Tejon Street Corner Thieves & IV and the Strange Band

Tejon Street Corner Thieves hail from the Colorado Rockies. The outlaw blues and trash-grass pioneers forged their original brand of whiskey roots from the ground up. Honing their craft on the streets, they swiftly gained recognition from the music community with the 2015 Gazette “Best of the Springs” award, 2017 Pikes Peak Art Council “Best In Show”, and back-to-back 2018 and 2019 Colorado Springs Independent “Best Original Band”. 

As an internationally touring act, the band has become notorious for their shenanigans and over the top live performance. TSCT’s consistent show schedule and heart filled showmanship has captured the hearts of show goers everywhere. These guys are wild.

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D. Smith, Jordan Foley, The Winnie Blues (Nashville)

The Winnie Blues draw on inspiration from some of the most influential duos in music history. From Johnny & June, to Nick & Kylie, and Emmylou & Gram to place their unique stamp on the Americana music scene.When The Winnie Blues step on to the stage they bring with them a mix of established artistry and raw sincerity. Having toured for some 12 years, Writer/Vocalist/Guitarist Cameron Potts established himself through his work with Dead Letter Chorus, bringing a depth of knowledge and experience with authentic, dark and dynamic songwriting. Beatty carries with her a youthful ambition and a voice that is so unique and honest, youd be forgiven for thinking she herself had years of world class touring under her belt.Wednesday, September 29th@ Wills PubD. SmithJordan FoleyThe Winnie Blues (Nashville)8PM Doors$5 ADV / $7 DOS21+

Wes Morrison – Laundry Session

Laundry Sessions, the free early evening weekend live-music series on Wills back patio by the Dirty Laundry Bar, returns for the month of September! Laundry Sessions will jump start your evening by featuring a rotating roster of solo & duo local acts, plus an occasional touring act.There is no cover for Laundry Sessions shows. Drinks s Bar & Kitchen will be available. In the case of bad weather, most sessions will be moved inside Lil Indies. Masks are required inside & when moving about the patio.The schedule for September includes:FRI 9/3 – The Pink VillasFRI 9/10 – Maygan NavarroSAT 9/11 – Dani Maries Concrete & CountryFRI 9/17 – Anna Milk (Austin, TX)SAT 9/18 – Wes MorrisonFRI 9/24 – Kaci-Jo Hibbard SAT 9/25 – Lauris Vidal

Dani Marie’s Concrete & Country – Laundry Session

Laundry Sessions, the free early evening weekend live-music series on Wills back patio by the Dirty Laundry Bar, returns for the month of September! Laundry Sessions will jump start your evening by featuring a rotating roster of solo & duo local acts, plus an occasional touring act.There is no cover for Laundry Sessions shows. Drinks s Bar & Kitchen will be available. In the case of bad weather, most sessions will be moved inside Lil Indies. Masks are required inside & when moving about the patio.The schedule for September includes:FRI 9/3 – The Pink VillasFRI 9/10 – Maygan NavarroSAT 9/11 – Dani Maries Concrete & CountryFRI 9/17 – Anna Milk (Austin, TX)SAT 9/18 – Wes MorrisonFRI 9/24 – Kaci-Jo Hibbard SAT 9/25 – Lauris Vidal

Nick Shoulders

Wielding an ethereal croon and masterful whistle crafted from a lifetime chasing lizards through the Ozark hills, Nick Shoulders is a living link to roots of country music with a penchant for the absurd. Combining his family’s deep ties to regional traditional singing with his years of playing to crowded street corners, Nick has sought to forge a hybridized form of raucously clever country music; born of forgotten rocky hollers and bred to confront the tensions of the 21st century South. As evidenced by his surreal album art and anachronistic songwriting, Nick’s creative output is steeped in the complicated history of his beloved home of rural Arkansas, but crafted as a conscious rebuke of country music’s blind allegiance to historical seats of power and repression. With a kind word and a mean yodel, Nick hopes to put the ‘Try’ in country.

 

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Kaleigh Baker & Patrick Hagerman

Kaleigh returns to her weekly Thursday night, this week at Lil’ Indies. Arrive early. When we are out of seats thats it.

Arrive early. Mask required if you are standing or moving in the venue or outside. We arent here to debate. Our job and goal is your, the artists, and our staff’s safety.

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Caroline Jones

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Declared one of Rolling Stone’s “10 Country Artists You Need to Know” as “an

ambitious, entrepreneurial guitar heroine primed to bring back the pop-country

glory of the Nineties,” singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Caroline Jones

co-produced her new lead single “Come In (But Don’t Make Yourself

Comfortable)” off her forthcoming sophomore studio album with Grammy and

Academy Award-winning producer Ric Wake (Mariah Carey, Celine Dion,

Whitney Houston). The talented independent artist also wrote the lyrics to the

single, similar to her previous releases with the exception of “All of the Boys,” cowritten

with Zac Brown, and “Gulf Coast Girl,” written for her by Jimmy Buffett

and Mac McAnally.

