Earth By Train — high energy roots rock with some indie psychedelia moments type thing — returns to Atlanta's Red Light Café with special guests The Paper Arcadia and Corey Leal!
$7 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM
All ticket sales are final. No refunds.
Earth By Train is a band. Our influences include, but are not limited to, making good music with each other, believing in the power of music and what It can do for our hearts and our world. We use drums, guitars, keyboards, our hands, our voice, our heads and our hearts to create sound that hopefully is appealing and helps in some way.
Each of us has had a past in solo writing and performing but decided, as a whole, we might make a better movement. We became a band. We are friends, we believe in each other, we support ideas and creative gestures.
Earth By Train is a band and we begin today.
Having spent many years on the road with such acts as Soulhat, Everything, Alexi Murdoch, Daniel Cage, Rusted Root, Tim Easton, Delta Saints, Big Head Todd and The Monsters, Col. Bruce Hampton, Kevin Kinney, Filligar, and Patrick Sweany; Earth By Train is seasoned and ready for the stage. Boom!
The word "bio" doesn't quite fit. So let's call this blurb a memoir. Why? Because there's narrative here, a history. These four guys have been writing and composing music since their early teens. This year, they decided to put it all on the line by forming a band and moving to Atlanta.
So, how should we describe The Paper Arcadia? Let's try this: they invent new and compelling sounds, but they also draw on rich musical traditions like blues and pop and rock and soul. They want creativity and throwback.
Stay tuned and be a part of The Paper Arcadia movement, as their narrative continues to unfold.
Hailing from San Diego, Corey Leal is the singer/songwriter of Americana project Wish and the Well. Leal showcases a blend of American roots style music with themes of love, loss, and mysticism through a dark complexion of foot stompin story tellin. Enjoy an evening of American back porch style music with songs ranging from finger style folk ballads to upbeat slide guitar and everything in between. Leal is definitely not one to miss.