Moonsville Collective + Willie Watson (Old Crow Medicine Show) + more at The Kings Inn 2 Year Anniversary Show

Moonsville Collective

Moonsville Collective is an Old-Time band whose sound is rooted in the various American musical styles found, and often left behind, in Pre-War (WWII) America. The various songwriters in the group work independently and collectively to create a unique batch of String Band, Folk, Country, Dixie and New Orleans Rag music that is sure to warm the soul and induce a jig good as any Cat Daddy batch on the market could. Each member of Moonsville has firm roots in this musical tradition and aim not to reproduce nostalgia of a time forgotten, but rather ressurect the ghost of America’s rich musical cultural history, which most importantly is rooted in community. Moonsville Collective plays community music. The table is large, the harvest is plenty and the drink is ripe. Break bread with us. Everyone is invited.

Eagle Rock Gospel Singers

The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers began as a collective of friends getting together to sing sacred songs of worship from the early 20th century in the summer of 2010. A choir of up to 13 revived the spirit of those believers who came before them with songs like "I Shall Not Be Moved", "12 Gates", and "In My Time of Dying". The group eventually evolved into a band of 9 musicians, committed to keeping the spirit of gospel music alive first through covers and currently with original songs in the mix. They can currently be seen playing at a number of local Los Angeles venues such as The Satellite, Lot 1 Cafe, The Echo and The Bootleg Theatre.

Influenced by both past gospel musicians such as The Dixie Hummingbirds, The Pilgrim Travelers and Sister Rosetta Tharpe as well as current bands like The Black Keys, Wilco, and Calexico, the Eagle Rock Gospel Singers are creating a unique blend of blues, indie rock, folk, and bluegrass in their songs. Some of the band's favorite things include banjos, kickdrums, hand clappin', foot stompin', and sing-alongs.

Sam Outlaw is a country singer living in Los Angeles, CA.

He's just completed his first full-length album, produced by Kelly Winrich (Delta Spirit).

His live band seeks to emulate the musical dynamic of 60s Pop Country and Alt Country with layered harmonies, pedal steel and words that rhyme with 'sad'.

Sam's major musical influences are George Jones, Willie Nelson, Eagles, Poco, Gram Parsons and The Beatles.

$10.00 - $13.00


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