THURSDAY // OCTOBER 22

East

 

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**DISCLAIMER: Some shows contain moderate adult language and behaviors such as smoking. Shows may not be suitable for all ages.

 

Thursday at a glance

 

 

7:00 PM

 

East - Dr. Danny, Gem and Eye, Coyle Girelli

These Kobalt New Yorkers are bringing an eclectic mix to the virtual Tin Pan South stage. Brother-sister duo Gem and Eye have a retro look and feel that is somehow also inherently futuristic. Former member of The Lemon Twigs, Dr. Danny brings a simple pop rock vibe with layers of harmonies. They're joined by English multi-platinum selling Coyle Girelli who includes BTS's #1 single "heartbeat" on his resume.

 

East - Shaed

Hailing from Washington, DC, twins Max and Spencer Ernst together with Spencer’s wife and lead-vocalist Chelsea Lee make up SHAED.  Fans will no doubt recognize their smash hit “Trampoline,” but all their music is equally hypnotizing.  This show provides a great opportunity to get to know a little more about the band and experience how they interact with one another.  You never know…you may just hear their next song that will take the world by storm.

 

8:00 PM

 

East - Kris Delmhorst, Mark Erelli, Lori McKenna

This show is all about the Boston-area powerhouses. Mark Erelli has some serious Americana chops as a past winner of the Kerrville Folk Festival's New Folk Award. He has shared the stage with some real greats as a performer and has also had his songs recorded by folks like Ellis Paul, Vance Gilbert, Antje Duvekot and Red Molly. He regularly performs and tours with the incomparable Lori McKenna, who in addition to her own albums boasts smashes recorded by other artists including "Humble and Kind" (Tim McGraw), "Girl Crush" (Little Big Town) and "Always Remember Us This Way" from A Star Is Born. They'll be joined by fellow active member of the Boston folk scene, Kris Delmhorst who the Los Angeles Times describes as "moody, euphoric, and transcendent."

 

 

East - Chris Barron, Jeff Cohen, Toby Lightman

Jeff Cohen is a “man of all coasts,” but we asked him to take it back to his roots in New York and drag some fellow East-coasters along.  He came through with a couple of ringers.  Former lead singer of the Spin Doctors, Chris Barron will take you straight back to the ‘90s with “Two Princes” and “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong.”  You’ll be “Crazy For This Girl” when Toby Lightman starts singing her hits like “Devils and Angels” and “Everyday.”  Cohen will round it out not only with his Evan and Jaron earworm, but also fan favorites like “Holy Water” (Big & Rich) and “Postcard From Paris” (The Band Perry).

 

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