Jamestown Revival

Jamestown Revival (10:15 PM)

The Wind + The Wave (9:15 PM)

Kris Orlowski (8:30 PM)

Thu, May 29, 2014

8:00 pm

Adv Tix $12.00 / Day of Show Tix $14.00

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Jamestown Revival - (Set time: 10:15 PM)
Jamestown Revival
At the heart of Jamestown Revival is a friendship that spans over a decade.

Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance grew up together in the small Texas town of Magnolia. From a young age, they shared a love for music as well as the outdoors. About an hour north of Magnolia TX, there was some old family land with a dilapidated ranch house where they spent the better part of their adolescence.

At one point or another, music from Creedence Clearwater and The Everly Brothers, to fellow Texans Willie Nelson, Guy Clark, and Stevie Ray Vaughan found it’s way through an old pair of speakers that sat on the back porch. The pair spent the day exploring that thousand-acre plot of land, and when the sun when down they took to the records of the songwriters and bands that inspired them. At the age of 22, they moved to Austin and began to craft a sound of their own. Deeply rooted in harmony, they merged the sounds of the South with classic American, and Western rock.

Looking for adventure, as well as a change of pace, they eventually made the decision to head west and make the move to Los Angeles, CA.

Throughout the course of the next 12 months, they wrote what will be Jamestown Revival’s first full-length album. It’s heavily autobiographical, telling the stories of their adventures, their discomforts, and their observations. In order to capture the spirit of the music, the two found a log cabin high within the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. The pair, along with their band and engineer, set out to convert it in to a temporary recording studio. With wild moose right outside the window, and aspen leaves spinning in the wind, they tracked 14 songs. Performed live, with no headphones, and entirely to tape, the process captured the moments in the room.

Now back L.A., the duo are planning to release their music and gear up for life back out on the road. These days, they’re exploring far more than just a thousand acres…
The Wind + The Wave - (Set time: 9:15 PM)
The Wind + The Wave
Another year another record. Patty Lynn and Dwight Baker will be releasing
their 3rd full length and 5th album in their five year existence this fall. Human
Beings Let You Down was a record made in hotels and backstage dressing
rooms across the US as the duo toured on their last release on Island
Records, Happiness Is Not A Place. Produced and mixed again by Dwight
A. Baker, Human Beings harkens back towards their original record on RCA,
From The Wreckage. It’s a sonic tapestry that brings more a rock and roll
edge into the fold while still touching on the original folk vibes and incredible
lyric and vocal work by Patty Lynn that brought the duo to recognition. Also
on this record are the first appearances of the bands touring band. The new
Tour, Neon Prayer Flags, kicks off in mid Oct 2018 and circles America
through the winter.
Kris Orlowski - (Set time: 8:30 PM)
Kris Orlowski
For Seattle-based band Kris Orlowski, making music is about more than fulfilling personal agendas; it’s about creating something that touches the soul. Through relatable storytelling, husky harmonies and knack for hitting emotional highs, the band has touched the souls of people across the Pacific Northwest since 2010. In the wake of releasing three well-received EPs, touring the country and having songs featured on primetime television series, the act will release its first full-length album, Believer. Produced by Martin Feveyear, of Jupiter Studios in Seattle, the songs that make-up Believer were woven together along the West Coast: from the salty shores of Seaside, Ore., and Orcas Island’s Doe Bay, to the corners of Orlowski’s Seattle apartment – as well as the practice spaces in between. And the collection, rich with personal experiences and thoughtful reflection, may prove the band’s most honest and empowering work yet. Shedding the lush sounds of a 17 piece orchestra for more traditional rock and pop arrangements, the cinematic record is more punch-y and experimental than their earlier folk-infused traditions. “I think the album will inspire some hope, but I also think it will go beyond that and give people a reason to act,” Orlowski says. In other words, it might encourage finding something to believe in.
Venue Information:
Troubadour
9081 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90069
http://www.troubadour.com/

All lineups and times subject to change