On November 22nd, Aaron Till will take the stage at the Red Light Café for a rare solo appearance in our great city! As one of Nashville's most in-demand fiddle and multi-instrumental musicians, Aaron rarely travels on solo tours. However, now is your chance to catch a legend in the making!
Joining Aaron on November 22nd will be Atlanta's very own, The VaudeVillains. The 'Villains are a dynamic trio from right down the road in that combine elements of Western Swing, traditional country and thumbstyle guitar. With their roots firmly planted somewhere between southern charm and your inappropriate country cousin, the 'Villains are sure to keep a smile on your face during their picking and grinning.
$5 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM
All ticket sales are final. No refunds.
Aaron Till is a seasoned fiddler, singer and multi-instrumentalist of rare depth and versatility, equally at home with country music, bluegrass, Gypsy jazz, Celtic music and nearly everything in between. A Florida native raised in Maryland, Aaron has made his home in Nashville for over 20 years, building a solid reputation as a professional studio musician and sideman. He's played Western swing with Asleep At The Wheel. He's played bluegrass with Jim & Jesse, J.D. Crowe and the Nashville Bluegrass Band. Other names on the list include Mark Chesnutt, Pam Tillis, Tanya Tucker, Jerry Reed, Joe Diffee, Mel McDaniel, Raul Malo and many others. His career has taken him to 49 states and 23 countries spanning Europe, Asia, Australia and the Middle East. He's performed on WSM's Grand Ole Opry, WWVA's Wheeling Jamboree, NPR's A Prairie Home Companion, the Montreal Jazz Festival, the London Palladium and the White House. His fiddling can be heard on Jim Lauderdale’s 2008 Grammy Award winning “The Bluegrass Diaries,” Mark Chesnutt's 2006 album "Heard It In A Love Song," the Mavericks’ 2013 album, “In Time,” and on his debut solo project, "The Staying Kind." When he's not playing in bands, Aaron enjoys performing solo concerts, playing fine fingerstyle and flat-picked guitar and singing a wide range of tunes from Merle Travis and Jerry Reed to Jim Croce, Roger Miller and Nat "King" Cole, occasionally picking up the fiddle for a hoedown, a waltz or an Irish reel.
The VaudeVillains are an Atlanta based string trio with classic southern charm. Whether you call their style "dixie jazz," "western swing," "traditional country" or "hillbilly jazz" does not matter; they simply have a good time playing original arrangements and creative covers of classic songs in their own unique style. The VaudeVillains draw their influence from greats such as Chet Atkins, Hank Garland, Jerry Reed, Joe Maphis, Wes Montgomery, Grant Green and many other prodigious guitarists; as the band is centered on playing fun, interesting guitar music.
Active members of the esteemed Atlanta Guitar Guild, endorsed artists of Eastman Guitars, Fred Kelly Guitar Picks, and Cleartone Guitar Strings, performers on television, numerous radio shows including the famous Sagebrush Boogie on 89.3FM Atlanta, featured musicians in RUST Magazine and extremely busy professional musicians working throughout the south, the 'Villains spread their love of thumbstyle and western swing to every venue they visit!