Railroad Earth LIVE at Granada Theater! Keep the Vibe Alive with the *official* after-party featuring The One Man Phunk Band – Music until 2am.
Henry + The Invisibles (Henry Roland) is a live-looping, multi-instrumentalist aka “The One Man Funk Band” that loops and layers vocal harmonies, funk guitar, grooving bass, soulful keyboards and powerful percussion to create original high energy dance music that sounds like a solid 5 piece funk ensemble!
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Deep Ellum Art Company’s Bluegrass Sundays, 1pm-7pm
The Bodarks 2p-4:15
Over the River 4:45p – 7p
Tickets on-sale now at: http://bit.ly/
>>> 4pm: BAR OPENS
>>> 9pm: BOX OFFICE
>>> 10pm: MUSIC STARTS
Street parking available on Commerce (front) & Murray (side). Lot parking is available on Canton (back) across the street in the Equipment and Maintenance Services building after 6pm. We do not recommend parking in the business lot on Murray.
$5 Wells until Box Office opens (9pm)
The *official* after-party for Nada Surf Live at Granada Theater on Thursday, May 17, next door at Sundown at Granada!
Singer-songwriter BJ Stricker and his band The Kings’ music comes in the form of dynamic contrast in sound. Drawing from influences from folk and rock to blues and jazz fusion, the Dallas musician’s infectious tunes are derived from the very human struggles.
From Thom Yorke to Neil Young, Amos Lee to his biggest inspiration, Dave Matthews, Stricker’s sound and songwriting is eclectic and melodious. With musical musings coming at unexpected moments in life, his midnight melodies are faceted to make the listener feel a specific way. “I just need one really good line to start a ripple effect for the rest of the song,” he says, “then I allow the story and song to write itself.”
In addition to Stricker, “The Kings” include Ryan Dahir (sax), Connor Pickle (drums), David Wilson (guitar) and Patrick Smith (bass). Each rising the caliber of this Dallas musicianship, creating a sound unique in the Big D.
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1/2 off bottles of wine