Mike Mains, Brett Newski – Tickets – The Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC – October 13th, 2017

Mike Mains, Brett Newski

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Mike Mains

Brett Newski

Fri, October 13, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm (event ends at 9:30 pm)

The Evening Muse

Charlotte, NC

$8.00 - $10.00

Tickets at the Door

Due to unforeseen circumstances, The DuPont Brothers will not be performing tonight. 

Mike Mains
Mike Mains
Mike Mains, a Detroit based musician, loves rock and roll. He also loves the creative craft of large hooks and lyrical sensibility. His earnest honesty is evident in his music, his shows, his life. Mike approaches his musical passion with lunch pal in hand, hammering out meaningful, well crafted songs like a skilled tradesman.

With two full length albums and an EP(2012’s “Home”, 2013’s “Everything” EP and 2014’s “Calm Down, Everything’s Fine”), Mike has established himself as a more than just a song writer, he’s a song “crafter”. With high octane rockers like “Miracle”(Home), “Stereo”(Home), “Take it All”(CDEF), and “Burn”(CDEF) or slower, emotional tracks like “Lady Love”(Home), “Drifter”(Home, or “Where Love Dies”(CDEF) there is plenty to choose from for music lovers alike.

Performing over 300 shows the last 3 years, Mike Mains has built a committed fan base. His shows have proven to be high energy, interactive and exciting. 2016 has seen him captivate audiences in any setting. Wanting to offer an unique, intimate view into his songs, he played his first 9 week “Living Room Tour”. This 35 date North American tour brought him into the homes and backyards of fans to perform his songs in a new context. The shows received raving reviews and many sold out shows.

Mike again will enter the studio in 2017 to record his 3rd full length LP. Early demos’ point to an expansion of his already established foundation: exciting rock and roll.
Brett Newski
Brett Newski
Brett Newski has existed on the fringe of society and avoided the “American Dream” at all costs. At age 25, he took matters into his own hands by quitting all of his part-time jobs and becoming a full-time nomad, posting up in the nooks and crannies of earth and sub-letting rooms in Vietnam, South Africa, Germany and Wisconsin to write songs and recharge between tours. Newski’s sophomore LP “Land, Air, Sea, Garage” was recorded at a surf camp in the Sri Lankan jungle, and at home in Wisconsin. The album is about diving into the world with no safety net and landing on your feet. It’s a smart indie rock n’ roll record with tongue-in-cheek moments that show parallels to Violent Femmes, Jonathan Richman, Mountain Goats, early Weezer, Frank Turner, & Elliot Smith.
Venue Information:
The Evening Muse
3227 N. Davidson St.
Charlotte, NC
http://www.eveningmuse.com/