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tuesday, April 16th

Jacob Alan Jaeger and parker chapin


$10/adv $12/door

April 16, 2019 07:30 PM until April 16, 2019 09:30 PM

Jacob Alan Jaeger

“Jacob Jaeger’s voice doesn’t lie. The tall Texas songman prides his singing on being undisguised. That’s not to say

it’s primitive — his handsome tenor graces two octaves with precision, but he does so au naturel: no effect, no phoniness, nothing to render it untrue or allow you to doubt the subtle conviction in which he sings about life — not anymore than you would question the credibility of a birdsong. And his strengths as a front-and-center troubadour are what portends this to be Jaeger’s moment. It’s a vocation long burgeoning via previous outfit Ghosts Along the Brazos and his 2015 solo debut, Wineskin, but now fully blossoms with a collection equally reminiscent of Bill Callahan’s laconic art bard aesthetics as it is Townes Van Zandt’s acoustic introspection.”

Parker Chapin

Released October 2018, Shark Bait encapsulates Parker’s personal journey with addiction, heartbreak, death of friends, and changing a flawed way of existing. It has been regarded as one of the best Americana releases of 2018 by many. He dishes out a dim, apparitional vibe of Americana-Folk, coherently fitting with the destructive tales of troubled heartache, self destroying ramblers and lonesome vagabonds that reside within his songs. Today, the young songwriter has a newfound hope for something better. A true artist with a raw, unique voice, Chapin leaves it all on the line. An unforgettable expression of love and pain. An example of a troubled soul that discovered a better way of living.

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