Lexi Street writes bitter sweet music about love, sex and just being human. wWAYLOn gives you roses and thorns as he sings his brutal truths, bringing you "forward thinking" southern music. Will Mitchell blends classic songwriting with modern sounds and studio sorcery to create songs on an epic scale. Join them for an epic evening of music with Will opening the show, wWAYLOn performing a late set, and Lexi bringing her magic betwixt the two.
$7 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM
Atlanta-based singer / songwriter Lexi Street writes bitter sweet music about love, sex and just being human, influenced by sounds of Lily Allen and Johnny Cash, Chris Isaak and the XX. Her latest project, titled Fù Fù, is a collaboration with Brooklyn-based musician Geoff Israel; the two sharing files up and down the East Coast to work together, and recording part of their project in Cleveland, OH where their management company is located. They put together an EP of their 3 latest songs, including 3 previous singles that were released, the first of which where Street met Israel as a hired gun in the studio playing trumpet on their single, "Shoulda Known Better".
wWAYLON gives you roses and thorns as he sings his brutal truths, bringing you "forward thinking" southern music. Mama went into labor at a Bluegrass festival in 1981 while his old man picked mandolin onstage, earning wWAYLON the title "The Bluegrass Baby" by local media. wWAYLON was thrust into the South and forced to reconcile with the state of humanity, the lies and hypocrisy taught in school, and the heresies committed by the Church.
Alienated by the people who felt he should just "quiet down", years went by as wWAYLON walked alone in his convictions, never giving in to the apathy of others. Art is always propaganda, and wWAYLON is a leader who has found his place as a shepherd to the black sheep.