Jon Latham, Nick Nace and Rod Picott – Tickets – The Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC – November 7th, 2019

Jon Latham, Nick Nace and Rod Picott

Nick Nace

Jon Latham

Rod Picott

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Welcome back Nick Nace and Jon Latham and Rod Picott to The Evening Muse

Nick Nace is as open-hearted and sincere as he is addictively catchy and melodic, recalling the fine country-folk efforts of Hayes Carll, Justin Townes Earle, Slaid Cleaves and James McMurtry. His songs are stories that are intimately, even painfully, personal, touching and tragic.

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Jon Latham has been featured in Rolling Stone as one of "10 New Artists to Watch" and has shared the stage with the likes of Aaron Lee Tasjan, Malcolm Holcombe, Elizabeth Cook, John Doe, Drivin & Cryin and Todd Snider as well appearing on Music City Roots and The Grand Ole Opry.

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Rod Picott

July 19th 2019 finds Rod Picott releasing his eleventh album, titled Tell The Truth & Shame The Devil. The new album is completely acoustic, featuring only guitar, harmonica and Picott’s weathered vocals. Many of the songs on Tell The Truth & Shame The Devil are influenced by a health scare that Picott endured in the winter of 2018. The condition was hunted down and solved but the weeks long incident of a freight train running through his chest played a profound role in the writing and recording of the album. Alone with his modest recording gear, Picott set about making an album as honest, raw and uncontrived as his spine would allow. Already known for the intimacy and vivid narratives of his previous work, Tell The Truth & Shame The Devil opens the door wider still. The songs are confessional and honest. The recording itself is unpolished and raw. Tell The Truth & Shame The Devil takes a small turn away from the blue collar anthems he’s been lauded for and finds Picott exploring his own inner life with the same deft and revealing hand he’s honed over the last nineteen years. Rod Picott’s health is now in check.

“Great writing is all about story, and Rod is a so damn good at story.” – Mary Gauthier

“Mesmerizing” – Rolling
“Songs like Raymond Carver short stories” – Houston Chronicle 
“A truly great songwriter” – 3rd Coast Music
“Seriously gifted” – No Depression

Venue Information:
The Evening Muse
3227 N. Davidson Street
Charlotte, NC, 28205