Jeremiah Daly & Logan Vath bring their Spring tour to Red Light Café with Atlanta's own Anthony Aparo opening the show for an evening of folk + indie rock infused Americana. Pre-show open jam at 6pm; show begins at 8pm.
$8 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 6 PM (pre-show open jam)
Quite often the best things in life come when we decide to move out of our comfort zone. This is a lesson Jeremiah Daly had to learn when he decided to leave his incredibly successful band, The Perfect Measure, to pursue a solo career. The acoustic pop band had a couple million views on YouTube and was doing well with album sales and tours, but Daly just did not see a future with TPM. So, he decided to pursue a career making music on his own with more folksy, Americana roots.
This paradigm shift allowed him to be more authentic in his music, and it is clear with every note that he is more passionate about the lyrics he is singing than he ever was before. Daly released his debut solo album, In Our Time, in May of 2014 – a record that has been connecting with people from day one.
The Perfect Measure had become a band where he could only discuss love and relationships, so Daly took the opportunity to write about some of his own struggles in his solo material. Lyrically, In Our Time covers a variety of topics, which came as a result of finally being able to discuss things he had wanted to talk about for years.
In September of 2014, Daly set out on an East Coast tour to promote the record, and was received well by both listeners and fellow musicians alike. Daly played in houses and coffee shops all across the coast in his first tour since he left The Perfect Measure.
Daly is currently working on a follow-up EP to In Our Time, which will display his more of his folk sound and shows him maturing as a lyricist. The currently untitled EP will undoubtedly be his most honest work to date, and is a batch of songs Daly is incredibly excited to share with the world.
Born and raised in southern Georgia by musical parents, Anthony Aparo sings and plays the banjo, guitar, and cello, as well as a wide array of other auxiliary instruments. He's currently working on a variety of projects, combining traditional storyteller folk music with electronic and ambient landscapes.