Left Lane Cruiser at HI-FI Annex
LEFT LANE CRUISER
W/ ISAAC RUDD & THE REVOLVERS,
TYLER LANCE WALKER GILL, MYRON ELKINS & THE DYING BREED
HI-FI ANNEX – INDIANAPOLIS
Duke’s Honky Tonk & Holler on the Hill Present
Sun King Brewery & West Fork Whiskey Concert Series
Doors Open: 4:00 pm
Myron Elkins & the Dying Breed: 5:00 pm
Tyler Lance Walker Gill: 6:15 pm
Isaac Rudd & the Revolvers: 7:30 pm
Left Lane Cruiser: 8:45 pm
Show Ends: 10:00 pm
Face Coverings Required: All guests must wear a face covering per Marion County Public Health Order. Please bring your own. Disposable face coverings are available at the box office for purchase.
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Tickets: General admission, 250 tickets available.
Kids: All ages event, kids 5 and under are free with paid adult.
Seating: Picnic table seating available, first come first served, lawn chairs permitted in designated areas.
Beer, Wine, Spirits: Full bar for 21+ guests including slushies, wine by the bottle and buckets of beer/white claw.
Food: Local Food Vendor.
Snacks & Beverages: Available at our concession stand.
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About Left Lane Cruiser
This whiskey fueled two man frenzy of blues-driven rock’n’roll noise straight from Fort Wayne, Indiana promise to hit you like a shock wave and show you a foot-stompin’ good time. Left Lane Cruiser is comprised of Joe Evans (Freddy J IV) on slide guitar and vocals and Johnny on the drums. The raw blues power duo of LLC have practiced through thick and thin to hone a sound unlike any other and have been together long enough to have previously released a couple of self-produced EPs. “Let your soul drive what you do” is the premise of their music, “give it all you got, and everything is an instrument: trash cans, paint trays, hubcaps, ladders, you name it.”
Learning their craft by playing at house parties, at the corner streets of their home town, and rehearsing in a heatless garage, they have developed their personal take on the North Mississippi Hill Country sound. They have toured relentlessly, sharing the stage with artists such as Robert Belfour, Buckwheat Zydeco, T-Model Ford, Bob Log III, Kenny Brown, Cedric Burnside, Scott H. Biram,The Black Diamond Heavies, The Dictators, Hillstomp, and Chris Cotton among others. They have also appeared at the Deep Blues Festival multiple years.
“Bring Yo’ Ass To The Table” is the culmination of everything these boys have experienced as a band during the four years of their existence, it’s “greasy hot, shaved dry, and crazier than your smokin’ methed-up ex-girlfriend who keeps singin’ ‘Down By The River I Shot My Baby’ thru a two-dollar pawn shop mic she jerry-rigged thru that ol’ gunshot black & white TV in the backyard and dedicating it to you with love m*therf*cker” to quote Deep Blues guru Rick Saunders.
About Isaac Rudd & The Revolvers
Hailing from the one stop-light town of Kirklin, Indiana, Isaac Rudd and his band “The Revolvers” put on an electric show of honky tonk rock country music with a flare all their own. A six piece band including a pedal steel guitar, fiddle and Isaac Rudd on acoustic guitar there aren’t many bands like them anymore. A self taught musician, Isaac Rudd started with a $100 guitar and words on a legal pad. Today he has recorded over eight songs with John Mellencamps band (Dane Clark, Jon Gee, Larry Crane) at the Static Shack studio, and is currently working on his first full length album at Eleven Productions Studios in Speedway, Indiana. The band has opened for national touring artists such as Jason Michael Carroll, Josh Turner, Jerrod Niemann, Dwight Yoakam, Wheeler Walker Jr., and Steve Earle and is set to make a huge splash in the coming years. At only 23 years old, Rudd and his Revolvers are on a path for solitude with heartfelt tunes like “I’d Be Missin’ You” and their newest release “Done Me Wrong”. If you go see this band, and you will most definitely want to, make sure you wear your dancing shoes and be prepared for beautiful original songs written by Isaac Rudd himself.
About Tyler Lance Walker Gill
Tyler Lance Walker Gill is a country singer/songwriter from Bullitt County, KY. Gill spent the Saturday nights of his childhood in a country music jamboree in Mt. Washington, KY, where his mother sang country classics with the house band. That’s when the honky tonk seed was planted deep in his brain, almost certainly ruining his life forever.
Way back in the year 2015, Gill decided to try his hand at writing his own songs in the style of all his outlaw country heroes. Tyler has performed to sold out audiences with well-known artists, including Jim James and Patrick Hallahan of My Morning Jacket, Craig Pfunder of VHS or Beta, Joan Shelley, and Ben Sollee. He has opened for artists such as Shovels & Rope, Mike & The Moonpies, and even weirdos like Marc Rebillet.
Gill is currently in the post production phase of his first studio album. The twelve song record, recorded at La La Land, features a number of the region’s best musicians including Will Oldham (aka Bonnie “Prince” Billy) and 10-time IBMA Fiddle Player of the Year and Grammy nominated Michael Cleveland — with release date planned for early 2020. Tyler’s band, the Wolfm’n features Chris Rodahaffer, Jake Groves, Sean Jennings, Billy Lease, and Christo Foros.
Gill is a talented singer and writer. However, he won’t win the Pulitzer for poetry any time soon. Tyler writes drinkin’ songs for drinkin’ people. TLWG may not be the next Prine, but he may be the next Gary Stewart.
If these were different times, perhaps TLWG would already have a slew of hits all over the radio. Unfortunately, the radio doesn’t play country music anymore. On the bright side, who needs the radio now? Audiences are begging for authentic country music. That’s what Tyler Lance Walker Gill does, and he will do so until it kills him.
About Myron Elkins & The Dying Breed
Myron Elkins is a 19 year-old from a small town in Michigan, where friends are family and family are friends. Values matter where he’s from. It’s the kind of place where a handshake is your contract, and you’re true to your family name. Where Grandpa taught you to play that guitar, and Grandma taught you how to not be late for supper. Where you say your prayers, and you don’t let fear get in the way of free thinking. Simple. Honest.
Along with his band, The Dying Breed, the music harkens back to the days of Hank Williams, Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings. It isn’t contrived, it’s just the way of life for he and The Dying Breed — McKinnon Elkins, Avry Whitaker, Caleb Stampfler and Ricky Wayne LaDuke.
And when they do it, on a Friday night at a local bar, the community comes out to support them. Because that’s what small towns do. Because Myron Elkins and the boys are a dying breed.