515-B North McDonough St.
Decatur, GA, 30030
Doors 6:00 PM / Show 7:00 PM
VON GREY - the Atlanta-based alt-rock group composed of three classically trained sisters Kathryn von Grey, Annika von Grey, and Fiona von Grey is set to take the music industry by storm.
Taking a multi-instrumental approach, VON GREY delivers cinematic, ethereal, and imagery laden alternative anthems soaked in rich pop hooks. By drawing from the mysticism and the complexities of the human experience, VON GREY blends classical instrumentation, three part harmony, dark synths, and provoking lyrics to strike a delicate balance between the divine and the carnal.
After playing nearly 500+ shows, including late night appearances on David Letterman & Conan O’Brien, VON GREY took a calculated hiatus in late 2015 to begin writing / recording material for their December 2017 release, Trinity.
The EP's lead single, "Poison In The Water", was released in April 2017 and garnered attention from numerous tastemakers, including Indie Shuffle who likened the new sound to, "a darker, Lana Del Rey-influenced HAIM," adding, "VON GREY's latest is spellbinding."
The follow-up single, "6AM", premiered on NPR All Songs Considered in late June, accompanied by the headline, "ethereal and catchy don't often make a perfect pair within pop music, but the combination is exactly what hooked me on VON GREY."
The band will be joining The Brevet for a spring tour spanning the Northeast region beginning May 9th and wrapping May 16th in Nashville.
Born and raised in the outskirts of Atlanta, Eli Hannon is an incredibly gifted thirteen year old singer, songwriter, and musician. As a young man, Eli was immersed in music, as his dad, Dan Hannon, is a successful local producer with a basement studio that has hosted acts such as Manchester Orchestra, Von Grey, Macy Todd, Aaron Shust, Brytly, Dan Smyers of Dan + Shay, Larkin Poe, and many more. Eli showed an early fascination with soul, pop, and R&B music, and began devouring the music of The Jackson Five, Jackie Wilson, Stevie Wonder, Sam Cooke, Ray Charles, and contemporary artist, Bruno Mars. Eli is surprisingly accomplished as a keys player and accompanies himself as he sings with the soul and conviction of a man three time his age. His biggest gig thus far was performing for a sold out show at the Buford Community Center.