The Ain't Sisters (funk-infused, blues-driven Americana) are joined by She Returns From War (Southern acoustic folk), Brian Robert (Indie Folk) and Jason Waller (Americana cause it's not country and it's not rock and roll — all music is folk music).
$7 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM
All ticket sales are final. No refunds.
Forged in the murky depths of a Folly Beach holding cell, The Ain’t Sisters have transcended their origins as outlaw street performers to grace the stages of the Southeast with their unique brand of funk-infused, blues-driven Americana.
The duo, composed of Arrie Bozeman and Barb Carbon, blends tight harmonies and smart lyrics with soulful, booty-shakin’ acoustic melodies. Both dynamic musicians and songwriters, they share an equal propensity for irony, humor, ferocity, and heart-on-sleeve authenticity.
With common roots in Atlanta, Georgia, Arrie and Barb have been friends and cohorts for over 10 years, but The Ain’t Sisters is their first venture as a duo. Together, their musical influences range from Patty Griffin to Prince and from Lucinda Williams to Bird Cloud (seriously, check them out!). Their shared belief system is underpinned by the idea of music as community – that it should be fun and bring people together, and that’s exactly what they intend to do! Keep an eye out for The Ain’t Sisters, they might just pop up at your favorite venue, or in your living room, or (preferably) out back around your fire pit. Fair warning – they don’t stop playing until the sun comes up. YAY MUSIC!
She Returns From War bring a unique approach to Southern acoustic folk, with sounds ranging from driving and dark to androgynous country swing. Their freshman LP rips open the curtain to world of heartache and despair told with glassy harmonies and addictive melodies.
Brian Robert, formerly known as Company or Co., is an indie-folk singer-songwriter from South Carolina.
"Brian Robert has a voice that’s filled with honesty and nerve and his new album is one of the most exciting upcoming releases of the waning year." — Stereo Embers Magazine Song of the Day
"The title track of Brian Robert’s debut solo record, 1117 Magnolia, perfectly captures the experience of saying goodbye. With waltzing two-step undertones that hurt your heart a little bit, this is the kind of song for losing yourself, the kind that you don’t want to end." — Fig Voices (print)
Waller is the last name and what the band is called. Songs and such about death and love. Americana cause it's not country and it's not rock and roll. All music is folk music. original tunes played for the sound guy.