Urban Soil w/ Dalton Dash

Urban Soil w/ Dalton Dash

Dalton Dash

Sat, June 10, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The Camel

$7.00 - $10.00

Urban Soil
Urban Soil
Hailing from the streets of downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, Urban Soil weaves Americana, rock and soul into their explosive live shows and tightly polished albums, Dig Deeper and Live from the Deepwoods, the latter featuring their highly anticipated single and subsequent video, “Gotta Go.” The track thoroughly displays the uncompromising energy that Urban Soil is consistent in delivering, and likewise exemplifies the band’s skillful-yet–visceral sound. They have the unique talent of displaying the energy of their live shows on to their studio recordings, resulting in an electrifying experience with every listen.
Influenced by early roots elements, Urban Soil uniquely fuses those sounds with a fresh take, delivering a blend of raw, nostalgic foundations with a modern and glistening slant.

Front-woman Sarah Reinke brings her old-soul vocals to the stage and studio with passionate style. Rounding out her talents on guitar and washboard, Reinke pulls you in instantly. Guitarist and vocalist, Eric Chesson delivers forceful and driving components with every lick, and offers steadfast vocals. Greg Meckley’s skillful violin and mandolin playing blends tight layers and bright sounds that solidify the band smoothly against driving guitars. Holding down the rhythm section, brothers Gabe Fawcett and Cutis Fawcett provide a concrete foundation on drums and bass respectively.
Dalton Dash
Dalton Dash
Dalton Dash began as a simple duet that has quickly burst into a colossal sound flared by robust song writing, ardent vocals and sturdy musicianship. This soul-folk quintet originally met in the mountains of Appalachia. Their eclectic taste allows them to play shows that range from bluegrass to hard hitting rock and roll sets all the way to jazz funk and delta blues. When founding members Pat Keefe (guitar/vocals) and Justin Doyle (bass/vocals) moved to Richmond their ambitions to perform were greatly welcomed by the commending music scene.Their songs about love and lust, money and drugs, began to need more "umph" as they invited Keegan Lemcke to play with them on mandolin. Soon after they were joined by the impeccable talents of Andrew Sisk (drums) and Sid Kingsely (piano/vocals). The band has been blessed with the friendship of some of the best local Richmond VA musicians. Lately they have been enjoying their weekly residency at Cary St. Cafe performing alongside members of People's Blues of Richmond, Southern Belles, Faceship, and Bandrew.
Venue Information:
The Camel
1621 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA, 23220
http://www.thecamel.org