Alex Radus is called "Philly's lo-fi noir jazz-punk-blues-C&W" for a reason (A.D. Amorosi, City Paper). Radus leapfrogs across jazz, swing, blues, and country, often blurring the lines between them. His new album, Jewels & Tinware, is testament and is truly an album for any music lover.|
A commanding vocalist known for his three-octave (plus) range, Radus is a sure bet for fans of Jeff Buckley, Martin Sexton, and Jason Mraz. Radus has toured extensively and won numerous awards and critical acclaim for his songwriting and performing. He has been privileged to share the stage with legendary and contemporary artists, such as Richie Havens and Regina Spektor.
Alex Radus brings his trio and special guests to Bourbon & Branch in Philly's Northern Liberties for a special party in celebration of the release of Jewels & Tinware. www.alexradus.com
The event also features performances by Mo Lowda and the Humble and William Gruff.
Mo Lowda & the Humble's first full-length effort, Curse The Weather is an album that any music fan can enjoy, simply because it has a bit of everything. While many of the tunes seem to start in a standard pop structure, there's a great chance that in only a few minutes a full-blown outro jam will have taken a song to the ultimate crescendo of the final few measures. Although not technically a concept record, Curse the Weather exhibits a strong sense of continuity throughout.
William Gruff is a 5 piece band that has occupied a number of genres. The current realm of experimentation lies somewhere under an umbrella they call LoFi Synth Rock. The band regularly plays and fills Rockwood Music Hall among other venues in NYC, and have taken to the road as of late playing great clubs throughout the northeast.
Bourbon & Branch (View)
705 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19123
Philadelphia, PA 19123
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