Rachel Whitcomb And The Therapists 1/08 At Club Cafe W/ Ferdinand The Bull

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Rachel Whitcomb Singer/Songwriter and The Therapists
w/ Ferdinand the Bull
Direct Ticket Link: http://tktwb.tw/1MYJDvR

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Tix: $8.00 adv/dos
or in person at Club Cafe during any event
Ages: 21+


Rachel Whitcomb has always been drawn to the emotional side of country and bluegrass music, where melodies and lyrics intersect in simple yet meaningful ways to tell heartfelt stories. Her songwriting and vocal performances are inspired by Lee Ann Womack's vintage country and Rhonda Vincents masterful bluegrass. Her music is intended to make the listener feel...by sharing personal experiences that are relatable to many walks of life. Her musical sensitivity and stage presence showcase a sexy yet vulnerable quality that allows her to truly express the story behind each song. Her recordings and live shows rely heavily on acoustic choices, but an electric or steel guitar can always find a place in the traditional sounds of her music.

DAN WECHT, guitarist and background vocalist of The Therapists, is a New Jersey native and has a Bachelor's of Music in Music Technology from Duquesne University. His influences such as Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes to Keith Urban and Chet Atkins attribute to Dan's unique tone and slide playing on the guitar as well as his vocal style and use of harmony.

BRYCE RABIDEAU is a guitarist and mandolinist who grew up in the Boston area. Though he performs around Pittsburgh most commonly as a jazz guitarist, Rachel Whitcombs band allows him to get in touch with his folk music roots. Bryce draws on the influences of bluegrass masters from his generation such as Chris Thile and Sarah Jarosz and has developed a deep love for the bright, percussive timbre of the mandolin.

RILEY ZIMMERMANN is the bassist of The Therapists. Though classically trained, he performs a variety of styles and genres such bluegrass, rock, blues, and jazz in addition to classical music in symphony orchestras. Appreciating music from both sides of the spectrum, Riley is most inspired by musicians that combine the informal, vernacular styles of folk music with the formal classical tradition. The appreciation of classical music is declining in this nation, and Riley believes that musicians like Edgar Meyer, Chris Thile, and string trio Time for Three can make classical music more relatable again, connecting to people that would not otherwise listen to it.
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