Wheeler Brothers, Caroline Rose
3025 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19104
Doors 6:30 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is all ages
Houndmouth’s electrified folk-rock sound calls the mighty Midwest home. The Ohio River separates their hometown of New Albany IN from Louisville KY. Matt Myers, Katie Toupin, Shane Cody and Zak Appleby formed the band in late 2011. Together they create colossal electric-American songs with bouncy half-time beats and punchy guitar riffs. They all like to sing, sometimes at the same time.
"Long, Hard Road," the first song on the Wheeler Brothers' first album and a title that gives you a pretty good indication of where this Austin, Texas five-piece feels most comfortable. Indeed, although they're five-time Austin Music Awards winners who've never played a hometown gig that hasn't sold out, the Wheelers view the world as one big stage.
"We've always respected the bands that just get out there and work their asses off," says singer-guitarist Nolan Wheeler, who adds that the band's goal this year is to play 200 shows by Christmas. "There's really no better way to create a connection with your audience."
Nor is there any better way to refine your music—to find yourself in it and discover what makes it yours. That's precisely what the Wheeler Brothers—who also include bassist Tyler Wheeler and drummer Patrick Wheeler, along with guitarist Danny Matthews and lap-steel whiz A.J. Molyneaux—have done over the past two years, honing a unique roots-music sound PasteMagazine.com has described as bringing "a bit of the enthusiasm and flavor of The Arcade Fire into their Texas-tinged Americana" and Carson Daly has called "…music at its finest. Rock & roll with a bit of twang…"
They'll be the first to tell you: Portraits, the group's remarkable debut, arrives steeped in tradition, with a sound as rich as Southern soil with echoes of Willie Nelson and Townes Van Zandt, not to mention more recent trailblazers such as Wilco and Radiohead. (And let's not forget Western swing institution Asleep at the Wheel, whose frontman Ray Benson released Portraits on his Bismeaux Records.)
Having written her debut record America Religious after a lengthy series of trips traversing the backroads of the United States, it comes as no surprise that songwriter Caroline Rose and band mate Jer Coons have been constantly on the move playing venues and house concerts around the country. "The themes in the album reflect that journey," says Paste Magazine, "as each track seems to tackle a new topic and make even the most familiar themes feel fresh." Sirius XM Program Director Ari Fink says, [America Religious] "puts you in the front seat riding shotgun on a very real adventure…" Rose and Coons are proud to have had complete creative control over the record, having played nearly all the instruments, co-producing, mixing and engineering it themselves.
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