The Vanguard and Brother's Houligan present
Project Cole Patterson, Bryant Carter Band
222 North Main Street
Tulsa, OK, 74103
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is all ages
With The Future Ain't What It Used To Be, Bleu Edmondson‟s long-awaited follow-up to 2007‟s critically acclaimed Lost Boy, the southern-fried country rocker embarked on a search for truth, stripping back layers of regret, loss, and longing to uncover a renewed, albeit somewhat painfully soul-baring, view of himself and the world around him. He dug deeper into what the music meant to him as a musician, a writer and a man. "Writing is like holding up a mirror to those darkest corners of our lives that we keep hidden," confides the raspy-throated singer. "It‟s not always a pretty reflection, but it‟s real and it matters." The collection of songs ministers to the saint and the sinner in each of us. It is an amalgamation of those touch points and influences that give us permission to question, confront and raise a little hell on Saturday night.
Project Cole Patterson
To Be Announced Soon!
Bryant Carter Band
Bryant Carter Band is building a brand of true, 100% authentic Missouri music.
In a genre of music where artists aren't necessarily songwriters, Bryant Carter has been writing and playing his own music since he was 15. Raised in rural Missouri, Bryant spent his youth around Saturday night bonfires singing his songs about love lost, hard living, and down home values.
After years of building his own loyal fan base, Bryant joined with Shawn Buxton, Jake Franklin, and Kenny Marshall in 2009 to form the Bryant Carter Band. If you're looking for real and honest music with a dash of attitude then check out the Bryant Carter Band at their next show. You won't be disappointed.
$12.00 - $15.00