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Sadler Vaden with special guest Mark Erelli

Sadler Vaden with special guest Mark Erelli

Wed · March 6, 2019

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

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 18 and over

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Sadler Vaden
Sadler Vaden
Sadler Vaden is an accomplished solo artist, producer, and guitarist. His work in Jason Isbell’s backing band, the 400 Unit, has won him two Grammy Awards and garnered the attention of critics and fans alike.
After the release of his self-titled debut album in 2016, he returns in 2018 with a series of singles. Disinterested with the full album approach, Vaden sought to do something a bit more “rapid fire.”
His first single, "Monster," was released in March 2018 and received a glowing review from Rolling Stone Magazine. His second release of 2018, “Still Kids” b/w “Anywhere But Here,” is packaged as a digital .45 and was co-produced by Vaden and Paul Ebersold (The Weeks, Andrew Leahey). Upon its release, “Anywhere But Here” was heralded as one of Rolling Stone Magazine’s best Country / Americana songs of the week.
Mark Erelli
Mark Erelli
New England-based multi-instrumentalist Mark Erelli wears many hats--singer, songwriter, sideman, producer--but approaches each of these varied roles with a belief in the transformative power of paying attention.
Erelli’s two decade career highlights include 11 solo albums, stints accompanying Josh Ritter, Paula Cole and Anais Mitchell, and a pair of records he produced for GRAMMY-winning songwriter Lori McKenna. Ever since Billboard magazine heralded the “simple, atmospheric grace” of his Signature Sounds debut, Erelli’s belief in the sacredness of an examined life has driven him between the ostensible extremes of lullabies and murder ballads, western swing and protest anthems. It has propelled him from the hallowed stages of the Newport Folk Festival, Grand Ole Opry and Royal Albert Hall, and beckoned him back home, to better nurture his 16-year marriage and be a father to his two young boys.
Whether he’s holding a pen or a Telecaster, Erelli’s music welcomes even the casual listener, but those who choose to dig more deeply are richly rewarded. Perhaps that is what Folk Alley hears in Erelli’s songs, when it encourages people to “listen close; there's sure to be something in there to break your heart a split second before it leads you straight to grace.”
Venue Information:
The High Watt
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203
http://thehighwatt.com/