Winstons, Dogwood Tales, Saw Black

Winstons

Dogwood Tales

Saw Black

Sat, March 9, 2019

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

The Camel

$10.00

Tickets at the Door

Winstons
Winstons
Winstons is a Garage-Soul duo from Virginia, based in Brooklyn, that is steeped in the traditions of American roots music and the legacy of rock n' roll. Raw, danceable tunes riff on love and lifestyle in a way that is relatable and uplifting on a human, and often primal, level. The band's dynamic juxtaposition owes as much to Iggy Pop & The Stooges as it does Otis Redding. Winstons' live performance is delivered with earnestness and often tumbles into unrestrained improvisations. They released their debut EP "Turpentine" in January 2015. Summer holds in store a regional tour, and the Fall, a debut full-length.
Dogwood Tales
Dogwood Tales
Two best friends, who long to make emotional music, and travel forever.
Saw Black
Saw Black
Saw Black reaches higher with Water Tower, a fitting follow up to his basement gem Azalea Days. Water Tower expands on the self-reflective nature of Azalea Days but brings a bigger band and a higher production value to the table. With 14 songs this collage of sounds and short pop-structured songs chronicles Saw's year of touring, songwriting and learning how to love again.
Recorded between 3 separate studios with 3 different line-ups Water Tower comes together as an American record about writing records and music. What does it mean to be a person who plays guitar and sings songs about life and love? Saw confronts these questions as a common thread on his second effort. An art handler by trade, Saw Black is also producer and co-owner of Crystal Pistol Records. He began playing music when his grandfather, a jazz piano player, gave him an electric guitar at the age of 11. Now 29 and having taken on every role within the recording process he presses onward and upward. Water Tower is out via WarHen Records in collaboration with Crystal Pistol Records.
Venue Information:
The Camel
1621 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA, 23220
http://www.thecamel.org