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Peter Bradley Adams, originally from Birmingham, Alabama, was formerly one half of the duo, Eastmountainsouth, signed by Robbie Robertson (of The Band) to DreamWorks Records in 2002. Since then, Peter has released four solo records, as well as an EP with Down Like Silver, his side project. In November '08, Adams was named by The Wall Street Journal as one of the "21st-century writers whose songs are worth exploring" and in May of '09, "Leavetaking" earned him IAP's "Best CDs of 2008" Award for Best Male Singer-Songwriter. Nic Harcourt, writing in Los Angeles Times Magazine, said "Adams is fast developing as a songwriter who both inspires and questions." This is a young talent you won't want to miss.
In 25 years, Wynn has released at least that many albums and has seen over 300 of his songs recorded. He has played over 2000 shows in more than 25 countries. Or, maybe you know him from his groundbreaking work with The Dream Syndicate, a band that along with REM and the Replacements practically invented the American indie rock scene of the 1980s. Perhaps you know Wynn from his critically acclaimed solo albums of the 1990s which were fixtures on many Modern Rock radio stations across the country. Or, it could be from his highly touted side-project Gutterball, which, by its fifth gig, found itself signed to Mute/Elektra and on a national tour with The Black Crowes. Or, maybe from his recent Desert Trilogy, and the near-legendary shows with his current backing band, The Miracle 3. Or, maybe you tuned in for the first time when he played on the Late Show With David Letterman as part of The Baseball Project. Whatever the case, you should know that Steve Wynn is a local legend, and that his shows are always great. Be here.
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