March 11, 2017 | doors at 9:00pm
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Triple Ds presents:
MyFever | Gracie and Rachel
The show was originally scheduled for Friday January 6.
  • $10
  • $12
Old Sea Brigade

Old Sea Brigade is Atlanta born, Nashville based musician, Ben Cramer. His debut self-titled EP released in January 2015 has gained over 1.5 million streams on Spotify and captured the attention of notable blogs and playlists throughout the world. Upon the success of the debut EP, Old Sea Brigade signed with acclaimed label, Nettwerk Music Group and has plans to put out his first full-length record in the spring of 2017.

Old Sea Brigade has spent the past year touring throughout the US, including support shows with Julien Baker, Hiss Golden Messenger and Joe Pug. His recently released new single “All The Same” has been described by UK’s Clash Magazine as having “a sense of Southern gothic” that “seems to both reach outwards while focusing on the internal.” More to come soon on Old Sea Brigade’s debut full length.
MYFEVER is a rock band residing in Atlanta, Georgia. Not that it particularly matters when you hear them. If it did, then it wouldn’t exactly make sense to you that brothers Weston and Garrett Hine have somehow managed to capture an authentic energy of West Coast and marry it to a ‘90s sensibility, all while being from Northwest Florida and still in their mid-twenties.

After ten years of playing music together, the core-member Hine brothers have attentively distilled their love of alt-arena rock into a truly memorable and truly modern expression of the genre.

To compare MYFEVER to a homogenized list of names, with the purpose of winning you over, would be pointless. Their offerings deserve more than a casual stream or well-intended earmark. This is burn-worthy music. Theft-worthy music. The point is, you’ve got a date with MYFEVER, so show up.

See The Light is the band's debut album, released May 2015, followed by their Twin A couplet in early 2016.
Gracie and Rachel
Orchestral pop piano-violin duo, Gracie and Rachel, crafts intricate tunes combining classical string elements with haunting, fierce vocals, augmented by sparse but powerful percussion. Ivory satin lined with teeth, the duo finds beauty in stark simplicity, pausing to breathe a hint of the abstract into the highly emotive, evolved body they create. Through their music, the two young women use lyric and sound to flip common preconceptions on their heads. “With the turbulent strings of Regina Spektor paired to the orchestral chamber pop of Bat for Lashes, “Tiptoe” is both beautiful and unsettling…” —Baeble Music