 

In 2020, Caroline toured with country stars Sara Evans and Lee Brice, made her

return to the legendary Grand Ole Opry stage, and appeared in a moving virtual

concert as part of Global Citizen and the World Health Organization’s “Together

At Home” Series. This followed an impressive 2019, during which Caroline toured

with Zac Brown Band for the third consecutive year, supported Kenny Chesney’s

21-date Songs for the Saints tour, joined an all-star female cast in support of

Trisha Yearwood’s Every Girl on Tour, and made her late night debut on The

Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Throughout 2018, Jones toured with Jimmy

Buffett & the Eagles, Zac Brown Band & OneRepublic, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill,

Vince Gill, and Kip Moore. Prior to that, she shared the stage with Jimmy Buffett,

Kenny Chesney, and Toby Keith at the Trying to Reason hurricane relief benefit

concert, which led to a charity single release with Buffett, a distribution deal with

his Mailboat Records, and ultimately the release of “Gulf Coast Girl (ft. Jimmy

Buffett, Kenny Chesney, Lukas Nelson and Mac McAnally as “The

Pelicanaires”)”.

 

When she is not on the road touring or in the studio, Caroline is also the host of

Sirius XM’s Art & Soul where she sits down with top singer-songwriters for

intimate acoustic performances and conversations about their craft and creating

the perfect song. Find out more here: https://carolinejones.com/

Me Nd Adam

“Through a raw and crude mix of americana, country, rock and a slight hint of trap, is how the American band Me nd Adam, based in Austin, Texas, conveys the new concept of trashwave music, and their latest album, American Drip Part I explores just that. Trashwave could be described as a genre, or writing style perhaps, but it’s more of a lifestyle. It’s about the two of them, Vince Winik and Adam Walker, writing together, their nights out in New Orleans and crashing into their friend’s mouldy shed afterwards. It’s about those long nights, where all hell breaks lose, those kind of nights we would like to take back.” – Metal Magazine EU

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Due to the rise of COVID-19 infections in this area, masks are required for entry to the venue whether or not you’re vaccinated. We strongly suggest staying home if you are not feeling well or have recently been exposed to anyone with COVID. While you are allowed to remove your mask while drinking, masks must otherwise remain on while inside the venue. Refusal to comply with the venue’s policy risks you being asked to leave the venue without refund.

Scott H. Biram, J.D. Wilkes (Legendary Shack Shakers) and Jordan Joyes (Gallows Bound)

Scott H. BiramJ.D. Wilkes (Legendary Shack Shakers frontman)Jordan Joyes (Gallows Bound front woman).$15 Tickets / $20 DOS21+Scott H. Biram isnt a one-man band. He is THE one-man band Quoth he: My music is the bastard child of Punk, Blues, Country, Hillbilly, Bluegrass, Chain Gang, Metal, and Classic Rock. But dont let that fool you. Two-man bands like the Black Keys have made a lot of noise in the past few years, but Birams got twice the cri de couer with half the personnel. He fearlessly preachs his gospel of blues, punk, country, metal and psychobilly to his congregation of metalheads,barflies, college professors and regular dudes via a pulpit that is just a stack of amps, a 59 hollow body Gibson and a stomp board. – NPR

Cruz Contreras (of The Black Lillies) w/ Jordan Foley

Cruz Contreras of The Black Lillies with Jordan Foley Wednesday June 9th – 8pm Doors $10 ADV / $15 DOS Multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, songwriter, and producer Cruz Contreras has roots in Tennessee and Michigan, but has impacted Americana music worldwide.The frontman, founder, and driving force behind The Black Lillies raw and rootsy sound also co-founded Robinella and the CC String Band and has collaborated with musicians ranging from John Oates and Jim Lauderdale to Langhorne Slim and The Turnpike Troubadours. Cruzs projects have topped both the Billboard and Americana radio charts, won Independent Music Awards, and been nominated for the Americana Music Associations Emerging Artist of the Year Award.Cruz has appeared on nationally broadcast television including Late Night with Conan OBrien, CMT, VH-1, GAC, Bluegrass Underground and PBS Televisions Sun Studio Sessions. His music has been lauded by outlets as diverse as American Songwriter Magazine, Rolling Stone, NPRs Morning Edition and Vanity Fair, among others. Contreras is currently at work on his debut solo album, to be released in 2021.