Charley Crockett with Jesse Daniel
April 16, 2021 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Two full bands, each with that classic, nostalgic Country sound. Americana, Soul, Blues. Trust us, it’s gonna be an unforgettable music of live music with Charley Crockett and opening act, Jesse Daniel!
This show is SOLD OUT!
Music starts at 8:00pm.
Masks required. Socially-distanced seating. Full bar available.
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About the artist:
Charley Crockett: ‘The new album from Charley Crockett is perhaps even more potent proof of his literal heartbreak than the scar on his chest. After undergoing open heart surgery that saved his life, Charley says he considered calming down for “just a minute” but once he recovered he did just the opposite. He states boldly with one eyebrow raised, “I wanted to make an album that would change the entire conversation about country music.”
Welcome to Hard Times is certainly cinematic. In fact, the title song shares its name with a 1968 Western starring Henry Fonda that Crockett admires. Twelve originals and one perfect cover create a world populated by outlaws, prisoners, gamblers—all of them suffering heartbreak. It’s also a sonic feat that strikes that precarious balance of being both retro and contemporary and brings in elements of piano-driven honky-tonk, soul, and blues to complement a sound that is completely country. “I wanted to figure out how to make something Gulf Coast, Country, and Western, simultaneously,” he says. “I think that real country music—in the 50s and 60s, especially—was always eclectic,” he says. “Rhumba beats behind a honky tonk band, incorporations of the blues, soul, Caribbean, cha-cha. Eclectic mixes were going into making those records.”’ (http://www.charleycrockett.com/story)
Jesse Daniel: “Inspired heavily by the California country music that’s been emanating from his home state for decades, Rollin’ On finds Jesse Daniel in fighting shape, clear-eyed and inspired after overcoming the addictions that haunted his teens and early twenties. It’s a record about momentum, redemption, and the realization that the darkness of your past doesn’t have to dim the brightness of your present. Co-produced by Grammy-nominated legend Tommy Detamore, Rollin’ On is perhaps most importantly a modern update of a timeless sound — a California country record for the 2020s, with one boot planted in the same sonic territory that Buck Owens Merle Haggard once occupied, and the other pointed in a direction that’s entirely Daniel’s own.” (https://www.jessedanielmusic.com/bio)