Some Kind Of Animal / Du Pont Brothers

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Pittsburgh Winery says
Tickets are $12 in advance, and $15 at the door.

Doors are at 8 PM. Show is at 9 PM.

Some Kind of Animal
Some Kind of Animal started as a side project between close friends & longtime collaborators Anthony Jardine & Tim Mulhern. Somewhere along the way the side project turned into both of the songwriters primary musical focus. Their songs are laced with lyrical imagery and melodic harmonies spun throughout them and are set in musical beds that have a part modern, part timeless vibe. Dave Rocco (drums) and Rich Condon (bass) have since rounded out the lineup. They spent the majority of 2015 writing and recording their upcoming debut LP that was produced by Tyler Watkins (of the band Margot & The Nuclear So & So's) at Postal Recording Studio in Indianapolis. That debut record loosely titled 'Shadows' is slated for a fall 2016 release and here's the first single from those sessions:

https://soundcloud.com/some-kind-of-animal/hold-on-1



DuPont Brothers
Zack and Sam DuPont are a Burlington, VT based, sibling indie-folk-americana duo. Since the start of the band in March of 2013, the brothers have toured heavily throughout the Northeast, Mid Atlantic, South and Mid West in a fully independent pursuit to get their songs to as many ears as possible. Their travels have opened doors to festival appearances at SXSW & Grand Point North in addition to performances in support of some of their musical heroes including Bahamas, Blake Mills, Sturgill Simpson Ben Sollee, Chris Eldridge & Julian Lage and Jerry Douglas to name a few. What the DuPont Brothers are most excited about is the next phase. This past year, they have been working on a new album with VT producer, Michael Chorney along with an all-star cast of local musicians. Their sophomore full length and first ever vinyl release, A Riddle For You will hit stores in June. Keep your eyes open for tours with the new band this summer and fall.
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