Wilderado – Tickets – The Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC – November 3rd, 2017

Wilderado

Excited to welcome back to the Muse...

Wilderado

Jimmy Lumpkin & The Revival

Fri, November 3, 2017

Doors: 10:00 pm / Show: 10:30 pm

The Evening Muse

Charlotte, NC

$10.00 - $12.00

Tickets at the Door

Wilderado
Wilderado
Wilderado has a sound that is familiar and dreamy, combining elements of folk, pop, and rock to make a distinctive quality of music all their own. Most of their songs are marked by twangy, well-crooned, harmonies, nods to beloved rock legends in the realm of Neil Young and the Beach Boys, and subtly layered sound inspired by the Malibu home where they got their start. Born and bred in Texas and Oklahoma before curing in the canyons off the Pacific Coast Highway, these boys are equal parts southern spirit and southern California levity. And frankly, their natural level of positive energy and charm is as impossible to believe as it is enjoyable to watch. Each of their shows seems to be imbued with the intimacy of a living room set put on for friends. Perhaps not the most polished, but that somehow wouldn’t be right anyway. They’re just stoked to be here, and once you hear what they’re bringing to the table you will be too.
Jimmy Lumpkin & The Revival
Jimmy Lumpkin & The Revival
Jimmy Lumpkin & The Revival is a blues/rock band from Mobile, Alabama. As the front man, Jimmy Lumpkin makes music that reverberates through the storied freshwater rivers and backwoods of his quiet town. Sometimes the songs run deep and resonant, and other times the power is in their near-stillness. “The Best One” is Lumpkin’s next track off of his forthcoming 2017 album project. Heartbreaking and melancholy, it conjures the human pangs of being alone, yet the song never cries for attention. In other words, “The Best One” is the perfect introduction to Jimmy Lumpkin, the artist. Never dramatic, he teaches us that emotions are what we need to exist as humans in this world.

A quiet soul filled with humility and kindness, Lumpkin is refreshingly progressive. He writes his songs in a cabin just outside of a town rife with Southern history and racial diversity. Though he braves his thoughts in as much solitude as possible, he knows that our world is embroiled by conflict. Jimmy knows the culture wars, the destruction of nature, and the injustices seen right outside our doorsteps. If there’s anything that he can do to combat the rot of his Earth’s roots, it’s to write about them and make music that heals humankind.
Venue Information:
The Evening Muse
3227 N. Davidson St.
Charlotte, NC
http://www.eveningmuse.com/