Sat, Mar. 9th, 2013 · Mercy Lounge · $10 adv | $12 DOS

Caitlin Rose featuring Andrew Combs and Steelism

Sat, Mar. 9th, 2013

Caitlin Rose featuring Andrew Combs and Steelism

$10 adv | $12 DOS
Doors: 8:00pm
Show: 9:00pm
Ages: 18+
Mercy Lounge

Sat, Mar. 9th, 2013

Mercy Lounge
Doors: 8:00pm
Show: 9:00pm
Ages: 18+
$10 adv | $12 DOS
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Caitlin Rose featuring Andrew Combs and Steelism

Caitlin Rose


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Nashville’s Caitlin Rose first appeared on the radar of music critics this year with the release of her widely praised debut full-length Own Side Now. Rarely does an artist display this level of uninhibited honestly and vulnerability in their writing; the fact that this wisdom is found at the start of Rose’s career promises that she’s not going away anytime soon. Drawing inspiration from female greats like Linda Ronstadt, Patsy Cline and Stevie Nicks, Own Side Now is an exquisite collection, showcasing a maturity in songwriting that few possess at such a young age.

Although steeped in the country tradition, Caitlin’s music is not constrained by that heritage. Her confessional style and wry observations place her very much in the 21st Century, but the heart-wrenching honesty, lyrical prowess and dexterous lyrical delivery found in her music sets Rose apart from her peers.

Co-produced by Mark Nevers (Lambchop, Will Oldham & Andrew Bird), Skylar Wilson (Justin Townes Earle) and Rose at the Beech House in Nashville, Own Side Nowestablishes Caitlin Rose’s diverse talent as the real thing – with every song, she seems to be singlehandedly breathing new life into a long tradition of American music. Her modern take on universal themes such as love and relationships provide the listener with a unique insight into a world where she seems wise beyond her years.

Andrew Combs


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Andrew Combs is a songwriter, guitarist, and singer who lives in Nashville. His music is equal parts rough-and-tumble '60s Chicago blues, Planet Waves-era Dylan, and vintage Nashville folk. His band's live show was once described as a cross between Merle Haggard’s stripped-down country rock and the tightly wound garage punk of Detroit’s MC5. They call it “country soul swag,” and you should too.

Steelism


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New to Nashville's music scene are two extraordinary young musicians - one American, one Brit - at the helm of instrumental band Steelism. Jeremy Fetzer on guitar and Spencer Cullum on pedal steel are joined by a team of the finest young musicians in Nashville. Following in the traditions of instrumental groups such as The Ventures and Booker T