It's an evening of Americana, Folk Rock, Southern Gothic / Outlaw Country with Pennsylvania's Jeremiah Tall and Atlanta's own Brian Revels (City Mouse) and Banjaline.
$7 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM
All ticket sales are final. No refunds.
Inspired by an unwavering love for summers spent in the mountains, along with the tall tales from his youth, Jeremiah Tall is a one-man show based out of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Tall's tales range from the struggles of finding your feet on an ever-changing landscape to fictional stories of cowboys and the common man’s battle with the devil. A hand painted suitcase converted into a kick drum provides a backbone to his own throwback spin on folk rock.
Brian Revels is probably most recognized as the brazen voice behind Atlanta, Georgia's, City Mouse, a bourbon-barreled version of an Avett Brother's rip-off (in the best possible way). If you know him, you might also tend to picture him holding a banjo. But, long before the birth of this rowdy string trio, he has been scribbling lyrics on scrap paper - restaurant order pads, receipts, check stubs - and picking a well-loved 6-string confidante.
As a performer, he tends to reimagine his songs constantly. Not like the Dead, completely reforming or endlessly improvising, but delivering the words with an earnestness that is completely true in the moment and therefore never a re-enactment of something tirelessly rehearsed - whether or not it is.
Banjaline is an Atlanta-based banjo player and vocalist. She is self-taught on the banjo and plays clawhammer and three-finger picking style. After learning how to play the instrument by playing old-timey and bluegrass covers, Banjaline started writing her own music. Influences include Buell Kazee, The SteelDrivers, Clarence Ashley, Doc Watson, and Mike Seeger. The style of her music could be described as Americana, Southern Gothic, or Outlaw Country. Common themes of her songs are moonshine, murder, traveling, hauntings, horror, drinking, and animals. Banjaline performs solo or with a backing band featuring a saw. Her performance history started with the Stovetop Ramblers in late 2013, and she was part of HotHouse Peaches in 2014/2015.