The Freeway Jubilee and The Flatland Tourists – Tickets – The Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC – January 25th, 2020

The Freeway Jubilee and  The Flatland Tourists

The Freeway Jubilee

The Flatland Tourists

$7.00
All Ages
The Freeway Jubilee and Flatland Tourists Co-Bill

The Freeway Jubilee

Dedicated song crafting has always been the cornerstone of The Freeway Jubilee. A collective of multiple song-writers formed in Asheville in 2015, the group has maintained a heavy tour schedule since their inception and forged a true brotherhood on the road. Always striving to evoke joyful emotions in their listeners, the band continues to use their lyrics and powerful vocal harmonies as a window into the human experience and the life of a traveling band on the current American landscape. Their refreshing and explosive blend of psychedelic southern rock, gospel roots, mountain music, funk and soul translates into a genre-dissolving sound that feels strangely familiar yet remains entirely unique to itself.

Formerly dubbed 'The Freeway Revival', the group has been turning heads all over the east coast with their energetic sound, continually growing a dedicated grassroots fan base. Among other renowned east coast venues, Freeway has performed at music festivals like Floyd Fest, Front Porch Fest, Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival to name a few. They have shared the stage with artists like Dumpstaphunk, Lukas Nelson, Melvin Seals, Larry Keel, Everyone Orchestra, Big Something, Zach Deputy, Keller Williams, Toubab Krewe, Dangermuffin and many other great national and regional artists. After the successful release of their 2016 self-titled EP, The Freeway Revival burst onto the scene in the fall of 2017 with their heavy hitting debut album "Revolution Road", which appeared as #20 on Jambands.com National Radio Charts. Joining the roster of the Homegrown Music Network in 2018, Freeway continues to show relentless work ethic and a prolific sense of creativity. With the addition of Hunter Parker on saxophone (formerly of Psylo Joe), and Freddie Barry on guitar in the stead of former guitarist Tim Husk, the band has stepped into a bigger and bolder sound in 2019, evolving into what is now The Freeway Jubilee. With excitement, positivity and creativity fueling the fire and with a new album on the horizon, Freeway seems poised to bring The Jubilee to a wider audience.

Performing live, The Freeway balances organized, well-crafted tunes with a jam ethos that lends a raw and explorative power to the music. The blend of tasteful guitar harmonies, vibrant vocal harmonies, sultry saxophone riffs, and a unique assortment of organ/piano melodies creates a soundscape that is both musically intricate and soulfully energetic. Rest that on the groove of a unique and driving rhythm section, and you are sure to feel the magnetic force of this band! Each member plays a vital role in making the live experience unforgettable, and the journey is ongoing and exponential as the group allows the livelihood of what they do to shape their sound and experience - thus forming their mantra 'Live the Freeway'.

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The Flatland Tourists

Flatland Tourists plays an edgy style of new-folk Americana. Their 2017 release, “Carry Me Home,” landed three tunes in the Roots Music Report Alternative Folk Top Ten at the same time, with the single “Sunshine Follows Rain, coming in at #1 for several weeks in December of that year. The Roots Music Report also named their debut release #62 on their Top 200 of 2015 and the single from that record, “No Work, No Pay,” as the #15 Folk Single of the year. They also were named the Carolinas Music Awards 2015 Americana Band of the Year. Music writer Courtney Devores writes that their latest release “shows off the group’s clean harmonies, Tom Eure’s expressive fiddling, and vocalist Rachel Garcia’s bluesy delivery. Her unique voice oozes personality that sets the Waxhaw outfit apart, as does the band’s ability to morph from traditional bluegrass to classic country to the pop chops it displays here.” Join the happy, smiling people dancing at their shows!

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