The Lively Exchange headline an evening of Southern Soul Rock 'N Roll with the groovy rock-jam Americana of Poverty Level and the silvery and gritty Indie Pop of Lexi Street opening the show.
$7 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM
All ticket sales are final. No refunds.
The Lively Exchange is throwback Americana for the modern listener. Their music pays respect to the likes of The Band, Bruce Springsteen, and Bob Dylan. With those artists in mind, their aim is to bring Rock 'N Roll back to the mainstream music culture. These four musicians prove Rock 'N Roll is not dead but quite lively.
The Lively Exchange is a four piece band featuring Andrew Varson on guitar/vocals, Dustin Merkle on drums/vocals, Cameron Pickup on fiddle, and Ethan Bruns on bass/piano. With roots from Kentucky to Georgia, southern soul oozes from each strum, pluck, and kick.
Poverty Level band members are lead singer Phillip Bridges, guitar players John “JD” Hopkins and Mason Coates, and drummer Craig Clontz. Hopkins also plays fiddle, and is the band’s primary songwriter. Bridges, Hopkins, and Clontz have been together as part of the band since 2009, with Coates joining them in 2011. All of the band members originally hail from western Virginia and moved together to the Atlanta area last year to pursue their musical ambitions. The band has established a great reputation and solid local following with their groovy rock-jam style of Americana, featuring great vocal harmonies and sizzling string work throughout.
In the get down & deep south, just outside Atlanta, Georgia (pronounced Jaw-jah) is music that will make you want get up... to go get a drink so you can sit back down to relax with a bourbon in your hand. Lexi Street writes bitter sweet music about love, sex and just being human. Influenced by sounds of Lily Allen, Johnny Cash, Chris Isaak and the XX. Their lastest project titled Fù Fù is the creative project of Lexi Street and Brooklyn based musician Geoff Israel. Sharing files up and down the East Coast to work together.