Elephant Convoy, See Water – Tickets – The Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC – July 1st, 2017

Elephant Convoy, See Water

Rock it out at the Muse with two great bands...

Elephant Convoy

See Water

Sat, July 1, 2017

Doors: 10:00 pm / Show: 10:30 pm

The Evening Muse

Charlotte, NC

$7.00

Tickets at the Door

Elephant Convoy
Elephant Convoy
Elephant Convoy formed in Wilmington, North Carolina in 2013 orginally as an outlet for brothers Javier and Daniel Rodriguez and close friend Graham Rattray to connect over and collaborate within the genre they love: roots reggae. Their garage jam sessions led to playing house parties, which eventually led to gigs at small local venues and bars throughout North Carolina.

The addition of new members to the band in 2014 helped solidify the big instrumental sound they are known for today and resulted in their debut album Foundation, along with regional tours up and down the East Coast. During this period of time, Elephant Convoy shared the stage with acts such as Collie Buddz, The Expendables, The Wailers, The Movement, Through The Roots & more. Venue highlights for the Convoy include playing at the coveted Irie Vibes Music Festival in Long Creek, South Carolina and the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach.

The band's lineup currently consists of Javier Rodriguez (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar), Daniel Rodriguez (Drums), Graham Rattray (Bass), Michael Eakins (Vocals/Lead Guitar), and Patrick Mosca (Keys). The band is currently working with prized producer Joel Aloise from Zion Within Productions and the award-wining studio Hourglass Studios on their second album that is due for release Summer '17.

While the band's biggest influence remains the roots reggae genre that derived from Jamaica decades earlier, they also draw inspiration from the dancehall, electronic, and hip hop genres to create their authentically modern reggae sound.

As a diverse group of individuals, the band's vision has always been to use music to create and preserve oneness between people from all walks of life. Their coastal attitude and socially conscious mindset show in their music through their use of heavy bass, driving melodies, and thought-provoking lyrics.

There's nothing stopping this band from spreading their music and message to reggae music community and beyond.
See Water
See Water
See Water is the love child of reggae and punk rock. This up-and-coming band from Charleston, SC will take your ears on a roller-coaster ride through laid-back jams and hard-hitting rock riffs. Their style is similar to that of a mosh-pit on the beach at sunset. If their music was a cocktail, it would be a long island iced tea; at first you think, “There’s no way you can mix all of that together,” but sure enough, you take a sip only to find that it’s delicious and intoxicating.
"When you see a body of water, whether calm or violent, it makes you feel something, and that's what we're here to do."
See Water have been proving themselves in all their unorthodox glory at Music Farm Charleston and The Charleston Pour House, as well as numerous venues throughout the southeast and US Virgin Islands, while performing alongside acts like Badfish, Passafire, TreeHouse!, Fear Nuttin Band, and Sun-Dried Vibes. After their debut release, an acoustic EP entitled 'Diluted Acoustica', See Water began recording their first full-length album 'Hit The Moon' at Truphonic Recording Studios. The album captures the energy of a live See Water performance, with added elements from Charleston's own Ross Bogan (The Movement, Sol Driven Train, Long Miles), Parker DeWitt (Blue Dogs) and Walker Barnes (MooseKick), to name a few. 'Hit The Moon' is set to be released early next year and is led by the first action-packed rock-ska single, 'Echo', available now on iTunes and Spotify. In the meantime, we advise you to hop on the party wagon and join See Water's die-hard fans, the Squid Squad, at their next show.
Venue Information:
The Evening Muse
3227 N. Davidson St.
Charlotte, NC
http://www.eveningmuse.com/