HURRICANE RELIEF BENEFIT

Proceeds Go To Save The Children Hurricane Relief Efforts

HURRICANE RELIEF BENEFIT

NOONDAY DEVILS, VOODOO SWING, THE BITTERSWEET WAY, D.L. MARBLE

Wed, October 4, 2017

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$5.00 - $50.00

Suggested $5 Donation

This event is 21 and over

Proceeds Go To Save The Children Hurricane Relief Efforts

NOONDAY DEVILS
NOONDAY DEVILS
VOODOO SWING
VOODOO SWING
Voodoo Swing is a seasoned, tear-it-up roots, rockabilly and blues band.

Voodoo has eight records out, on three record labels; the newest on Part Records for Germany, Electric Lotus Label in the USA.
THE BITTERSWEET WAY
THE BITTERSWEET WAY
The Bittersweet Way mixes the perfect melodies of 60's golden era pop music with the intensity and dreaminess of the early 90's shoegaze scene.

The Bittersweet Way is the pet project of lead singer / songwriter Jedidiah Foster, whose songwriting philosophy can be best summed up as “… The best songs are the ones that happen without effort.” As an example, on 2015’s “Songs We Want To Sing” EP, each song was written in 15 minutes or less.

After taking a brief hiatus, The Bittersweet Way is back as a three piece with all new songs and a new lineup – now featuring Ehren Stonner (Treasurefruit, Quixote), Jess Pruitt (Doctor Bones, Some Magical Animal) and Jedidiah Foster.
D.L. MARBLE
D.L. MARBLE
Like a backcountry crossroad, the songs and music of singer/songwriter D.L. Marble are a rich tapestry of uniquely American influences unlike that of any modern artist. Like many of the original country stars, D.L.’s music combines the best of several American genres.

With influences ranging from Robert Earl Keen, Ray Wiley Hubbard and Roger Clyne to Fleetwood Mac, Billy Joel and Jimmy Buffet, the D.L. Marble sound blends Country, Indie Americana, Rock and Blue-Eyed Soul with a heavy dose of vivid storytelling to create a rare sound that appeals across the demographic spectrum while simultaneously growing the loyalty of current fans.

The characters that populate his stories come from a background that is as raw as America itself. Raised by a single mom while his dad spent decades in a Texas prison, D.L. picked up a guitar while attending an Arizona high school and discovered his true calling.

After stints as a successful real estate agent, police officer and housing contractor, D.L. decided to fully commit to his calling. The result was a debut album title “Not the One” that was a critical success – earning an Album of the Year #22 ranking on the 2012 Americana Music Show and a #25 ranking on Alternate Roots Magazine’s 2012 Route 66 Americana Chart.

Following the album’s release, fans tuned into radio stations from Los Angeles to Brooklyn to hear D.L.’s music and his in-studio interviews. And they flocked to venues nationwide to see him perform. During the supporting tour and shows, D.L. and his band crisscrossed the country, in one stretch covering 38 states in 40 days.

He is as comfortable doing an acoustic set in a 50-seat tavern as he is in front of a 10,000 seat stadium, and has shared these various stages with many contemporary country and Americana artists including Joe Nichols, Craig Campbell, Gretchen Wilson, Montgomery Gentry, Clay Walker, Tracy Lawrence, Robert Earl Keen, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Turnpike Troubadours, Black Berry Smoke, Hayes Carll, Lukas Nelson and POR, David Allen Coe, Josh Abbott Band, John Evans Band, Roger Clyne and the Peace makers, States-burro Review, Band of Heathens, Stoney LaRue, Jason Boland, Cody Canada, Reckless Kelly, Micky and the Motor Cars and Aaron Watson among others.

D.L. is poised to release his sophomore album to an audience hungry for more real American music. And given the feedback, they won’t be disappointed because well-known industry insiders who have listened to pre-release tracks suggested this could be the breakout album of 2015.
Venue Information:
The Rebel Lounge
2303 E. Indian School Road
Phoenix, AZ, 85016
http://www.therebellounge.com/