Tickets are $10 Door
Join us for a joint album release for Andy Liechty's new album, Volume Two, and John Hirt and the Tin River band’s new album. Special guests Chris Weinholtz and Katie LeRoux open & close the show, respectively.
Andy Liechty is a multi-instrumentalist singer / songwriter who stays true to his roots honoring his heroes in every performance. He draws from a wide variety of influences ranging from Hank Williams to Waylon Jennings to Elvis Presley to Peal Jam to Neil Young. While every artist says their music is hard to fit into a genre, Andy’s recent recordings show definite traces of Willie Nelson and Bob Dylan. Andy’s strong points are his live performances where he rarely works with a setlist. He plays by feeling for the room, taking request if someone shouts one out, or mostly just playing by feeling for what the room wants at that time.
Tin River plays as a solo, a duo, a three piece with violin/harmonica or a full band with drums, bass and electric guitars and gets you rocking, feeling the soul of the songs and singing along.Characterized as Americana encompassing many styles which for us is a nice roll up of Alternative, Outlaw Country, Classic Rock and Indie. We play eclectic covers from killer artists like Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Tom Petty, Bob Seger, Pearl Jam, Old Crowe Medicine Show and Nirvana to name a few as well as original tunes that evoke a strong passion for story telling and getting into your soul.
John Hirt plays as a solo act or with the Tin River band as a duo, three piece with violin / harmonica or full band with drums, bass and electric guitars. Characterized as Americana — encompassing many styles which for us is a nice roll up of Alternative, Outlaw Country, Classic Rock and Indie — Tin River gets you rocking, feeling the soul of the songs and singing along. The band plays eclectic covers from killer artists like Johnny Cash, Neil Young, Willie Nelson, Tom Petty, Pearl Jam and Nirvana to name a few as well as original tunes that evoke a strong passion for story telling and getting into your soul.
Born and raised in Buffalo, NY, now living in Atlanta, GA, Chris Weinholtz’ music has a decidedly southern feel. Influenced by artists such as Joe Cocker, The Band, Little Feat, and The Allman Brothers, his new EP Distance combines these influences and many more on songs that range from gospel rock on “A Woman Like You” to quieter introspection on “Just Ain't Enough”.
Chris got his start by playing open mics in local bars. He then began to play in various local bands and won a Buffalo Music Award for Best Country Guitarist before moving to Atlanta. He has performed with or opened for artists including Johnny Winter, Artemis Pyle, and Gretchen Wilson.