Cat's Cradle

Matt Pryor & Dan Andriano, with Erie Choir

April 13, 2017 8:30 PM

Doors Open: 7:30 PM
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ADVANCED: $13.00
DAY OF: $16.00

TICKET SALE DATES
ADVANCED Public Onsale: December 12, 2016 12:00 PM to April 13, 2017 12:00 AM
DAY OF Public Onsale: April 13, 2017 12:00 AM to April 13, 2017 7:30 PM
"I’m a songwriter. I’ve also been a touring musician since 1997. I’ve played all over the world and in that time I’ve met some really interesting people. This is hopefully a way for others to get to know them and their stories.

This is a strange line of work and there are a lot of fascinating weirdos in it. I’m lucky to get to call them my friends." -Matt Pryor

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"Party Adjacent was produced by true weirdo and former Bomb the Music Industry mastermind, Jeff Rosenstock, and Dan’s being backed up by Kevin Higuchi of The Jeff Rosenstock Band, Jeff playing bass and keyboards, and guitarist Mike Huguenor of Hard Girls, and by golly, the results are just fucking fantastic and unexpected. Sure, there are still those classic groove-based Costello-y jams on here that Dan’s so proficient at knocking out, but vibes ranging from Thin Lizzy to Billy Bragg, the Clash and even Brand New pop up on Party Adjacent, and the result is one of those rare collections that’s obviously an artist’s singular vision that’s been augmented by the right collaborative team. To put it another way, this ain’t your dad’s Emergency Room Record (unless Dan is your dad, in which case, Hi Soph!)

The Emergency Room project started when Dan found himself living in Florida and experimenting with the idea of doing a stripped down record that would exist completely separate from his work in Alkaline Trio. That album, Hurricane Season came out quietly on Asian Man Records in 2011, and Dan did a bit of touring on it, troubadour style, with just an acoustic guitar, notably on the US and European legs of The Revival Tour. Party Adjacent adds a new chapter to the Emergency Room story, with a full band, a batch of songs that might be Dan’s best ones to date, and if we’re lucky, a tour that will bring these tunes to your town so you can hear ‘em and say “HOLY SHIT! Where the hell did THAT come from?” for yourself."
-Brendan Kelly

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