Jackson Howard/Drew Lance W/ The Good Deeds & Nate Currin

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Jackson Howard
with The Good Deeds and Nate Currin

Doors 7pm, Show 8pm, $7 Cover, All Ages

This is going to be a new look for the Jackson Howard band as Drew Lance will step away from the drums and up to the mic. Chad Meinders will be on the kit while Drew Lance gives a new vocal interpretation to the songs of Jackson Howard. He's gonna hold you all the way down, so don't miss it!

Nate Currin is stopping through St. Louis on a nationwide tour. With over 400,000 miles and 600 shows logged the last 10 years, Nate Currin is a troubadour in every sense of the word. Originally from Georgia, Nate has enough of the south in his voice and writing that it shines through, but not without the influence of various experiences and places that only come from living the life of a rambling man. Having traveled to over 20 countries, performed with notable acts like Blues Traveler, Butch Walker, Jars of Clay and Neon Trees, and been featured on MTV he retains his enigmatic drive to fly under the radar from time to time.

Currin is chasing after the genuine human connection, one fan and one song at a time. After being nominated for an Independent Music Award and 4 International Music Awards for his third studio album You and I are Ghosts in 2014, which made it as high as #16 on the iTunes charts, Nate took home 3 of those Music Awards, including Songwriter of the Year. Most recently Nate was nominated for a Georgia Music Award for Americana Artist of the Year while finishing up his newest album The Madman and The Poet, which comes out April 15, 2016.

The Good Deeds are one of the most captivating bands in Saint Louis. Born out of the musings of singer/songwriter Ian McGowan, The Good Deeds take influence from all over. Their sound has evolved over the years into a conglomeration of blues, indie, Americana, Latin... even dub-step! With it's 5 member ensemble, The Good Deeds are all about the folk experience, where the crowd's enjoyment and involvement is just as important as the music they make. With a passion for travel, creation, lovin', movin' and groovin', The Good Deeds prove true to their St. Louis roots and do their best to chase those blues away, in the best sense of the phrase.
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