Stephen Day, Jordy Searcy, Camm At The High Watt

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Jordy Searcy says
Do you like goats? How about fanny packs? Good music? One of those three will be present at The High Watt on Feb 17. Be there or be lonely, because I think your friends are probably going.

$5 in advance,
$7 at the door!

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STEPHEN DAY
is a singer/songwriter, born and raised in Buford, GA, where he used to eat breakfast every Friday morning at his favorite local restaurant, Papa Jacks. He now lives with 8 of his best friends in a 6 bedroom house within walking distance of his new favorite restaurant, MacDougals. As a songwriter, he loves to write songs, play them for people, and be with those people.

JORDY SEARCY
is a bright young singer/songwriter on the American independent music scene, but beyond that, he knows how to write and perform in a way that emotionally communicates. Jordy's carefully crafted songs have the modern energy of artists like Ed Sheeran and Ben Rector, and the timeless quality of artists such as James Taylor and Paul McCartney. All of the coaches on The Voice had something good to say about him when he climbed the ranks of the television singing competition in 2014. After the show, Jordy recorded and released his debut 4 song EP "Seasons" which went to #5 on Apple Music singer/songwriter charts. Jordy has since racked up close to 100,000 song streams and 130,000 youtube views. In 2016, Jordy and his co-manager, Scooter Spicer, booked and played around 200 shows in college markets across the US, releasing a hard-copy-only mixtape and growing an engaged live audience.

CAMM
Born and raised in the Home of The Blues...
CAMM, a Hip Hop artist, songwriter, and producer, brings a refreshing and soulful sound to the genre. Resurrecting traditional Hip Hop influences such as A Tribe Called Quest and Biggie and incorporating elements of Pop, Soul, Jazz, and Gospel music, CAMM creates and tells stories in ways they have never been told before.
The son of a pastor, like many, CAMM got his start in the church. His gift as a musician and an artist were discovered and flourished here. But instead of pursuing Gospel music, CAMM wanted to make an impactful splash on the Hip Hop industry. He says “I’m gospel, not in the sense that I sing or write gospel music, but that I bring good news.” Going against the usual grain of “money, hoes, and clothes” in Hip Hop, CAMM’s music projects a spirit of fun, love, and consciousness, engaging a vast and diverse audience.
Coming off of the success of his last project "The Life of Henry Wiggins", CAMM is currently embarking on a new project, new sound, and new movement with his debut album, "Higher Learning".
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