Heather Himes & The Tales of Woe, Minorcan – Tickets – The Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC – February 27th, 2019

Heather Himes & The Tales of Woe, Minorcan

The Evening Muse presents

Heather Himes & The Tales of Woe

Minorcan

David Z. Cox

Wed, February 27, 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

The Evening Muse

Charlotte, NC

$7.00

Tickets at the Door

Heather Himes & The Tales of Woe
Heather Himes & The Tales of Woe
Heather Himes is known around the Queen City as the leader of Dust & Ashes and The Tales of Woe. Himes’ songwriting is inspired by Neil Young, Willie Nelson, Ryan Bingham, Brandi Carlile, Scott Avett, Dallas Green and James Vincent McMorrow, among others. Dust & Ashes is an Americana/Folk quartet hailing from Charlotte, North Carolina. Their dynamic range combines the intensity of wall-of-sound-barn-burners with the sincere intimacy of heartfelt ballads. This all female group exploded onto the local music scene in 2014 with their fresh take on folk music, a genre which their fans affectionately nicknamed “Swamp Stomp.” Lush vocal harmonies, heavy rhythms, and unique instrumentation (including cajón, musical saw, banjo, flute, viola, and myriad auxiliary percussion) support the traditional acoustic guitar played by Heather Himes, the band’s gender queer lead.
Minorcan
Minorcan
Ryan Anderson performs under the name Minorcan (as in the people from the island of Minorca). He writes and sings rock n roll tunes. Anderson has been playing music in front of audiences for over 20 years and is currently based in Asheville, NC. Anderson formed Minorcan in Austin, TX back in 2010 after releasing two albums under his own name. Since 2010, Minorcan has been a 5 piece, 4 piece, a trio, and a solo project. As a trio, Anderson wrote and recorded two albums, 2016's Dead Man, and the forthcoming Red Paint, with Joey Terry on bass and Justin Anderson on drums. Anderson has taken Minorcan on the roads of the US as a full band and as a solo artist.
David Z. Cox
David Z. Cox
After spending his formative years playing in Charlotte bands ranging from grunge to pop-punk and plenty in between, David Z. Cox has spent the last three and a half years building a name for his solo material. He has shared some of the Queen City’s finest stages with local and regional acts like Dylan Gilbert, Bask, and Sinners & Saints, as well as playing dates across the Carolinas and Virginia. Cox has cultivated his own authentic sound, blending singer-songwriter folk with indie rock, bathing it in reverb and delay, and tying everything together with his sad soulfulness. He has two singles, “Grudge” and “Downswing,” available now on all major platforms, with video and EP releases planned for 2019.
Venue Information:
The Evening Muse
3227 N. Davidson St.
Charlotte, NC
http://www.eveningmuse.com/