This Wednesday night Tennessee’s Glossary returns to town for a night of music. Their sweet Southern tunes are the perfect prescription for the middle of the week. They will be sharing the stage with a couple other bands and the intimate room at the Basement is an ideal setting for all three of them.
Glossary draws from multiple influences, their music has evolved and matured as they have perfected the right blend of rock, country and soul. While the complimentary vocals of Joey & Kelly Kneiser give Glossary their signature sound it is Bingham Barnes and Eric Giles soulful rhythms and Todd Beane’s pedal steel twang that makes their music go. Live shows are where the magic happens, veterans of the road they have honed their skills and kick things up a notch in front of a crowd.
Joining them on stage is Telegraph Canyon (TC) and Brother Hawk (BH). Mixing the right amounts of country, folk and rock TC delivers some of the finest Americana music your ears will enjoy. Their non-stop touring has led to a devout fan base and a damn good fine tuned live show, so expect a good night of music. BH brings some local flair to the evening as they kick things off. Full of soulful Southern rhythms these guys know how to rock and should set the bar high for the rest of the bands playing Wednesday night.
There you have it a line-up full of bands that will deliver a killer night of music. So start your weekend off early and don’t be late to the Basement because you do not miss out on a single note, if you do, you will be sorry. If you see me there be sure to say hi.
WHO: Glossary, Telegraph Canyon, Brother Hawk
WHERE: The Basement
WHEN: Wednesday. February 13th, 9:00 p.m.