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Mo Lowda & the Humble

October 2, 2021 8:00 PM

Doors Open: 7:00 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
EARLY BIRD PRE-SALE: $15.00

TICKET SALE DATES
EARLY BIRD PRE-SALE Public Onsale: June 10, 2021 12:00 PM to October 2, 2021 12:00 AM
Mo Lowda & the Humble
Ready Coat Tour 2021
with Carriers

at Thunderbird Music Hall
Saturday, October 2nd
Doors @ 7pm
Show @ 8pm

18+ or accompanied by legal guardian

UPDATED COVID-19 POLICY: www.thunderbirdmusichall.com/safety
*Must show proof of vaccination or negative PCR test within 48 hours of show, upon entry*


www.molowda.com

Born out of the house show scene in Philadelphia, Mo Lowda & the Humble  is an indie rock band that has since evolved into a nationally and internationally touring act. Coming off of their latest full-length release, 'Creatures' (2018), the band averages 100+ tour dates a year, including festivals like Firefly, Peach Fest, Mountain Jam, and more. Their tight grooves provide the foundation for textural guitars and memorable vocal melodies. Toeing the line between precision and spontaneity, the band creates a unique, interactive experience every time they hit the stage. 

They might go to the bar with you after the show... but be cool, man.  They're currently working on their third full-length album.


https://tell.ie/carriers

Having played in several bands and touring throughout the US since, skipping college in the process, Cincinnati-based artist Curt Kiser has been meticulously crafting his proper debut as a songwriter in step with his own personal development. Adopting the moniker Carriers back in 2014, Kiser has worked with a collective of friends, including Bryan Devendorf (The National) and John Curley (The Afghan Whigs), to bring his sweeping rock visions to life.

Carriers’ debut LP, Now Is The Time For Loving Me, Yourself & Everyone Else, is a testament to the power of self-reflection and is carefully layered, leaning on strong core songwriting, hypnotic synths and lush guitar tones from Kiser, mesmerizing percussion delivered by Devendorf, and nuanced, dynamic bass lines from Curley. The 9-track album evokes the same guitar-led grandeur of The War on Drugs as Kiser takes stock of life, death, relationships and gratitude for another day.

Number of Tickets
Limit 6 tickets per order.


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