The Brothers Gillespie with Whiskey Foxtrot – Canceled – Tickets – The Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC – July 24th, 2020

The Brothers Gillespie with Whiskey Foxtrot - Canceled

The Brothers Gillespie

Whiskey Foxtrot

All Ages
The Evening Muse presents The Brothers Gillespie with Whiskey Foxtrot

The Brother Gillespie

The Brothers have always had an interest in music, playing any and every instrument they could find. In 2015 things came to a head. After singer/songwriter Davis Gillespie returned from a semester at the University of Tennessee with a handful of songs, the other brothers (drummer Clay Gillespie and lead guitar Aaron Gillespie) set to work on actually crafting a set list "just in case" someone called up one day in need of a band.

To their surprise, people did end up calling, and The Brothers Gillespie started playing hometown shows in Waynesville, North Carolina. There they came in to their own playing a blend of rock, country, folk, and alternative music they dub “Slacker Country”. After a couple years of successful area shows, The Brothers took a year sabbatical in Johnson City, Tennessee, where they honed their craft, took up a residency at nearby landmark Capone’s, toured the region, and recorded their seminal album “Love & Death”.

Now The Brothers return home to reunite with bass player and “fourth brother” Zack Edwards and tour the South East bringing their own brand of Slacker Country to the masses.

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Whiskey Foxtrot

Whiskey Foxtrot is an Americana/Alt-Country/Roots Rock band from Winston-Salem, NC founded by Seth Williams and Sam Foster in 2017. After they decided to team up together in 2017, they quickly became a regional favorite. They play hundreds of shows per year across North Carolina and Virginia while continuing to grow a following in the Southeastern US, including Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, and South Carolina. Whiskey Foxtrot plays with a common goal: to write, record, and perform their own material for audiences across the country, while also covering the songs that have influenced them through the years. Their original music is a combination of country, blues, and rock 'n roll; stemming from influences such as The Allman Brothers Band to Tom Petty, and beyond.

With their debut LP “Hard Lines & Headlights” coming February 1, 2020, the band has released four studio singles: “The Broken End” and “Turn Off The Headlights” produced/engineered by Corey Hunt (Uwharrie Mountain Sound,) along with “San Isidro” and “Big Top Town” produced/engineered by Benjy Johnson (Earthtones Recording Studio.)

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