The Lawsuits, The Pinkerton Raid, Tyler Nail Trio – Tickets – The Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC – July 28th, 2017

The Lawsuits, The Pinkerton Raid, Tyler Nail Trio

Muse presents a great three act show...

The Lawsuits

The Pinkerton Raid

Tyler Nail Trio

Fri, July 28, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

The Evening Muse

Charlotte, NC

$8.00

The Lawsuits
The Lawsuits
For years, Philadelphia's The Lawsuits have been known for a sound that cannot be pigeonholed into one genre. There is something to be said about a band that has been creating music together as long as The Lawsuits have. With that longevity comes a sort of comfort and understanding for both themselves, and the listener. "Moon Son", the band's second full length release, and Randm Records debut, showcases years of blending each other's influences and sounds to create something wholly their own. They have spent their music careers up to this point dipping their toes in multiple sounds and styles to create this very identity. With a nostalgic nod to the greats of the past and a dash of modern productions and self-awareness, laced with sweeping harmonies: this is The Lawsuits.
Formed after songwriter Brian Dale Allen Strouse was introduced to vocalist Vanessa Winters & bassist Brendan Cunningham through a mutual friend, The Lawsuits then recruited fellow Temple alum, drummer Josh Friedman. Their 2013 release, 'Cool Cool Cool', was produced by Bill Moriarty (Dr. Dog, Man Man), and garnered attention from outlets such as Rolling Stone, Spin, Paste & Philadelphia's WXPN. The album's first single, 'Onion', was chosen as #22 of Daytrotter's 300 Best Songs of 2013.
The Pinkerton Raid
The Pinkerton Raid
The Pinkerton Raid makes ebullient, dynamic indie pop out of Durham, N.C. The music starts with Jesse James DeConto’s intimate songwriting, but their live shows can feature anywhere from six to 10 musicians. They’ve played festivals and music series across the Eastern and Midwestern U.S. and have shared stages with David Wimbish & The Collection, Lowland Hum, Noah Gunderson, Denison Witmer and The Soil & The Sun. Their self-titled debut in 2012 and their 2014 follow-up A Beautiful World won critical acclaim.

Critics have hailed their 2017 effort, Tolerance Ends, Love Begins, comparing the sound to some of the band’s most cherished influences like The National, Fleet Foxes and Sufjan Stevens.

“The group recalls the hey-day of indie rock,” wrote Louise Parker at Paste Magazine. “A masterpiece … the definition of beauty.”

“A stunning synthesis of folkloric beauty,” wrote Mike Greenblatt of Aquarian Weekly.

“Exquisite,” wrote Meredith Schneider at Impose. “The emotion pulling you from your seat as you sway your hips.”

“Glorious … intricate … playful,” described Emily Hinde at No Depression. “A top year-end list contender? You can certainly count on it.”
Tyler Nail Trio
Tyler Nail Trio
The Tyler Nail Trio officially formed in 2013.

We billed around as Tyler Nail, The Tyler Nail Band, Tyler Nail and Friends, and so on. One night the trio arrived in Floyd VA for a show and saw that we were billed as The Tyler Nail Trio. The three of us decided that the name was good enough to keep.

We play songs from the Tyler Nail catalog, as well as covers and traditional stuff. We basically interpret them for the sound of the trio. We all vary in influences, which are all present to some degree in the sound. But the fundamental theme of the band is minimalistic Americana. We sound a bit southern Appalachian. We pay homage to the tradition of American music, and we push ourselves sonically outside of those themes as we can.
Venue Information:
The Evening Muse
3227 N. Davidson St.
Charlotte, NC
http://www.eveningmuse.com/