Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge (Punch Brothers) At The Earl

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The Bowery Presents:
Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge (Punch Brothers)
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Doors 8PM / Show 8:30PM
Tix: http://bit.ly/JulianNChris-ATL
$20 ADV

Julian Lage (http://www.julianlage.com/)

Julian Lage is arguably one of the most influential and youngest versatile guitarists in the jazz world today. A child prodigy, Lage played alongside jazz giants such as Carlos Santana, David Grisman, and played on stage at the Grammys by the time he reached 12 years old.

Now 28, Lage has expanded his long list of prominent jazz collaborations with the likes of Gary Burton, Jim Hall, Béla Fleck, and Charles Lloyd. Come see Julian Lage make his StageOne debut this spring and expect to be blown away by this phenomenal musician.

"While guitarist Julian Lage came to prominence as a jazz prodigy, as he has matured he has concentrated less on wowing with technique, instead focusing on developing a universal versatility and working with an ever-expanding catalog of artists." -KansasCity.com

Chris Eldridge (http://www.chriseldridge.net/)

As a member of Punch Brothers since the band's inception, guitarist Chris Eldridge has been at the vanguard of acoustic music for much of the past decade. Although initially drawn to the electric guitar, by his mid-teens Chris Eldridge had developed a deep love for acoustic music, thanks in part to his father, a banjo player and founding member of the seminal bluegrass group The Seldom Scene. Eldridge later gained in-depth exposure to a variety of different musical styles while studying at Oberlin Conservatory, where he earned a degree in music performance in 2004. During his time at Oberlin, Eldridge studied with legendary guitarist Tony Rice. After graduating he joined the Seldom Scene with whom he received a Grammy nomination in 2007. In 2005 he founded the critically acclaimed bluegrass band The Infamous Stringdusters. At the 2007 International Bluegrass Music Association awards Eldridge and his Stringdusters bandmates won Emerging artist of the Year, Song of the Year, and Album of the Year for their debut album, Fork in the Road. Meanwhile, in 2005 he had caught the attention of mandolinist Chris Thile, who enlisted him, along with banjoist Noam Pikelny, violinist Gabe Witcher, and bassist Greg Garrison to start working on an ambitious side project. Soon after they decided to focus all of their collective energies into band and Punch Brothers was born. The band has since released 3 critically acclaimed albums, received 2 Grammy nominations and toured around the world.

Chris Eldridge has worked with a diverse cast of musical luminaries including Jon Brion, Fiona Apple, Paul Simon, John Paul Jones, Marcus Mumford, Justin Timberlake, T-Bone Burnett, Elvis Costello, Jerry Douglas, Sara Watkins, Del McCoury and others.
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