriter. As a boxer, Thorn once fought against Roberto Duran and as a musician, he has toured and collaborated with Sting, Paul Carrack, Joe Diffie, Tanya Tucker, Ronnie Milsap, and Carole King to name a scant few....
Oregon-native Nahko, born a mix of Apache, Puerto Rican, and Filipino cultures and adopted into an American family, suffered an identity crisis from an early age. But the unifying power of music entered his life as a healing remedy, when he took up the piano at age six....
Performing with unparalleled energy Thomas & Co. blend the sounds of folk, rock, reggae, and hip hop with soulful harmonies, memorable anthems, and upbeat rhythms that climax in a celebration of joyful intensity....
The members of electronica trio the New Deal emerged from Canada’s thriving jazz scene. Bassist Dan Kurtz, drummer Darren Shearer, and keys player Jamie Shields met one night at an impromptu jam in Toronto, and the results of their session were so pleasing that they released them as THIS IS LIVE (1999)....
First Aid Kit are a Swedish duo comprising sisters Johanna and Klara Söderberg, whose vocal harmonies and woodsy, folk-influenced songwriting take influence from the likes of Fleet Foxes and Joanna Newsom....
With three landmark albums in the last ten years, 2014 sees The Presets refine and focus on singles. Releasing two singles this year including 'Goodbye Future', their latest single 'No Fun' sets The Presets on a nihilist path to techno decadence....
Antwon is a new breed of rapper/musician that’s part of the new more eclectic style of Hip Hop embracing Internet culture and flourishing amongst the blogosphere and file-share sector. He hails from San Jose, CA, backed by his long time friend DJ Sex Play....
Irish singer/songwriter James Vincent McMorrow didn't begin his musical life until he was well into his teens. Initially a drummer, he was drawn to the harsher sounds of At the Drive-In, Refused, and Glassjaw....
His sophisticated guitar fantasias for Procol Harum distinguished that band as one of the premiere artists of the 1960s, but Robin Trower left in '71 to chase a grittier sound. The Robin Trower Band released several well-received albums, and critics praised Trower's melodic yet gutsy approach....
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|10/25||8:30 pm||Paul Thorn|
|10/29||8:00 pm||Nahko and Medicine for the People|
|10/31||9:00 pm||The New Deal|
|11/01||9:00 pm||First Aid Kit|
|11/04||9:00 pm||The Presets|
|11/05||8:00 pm||James Vincent McMorrow|
|11/06||8:00 pm||Robin Trower|
|11/08||8:30 pm||The Horrors|
|11/09||7:00 pm||Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy|
|11/13||8:00 pm||The Dirty Heads and Rome|
|11/16||7:30 pm||Bebel Gilberto|
|11/21||8:00 pm||Justin Townes Earle|
|11/22||8:00 pm||Who's Bad|
|11/29||8:30 pm||Shawn Mullins|
|12/10||8:00 pm||Hard Working Americans|
|12/11||8:00 pm||A Peter White Christmas|
|12/29||8:30 pm||Railroad Earth|
|12/30||8:30 pm||Railroad Earth|