with special guests
Langhorne Slim is a folk singer, born Sean Scolnick on August 20, 1980, based out of Brooklyn, New York. Originally hailing from Langhorne, Pennsylvania, he attended High School at The Solebury School in New Hope, Pennsylvania, and graduated from the Conservatory of Music at Purchase College, part of the SUNY system.
He began to gain public notice through several years of touring with the Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players and an appearance at the Bonnaroo Music Festival. His song Electric Love Letter was recently number 5 on the Rolling Stone editor's top ten picks. The song was also in the movie Waitress. He has recently been seen on tours with Cake, The Avett Brothers, Murder By Death, Jeffrey Lewis, The Violent Femmes, Lucero, and Rocky Votolato.
In 2006, Langhorne Slim and the War Eagles signed to V2 Records. For one EP (Engine EP, 2006) and an LP due out in early 2007. However, after V2 folded on the deal regarding the highly anticipated release, the band signed to Kemado Records, and released a self-titled album on April 29th, 2008.
A Langhorne Slim Daytrotter Session was released on October 9, 2006.
On August 9, 2009, Lanhorne Slim sang "God Bless America" during the seventh inning stretch during a Philadelphia Phillies-Florida Marlins game at Citizens Bank Park. It came after Shane Victorino had been ejected by umpire Ed Rapuano and in trying to offer words of comfort to the fans, Slim was booed by the home-crowd.
Langhorne Slim's band the War Eagles consists of Jeff Ratner on up-right bass and Malachi DeLorenzo on drums
High Noon Saloon
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