Tyler Meacham, Moosetrap, Universe No. 122, Mitchel Evan

Tyler Meacham

Moosetrap

Universe No. 122

Mitchel Evan

Mon, March 25, 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

The Camel

$5 ADV, $7 DOS

Tickets at the Door

Tyler Meacham
Tyler Meacham
Tyler Meacham is a singer & songwriter currently based in central Virginia. Raised in Richmond, she has been writing music since childhood and is self-taught on guitar, piano, and ukulele. With an early introduction to the world of music through her father, as well as involvement in choir and musical theater, Tyler continued to perform in college as a member of Elon University’s internationally-recognized a cappella group Twisted Measure. While in college, she formed folk pop band Cracked Vessels with Jacob Lenz. The duo played numerous live gigs and released their self-titled debut album in 2016, just prior to graduation. After a stint working as an Imagineer in Walt Disney World, her interest in the pursuit of music has been renewed, and she is currently working towards the goal of releasing a solo album. Using her degree in film production to produce demos & music videos, she launched the Song of the Month Club on Patreon to further support this goal. She is currently performing at local venues and open mics, always working on making more connections and reaching larger audiences with her pop-infused melodies & emotive lyrics. Currently her work can be found online across various platforms including YouTube, Facebook, Spotify, Apple Music, and at tylermeacham.com/music.
Moosetrap
Moosetrap
Moosetrap is looking to debut their cardinal EP entitled "Disco Lovers" later this summer. "Disco Lovers" blends the sounds of current Americana artists with that of influential rock artists of the 1960's to create an original Alt-Country sound filled with swooping reverb drenched guitar lines, acoustic rhythms, soaring three-part vocal harmonies and the patented "Dave Pruitt Machine" behind the kit. Produced by multi-instrumentalist JD Foster (Marc Ribot, Dwight Yoakam, Calexico) and mixed/mastered by Adrian Olsen of Montrose Studios and the group Avers, Moosetrap hopes to play a concert hall, county fair, or aging theater near you.

Although officially forming in 2013 in King William VA, the original four members of Moosetrap have been playing music around the Richmond area for the past 8 years in a combination of iterations ranging from Central Garage, The Lost Vagabonds and The Kaine Brothers. After much deliberation the band has worked to reemerge as Moosetrap, an Americana, Alternative Country, Folk Rock group that blends such musical elements as vocal harmonies found prominently in the Appalachians as well as guitar lines you may encounter at an Allman Brothers concert. Once the group had agreed upon the musical direction, they recruited David Pruitt to take over drumming duties, and have been working together since. With the new EP on the horizon, the band is hopeful to perform in your town soon. Make sure to be on the lookout for "Disco Lovers."
Universe No. 122
Universe No. 122
Universe No. 122 combines the edge of alternative rock with the energy of pop punk, while maintaining the intimacy of indie music. All of these elements come together to support the thematic lyrics that weave these songs into albums.

Paul's love of music was initially discovered after seeing the film School of Rock in theaters. Paul was inspired by the film so much that he saw it two more times at the theater! Shortly thereafter, he began playing drums and could no longer imagine life without music. Over the next 7 years he played in multiple bands and grew as a drummer, lyricist, and composer. At the start of college, Paul further explored music through guitar, bass, piano, and singing. After years of studying he is sharing his passion for music with the world through this project.
Mitchel Evan
Mitchel Evan
Mitchel Evan is an American songwriter from Richmond, Virginia that is dedicated to keeping authentic music and honest storytelling alive. His journey from Virginia to Colorado and back again has resulted in two EP's and a full length album with his band, Mitchel Evan & The Mangrove, as well as his first solo release, the "Little Horse Tapes". Evan has recently relocated back to his hometown of Richmond and continues to write, record and perform at a prolific rate.
Venue Information:
The Camel
1621 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA, 23220
http://www.thecamel.org