Copious Jones W/ Row Jomah & Codey Bearden's Tiny Kitchen At Aisle 5

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Copious Jones w/ Row Jomah & Codey Bearden's Tiny Kitchen
Friday, January 13th 2017
9PM // $10 ADV & $13 DOS

Copious Jones

Drawing from inspirations such as Paul Simon, The Grateful Dead, and Pink Floyd, Copious Jones has created a unique musical experience attracting audiences of all generations and walks of life. On their own they've booked more than 400 shows in over 60 cities and have earned a respectable following the old fashioned way, one gig at a time. The band embodies a spirit that is often forgotten in popular music today. Their honest intention and dedication to craft (along with an ever-growing repertoire of both original and cover music) have earned them thousands of fans around the globe and have listeners everywhere wondering, "Who is Copious Jones?"

Row Jomah

Row Jomah, an original rock band from Clearwater, FL, are five friends who played in successful Tampa Bay bands for years and,
after jamming for several months, formed a band. Row Jomah takes traditional rock instrumentation (guitars, drums, bass, keyboards) and create a sound that’s just a little bit different from your typical weekend night listening to music.

Combining complex melodies and rhythms with riffy acoustic guitar, thought provoking keyboards, exquisite lead lines and solid bass and drums, Row Jomah provides a second to none live music experience. With over 70 shows performed in four states in 2016 alone, Row Jomah is poised to break out into the highly competitive southeastern tour circuit in 2017.

Codey Bearden's Tiny Kitchen

Codey Bearden is a singer-songwriter from Kingston, Ga. In 2015, he started a band along with Trenton Sicola on drums and Bryant Johnson on electric guitar to find and define a sound. Playing all around Georgia and Florida, Codey Bearden's Tiny Kitchen have established themselves as a powerful trio, weaving aspects of rock, soul, folk, country and jam into a musical tapestry you shouldn't miss and aren't soon to forget.
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