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The 8:59's, Jimmy Ray Swagger and The Fussy Eaters, Salt Maps

  March 3, 2024 7:00 PM

Doors Open: 6:00 PM
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADVANCED: $10.00

TICKET SALE DATES
ADVANCED Public Onsale: February 5, 2024 10:00 AM to March 3, 2024 7:00 PM
The 8:59's:

The 8:59’s, a North Carolina based band formed in 2014, blend a range of influences to create a unique yet familiar sound. Based around the songwriting, harmonies, and guitars of Christian Fisher and Neville Handel, the band is rounded out by bassist Mike Beck and drummer Brad Goolsby. Echoes of Nashville, Athens, and Chapel Hill can be heard in the band’s songs, which draw 
from and cover genres from Americana and Alt-Country to Indie Rock.

The 8:59’s have performed at a number of Triangle area venues including participating in the Cat’s Cradle 50th Anniversary celebration. The band’s songs have been featured on multiple local radio stations. In July 2022, The 8:59’s released their second full length album: Return Song. The album is available on all streaming platforms.

Facebook | Spotify | YouTube | Chapelboro


Jimmy Ray Swagger and The Fussy Eaters:

Recently transplanted to the Triangle area from their home in Cumby, TX, country music legend Jimmie Ray Swagger and his band The Fussy Eaters have been taking the East Coast country music establishment by storm. Their gritty songs of love, lust, addiction, malfeasance, and pain aim right for the heart and/or groin. After many long months of planning the move to NC, Jimmie’s probation judge finally approved and they haven’t looked back since!

Website | Instagram | Facebook


Salt Maps:

Salt Maps is a Durham-based quartet playing original music with an ear towards country lyricism through a crunchy jagged haze of post-punk. Influences include Silver Jews, Moles, Mekons, Faces, Television, Wire, Kinks.
 
Guitar/Vocals - Hayden Childs (Rapture Clause, Trouble Down South, Salvage Brothers, wrote the 33 1/3 book on Richard & Linda Thompson’s Shoot Out The Lights)
Guitar - Chris Rossi (Amor de Cosmos, Lake and Hennepin (ft Reese McHenry), Woodvamp, the Wusses)
Bass/Vocals - Paul Cardillo (Soccer, Frydaddys, Red Star Belgrade, Holy Roman Empire, Grey Gardens)
Drums - Matt Gocke (Spatula, Kitten Party, Woodvamp)
 
Number of Tickets
Limit 8 tickets per order.


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