Tellus360 An evening with Andrew Combs and Angel Snow
Tellus360 presents: An evening with Andrew Combs and Angel Snow Sunday, November 18 Advance tickets — $7 (available online here or in the store) Doors @ 7pm | music @ 8pm BYOB drinks! If you’re planning on drinking, bring a six pack or bottle of wine! You also must be 21+ — we’ll be checkin’! […]
November 18, 2012 · 7:00pm
Tellus360 presents: An evening with Andrew Combs and Angel Snow
Sunday, November 18
Advance tickets — $7 (available online here or in the store)
Doors @ 7pm | music @ 8pm
BYOB drinks! If you’re planning on drinking, bring a six pack or bottle of wine! You also must be 21+ — we’ll be checkin’! :)
RSVP here on Facebook once you get your ticket!
Angel Snow’s latest project represents a distinct evolution in her songwriting while maintaining the honesty and openness that has attracted fans since her debut. “My early writing was more straight forward and more about who I am as individual, but my new songs focus on bigger things in this world.”
Sometimes sorrowful, often hopeful, and always looking toward faith, Snow’s music shows that the highest caliber of artistry is often intertwined with the deepest sincerity. Her heartfelt lyrics combine with sweeping folk and blues melodies to create a captivating landscape of delicate, beautiful sound.
“It’s other people’s stories that influence me,” continues Snow. “I want my music to be universal while connecting with people on a personal level.”
Angel Snow’s new album, Angel Snow, was released on October 2.
While the last of the great ‘70s Nashville and Texas songwriters are a fading memory, the fire and precision of their words and melodies have to come again somewhere in our modern age.
Enter Dallas-born, Nashville-based Andrew Combs, whose songs are rendered in the same stark and understated terms as those forefathers of the great tradition of Texas writing.
Andrew Combs is part of a Nashville renaissance in folk music that stems from the slicked-up rural country gems of Justin Townes Earle and the close-knit indie folk-rock of Caitlin Rose. Maybe you’d even stumble on to Combs and his band getting uncharacteristically fuzzed-out and wild at a hipster house party. Or maybe you’ll see Combs solo — on stage and alone as all hell — singing songs that have prompted middle-aged women to ask him, “Are you gonna be alright?”
Well, the Texas lad is just fine, thank you, and we think you’ll agree when you hear more of the sounds that are coming out of this East Nashville hotbed of dusty country soul, done up right.
Andrew Combs’ debut full-length, Worried Man, is out October 30. Get a copy before you come, or grab one at the show!