The Big Lonesome, an indie rock band from Boston, MA, is joined by the melodic rock of Choir of Babble and Americana / Roots of Austin Coleman.
$7 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM
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The Big Lonesome is an indie rock band from Boston, MA. Formed in 2009 after songwriter Chad Gosselin released a collection of home recordings, he recruited his brother Luke Gosselin (guitar/lap steel/vocals) and friend Joe Ziemba (bassist) to play coffee shops, living rooms, and dilapidating rock clubs around the northeast.
In 2012, they were joined by drummer Andy Korajczyk. The band quickly developed their sound into a four piece tapestry of shoegazed indie rock with a sensibility for pop. 2016 saw the departure of Ziemba and the addition of Sam Okon. Their music has been described as sounding like "The Rolling Stones covering Sonic Youth" and has drawn comparisons to Guided by Voices and early Wilco.
Choir of Babble formed in the late winter of 2016. Choir of Babble has created a unique sound that offers infectious and haunting melodies with honest lyrics while delivering a highly energetic and intimate live show. The band has been featured in local news and radio as well as toured the Southeastern region of the U.S. and is ready to venture out further into the world.
A singer-songwriter born and raised in western North Carolina, Austin Coleman grew up to the sounds of southern rock, classic rock, and folk-country music. His inspirations span from vintage artists such as the Eagles, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Bob Seger to a more modern variety such as Jason Isbell and Band of Horses. With expressive melodies that mirror his genuine style of writing, Coleman aspires to move listeners through heartfelt messages with a delivery that appeals to lyrical enthusiasts. His first and most recent album, “Tusquittee Rain,” was released in early 2016 and features a mix of sounds from roots folk to Americana Rock.