Friday, May. 12, 2023

8:00 pm Doors, 8:30pm Show

$12 ADV | $15 DOS

Presented by:
Triple D's

  • Evan Stepp & the Piners

  • Evan Stepp & the Piners

    Evan Stepp & the Piners are a loud, classic country band from Atlanta, Ga. Formed in the summer for 2018, Evan Stepp & the Piners deliver a unique brand of country music rooted in earnestness with a dynamic delivery.One of Immersive Atlanta's 25 Local Artists to Watch For In 2019: "I'll admit the words 'classic country' don't usually stir up a reaction from me, but listening to Evan Stepp's commanding vocals and his band's raucously loud and anthemic songwriting, and I'm more than willing to make an exception."

  • Blue Cactus

    Blue Cactus, the North Carolina duo of Steph Stewart and Mario Arnez, make Dream Country: a blend of grit, glitz, groove, and twang that evokes a celestial soundscape of mid-century heartbreak and harkens comparisons eclectic and iconic as Bobbie Gentry, Fleetwood Mac, and David Bowie.Their sophomore album, Stranger Again, released in 2021 on Sleepy Cat Records, nabbed enthusiastic attention from tastemakers including No Depression, American Songwriter, FLOOD Magazine, Talkhouse, and INDY Week among others. Following their critically acclaimed 2017 debut and a string of singles in 2020, Stranger Again saw the band taking their sound to an ambitious new plane, where country-rock and light psychedelia mingle, vocals soaring over twangy slide guitars and propulsive basslines.The North Carolina duo have performed at several beloved festivals including Nelsonville, Red Wing Roots, Muddy Roots and Hopscotch and shared the stage as support for an array of artists from The War & Treaty, Sarah Shook & the Disarmers, and Lilly Hiatt to Town Mountain and Junior Brown among others. Between the comfort of classic country and the glamor of 70s rock, Blue Cactus resuscitate a fleeting style of honest-to-goodness country music considered valueless to a “new” country music where songwriting is officiated by financial analysts and teams of marketing plutocrats instead of woebegone troubadours. With a high lonesome twang, an Emmylou-like southern drawl, and blistering guitar techniques, Blue Cactus exercises the honky-tonk muscles to firmly bear the flag for a new generation of country music.

  • Rose Hotel (solo)