Read Southall Band at HI-FI Annex
RESCHEDULED: READ SOUTHALL BAND W/ TYLER LANCE WALKER GILL, CHRIS JONES & THE FLYCATCHERS @ HI-FI ANNEX INDIANAPOLIS
Read Southall Band’s Indianapolis date, rescheduled for October 9, has been moved outside to HI-FI Annex. Doors are now at 5 pm, show at 6 pm. Venue info is here: https://bit.ly/hifiannex. All tickets purchased for the original date will be honored on the rescheduled date. Please direct any questions to email@example.com. You can follow our ongoing list of affected shows here: http://bit.ly/mokb-hifi-covid19updates
DOORS: 5:00 PM, SHOW: 6:00 PM
FULL BAR FOR 21+ GUESTS, LIMITED PICNIC TABLE SEATING IS AVAILABLE. LAWN CHAIRS PERMITTED IN DESIGNATED AREAS.
GENERAL ADMISSION, LIMITED SEATING, CAPACITY LIMITED TO 250. 150 PRESALE TICKETS WILL BE SOLD IN ADVANCE. REMAINING TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR ON THE DAY OF THE SHOW.
AGE RESTRICTIONS: ALL AGES | CHILDREN 5 & UNDER FREE W/ ADULT.
IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, OUR CONTINGENCY PLAN IS TO MOVE THIS SHOW INSIDE TO HI-FI. IF THE SHOW IS MOVED, THE AGE RESTRICTION WILL CHANGE TO 21+ ONLY. PLEASE CONTACT firstname.lastname@example.org FOR ANY REFUNDS IF YOU ARE AFFECTED BY A VENUE CHANGE. IN THE EVENT AN ARTIST IS NOT ABLE TO PERFORM INDOORS, AS A RESULT OF A WEATHER-RELATED VENUE CHANGE, THE SHOW WILL BE CANCELLED AND TICKETS REFUNDED.
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About Read Southall Band:
Born and raised in the heart of Oklahoma, Read Southall brings a unique sound to country music. Growing up listening to everything from Hank Williams to Johnny Paycheck led him to fall in love with the soulful stories behind country music. The young artist quickly used these influences to find his fit in the genre. Read started performing in choirs and local bands at a young age, and at age 22 he began performing locally as a solo artist. Overnight it seemed, he had a dedicated fan base in his home state. As he continued to grow as an artist, Read began writing in between performances. Putting personal experiences to paper came naturally, “I really enjoy writing music simply because I believe I can connect with people… Words can’t describe the high you feel when someone says your music has gotten them through something. That alone is a greater honor than any dollar compensation,” says Southall. Read wrote, recorded, and independently released his first album, Six String Sorrow, in 2015 and recently released Borrowed Time with his band. With overdriven guitars and heavy drums, the Read Southall Band aims to deliver a rock and roll experience at every show.
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 Chris Jones & The Flycatchers:
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A little bit Rock N’ Roll, a little bit Americana, and a whole lot of damn good singer/songwriter material. Chris Jones and The Flycatchers are a fairly new band that has just begun to hit its stride both on stage and in the studio. Songs For Red, the powerful debut album, is comprised of ten tracks that will connect to a wide audience of music lovers. Lyrically, Chris explores many aspects of life and tells stories that can be visualized with greater depth through the accompanying instrumentation.