Ryne Norman: "Red Mountain" Album Release Show
Tiger Drive, VEAUX
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 18 and over
Phoenix transplant to Nashville, Ryne Norman made his Nashville debut after releasing his Americana folk rooted 'Revival EP' in the spring of 2015.
Much like the saguaros in his childhood backyard, Ryne Norman’s path to Nashville is as remarkable as the flourishing of those desert plants: towering and thriving despite the toil of desert living. From a very young age, Ryne started to observe his desolate world. Through writing he juxtaposed the suburban malaise with his thoughts on life, pain, and beauty. Through this process of holding seemingly contradictory thoughts together, he began to unlock what a beautifully tattered existence we live. So through a stylistic evolution from post-rock and americana roots to a vibrant aural richness of indie-pop with a feel for the times, he has crafted a new sound that transcends genre and era. Norman's music is a combination of revisiting classic 80’s elements, capturing the heart of Americana storytelling, and pulling from modern influences such as Dawes, James Vincent McMorrow, & The 1975.
Ryne Norman released his first single, “Stranger Things”, on September 22nd. It is his first single off of his debut LP, “Red Mountain” expected later this year.
Nashville Band writing fun tunes for our friends to sing.
Nashville’s newest alt/pop trio, VEAUX, consists of brothers Aaron and Dominick Wagner and long-time friend Andrew Black.
After playing music together off and on for years, the band finally took shape late one night in a hotel bar over a round of gin and tonics.
Their newest single, “Wander," links their past to their pioneering spirit, combining the feel of 80’s radio with indie rock and cutting edge pop. The name VEAUX (pronounced “vō”), a colloquial French term for “commoner,” is a nod to the humble origins of the members and their desire to always stay true to who they are.
Aaron Wagner has this to say on the subject: “When we look back on our lives as old men, I want to be able to say that we were true to ourselves. We spent years being paralyzed by fear and perfectionism, and we are finally in a place as a band and as a family to create honest art and let the chips fall where they may.”
The band is currently in the studio writing songs and booking shows across the country.