The Grey Eagle and Worthwhile Sounds Present
SOLD OUT: CAAMP
Matt Walsh, Doc Robinson
638 South State Street
Salt Lake City, UT, 84111
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Watch & Listen
Columbus, Ohio trio Caamp formed when Taylor Meier and Evan Westfall met and bonded over a shared love of music and a shared love of home, specifically the inspiration they culled from the Midwest lives they grew up in. The two began writing and performing and quickly grew a rabid fan base. A self-titled 2016 debut album took flight, quickly gaining over 52 million streams, with a staggering 25 million streams for their single “Vagabond” alone. The band’s fan base is no fluke, Caamp’s live shows are transcendent, communal experiences and they’ll take their show to new places throughout 2019. Evan and Taylor brought on a third member and longtime friend, Matt Vinson, to join on bass just before recording their newest album By and By, out July 26th on Mom + Pop Records. By and By broadens Caamp’s repertoire without sacrificing the intimate feel of their early work.
DJ and producer from London, UK.
Doc Robinson is an indie pop exploration of old school swagger; Motown soul meets contemporary alternative. Fronted by Jon Elliott of The Floorwalkers and Nick D'Andrea of Nick D' and The Believers, the ever-evolving outfit features an ongoing rotation of Columbus, Ohio's best players.
Doc Robinson worked with Mike Landolt (Maroon 5, OAR, Spin Doctors) to produce their debut EP Golden Daze, released in November 2016. The release earned enthusiastic attention from local tastemakers, early praise from blogs and opening slots for indie favorites including Rainbow Kitten Surprise and CAAMP.
When longtime friends and new collaborators, Elliott and D'Andrea, entered their first partner songwriting session, a shared love for narrative and natural knack for soulful melodies spurred a prolific outpouring of tunes. The pair recognized this compatibility and called upon creatives in local company to complete the project. Members of Mojoflo, Forest and The Evergreens, George Barrie Band, Hebdo, New Thousand and many more continuously contribute to the collective.
"Like everything we've done so far this album truly took a village," says Doc Robinson. "It was a community project from start to finish, with all our musical brethren pitching in and sharing their talents to color in our crude sketches and create a tapestry that reflects a little bit of all of our experiences."
Doc Robinson released it’s debut full-length LP Deep End on July 22, 2017.