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Country Nights: Feat. WAGES, Colin Elmore, The Young Fables and The Roads Below

Country Nights: Feat. WAGES, Colin Elmore, The Young Fables and The Roads Below

Wed ยท February 15, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$5.00 - $7.00

This event is 18 and over

WAGES
WAGES
Wages (out of the birth of former Country/Rock band, Friends of Lola) is a country band based in Nashville, TN. Front members/writers include brother/sister duo Houston and Cyrena Wages of Memphis. Two of the three children of a small town judge, raised in a neighborhood north of the city along the Mississippi river, provide a story that is colorful and a thumbprint that is unapologetic.

After a stint of touring, writing, and recording various projects in Nashville with some of the town's elite, Vance Powell, Marshall Altman, and Chad Brown, the band is currently writing for the next project. With core influences including The Band, The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, and Dwight Yoakam, two Memphis kids turned out a little West Coast Country and a lot South East grit. As part of FOL, they were the only country band to make it in the top 3 for the Nashville Scene's "Best Local Band 2015," and they scored their first movie placement with "Kissed Me Like Thunder" in 2015's "A Walk in the Woods" starring Robert Redford and Nick Nolte.
Colin Elmore
Colin Elmore
Born into a musical family in Willow Springs, MO, Colin grew up surrounded by an atmosphere of music in the Ozark Hills. He first began writing original songs at the age of 16, with deeply personal lyrics even at a young age.

Prior to moving to Nashville, Colin earned a significant fan base in the thriving music scene of Springfield, MO. At the start of his career Colin was apart of a band that was named the #1 Alternative Rock band in Springfield, the band gained notoriety for their inventive sound and theatrical stage presence. Colin moved on to work with Arkansas based sibling band "The Franz Family" which he made his debut solo record with entitled "This Side of the Sun" recorded at the legendary Ardent Studios in Memphis, Tn.

Colin continued to perform solo and with friends, finally joining forces with the Danville Train out of Franklin, Tennessee.
"We met my first night in Nashville. I was in town considering the move and happened to touch base with our friends from the band SHEL, who invited me to a barbeque at Jake Finch's house (drummer for the Danville Train). We ended up playing country tunes on his back porch for something like 4 hours. It was basically love at first sight". Elmore says. The group formed out of that night and eventually went into the studio with producer Teddy Morgan (The Alternate Routes, Kevin Costner and the Modern West) to record their upcoming EP "The Wild Blue".
The Young Fables
The Young Fables
Laurel started singing at age 4 in & around East Tennessee Churches. At age 10 she started playing the guitar & wrote her first song. Now, at the age of 17 Laurel has single handedly written more than 30 songs, of which several air on the nation's largest radio broadcast, country giant WIVK.FM. She has also performed at numerous venues with such artists as Kix Brookes, Sara Evans, Leanne Rimes, The Band Perry, Josh Thompson, Frankie Ballard, James Wesley, Blaine Larson, Troy Olsen & Katie Armiger, to name a few.
The Roads Below
The Roads Below
The Roads Below was formed by singer/songwriter Phil Evans, a native of Arkansas, and Los Angeles based guitarist Max Martilik. The band combines a dynamic arrangement of hard hitting melodies, with a twist of homegrown southern country edge. Phil met Max in the summer of 2014 at an audition for a band in Hollywood. The two quickly hit it off and moved to Music City, where they linked up with steel guitarist Tony Aichele, to complete a newly written catalogue of songs that Evans had been working on.
Venue Information:
The High Watt
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203
http://thehighwatt.com/