The Art of Music - First Friday Show
The Art of Music
Cameron McGill, Andrew Combs, Ronlewhorn
1043 Virginia Ave #215
Murphy Arts Center
Indianapolis, IN, 46203
Doors 6:00PM / Show 8:00PM
This event is all ages
Watch & Listen
The Art of Music
The Art of Music - A Gig Poster & Live Music Showcase
August First Friday at The Murphy Building Featuring:
Gig Poster Show by Ronlewhorn (Aaron Scamihorn)
Music from Cameron McGill and Andrew Combs
Songwriter Cameron McGill has been carving out a place for himself
over the years through relentless touring and a growing list of
self-released albums. His fifth and most recent release, Is A Beast
(Post-Important), was released in April of 2011 following 2009's Warm
Songs for Cold Shoulders (Parasol). The album is streaming here:
2009 saw McGill joining Indianapolis's Margot & the Nuclear So and
So's, for whom he plays keyboards. He is currently at work on a
collection of poems, as well as a new album, Gallows Etiquette, which
he is funding via PledgeMusic.com
(http://www.pledgemusic.com/cameronmcgill). When not on tour, he can
be found singing for his supper in Chicago.
Andrew Combs is a Texas songwriter, guitarist, and singer who lives in Nashville. His brand of country-folk looks back to Guy Clark and Mickey Newbury’s heyday in Nashville. Following the success of the self-released 2010 EP, Tennessee Time, Coin Records released the 7-inch “Big Bad Love” in April 2012. While the EP displayed a decidedly Nashville sound, “Big Bad Love” and b-side “Take It From Me” reveal a ballsier side—a folk-rock sound with nods to rough-and-tumble Chicago blues and Planet Waves-era Dylan. Combs’ live show was once described as a cross between the stripped-down country-rock of Merle Haggard and the tightly wound garage-punk of Detroit’s MC5. They call it country soul swag, and you should too.
My Name is Aaron Lewis Scamihorn. RONLEWHORN is a pseudonym. It came from parts of each of my three names merged together.
I have a passion for digital portraiture mixed with a love affair with typography and serigraphy. From doing screen printed gig posters for the likes of Mayer Hawthorne, Queens of the Stone Age, CAKE and the Naptown Roller Girls to feature illustrations in the magazines such as Usbek et Rica, Carne mag & Droga Mag, I have had the honor of working with some really rad clients. I’m always looking for unique challenges and new opportunities. I was a finalist in the 2009 Layer Tennis playoffs and came back strong in 2010 with an exhibition match against Nick Campbell. I was also competed in the 2009 Cut & Paste Chicago battle.
I’m available for Illustration projects and Gig Poster design & printing. Drop me a line.
$5 Donation, 100% of tickets to the artists. Also featuring the works of the amazing Aaron Scamihorn
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