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Haunted Like Human (Nashville) / Love and Valor / Arielle Bryant
July 23 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Haunted Like Human is bringing a new roots voice to Nashville: two parts folk, one part Americana, and a dash of indie vibes. Classically trained guitarist Cody Clark has played everything from post-hardcore to jazz. Vocalist Dale Chapman grew up writing prose and poetry, and she brings her strong imagery and storytelling into her music. A combination of Northwestern grit and Southern charm, the two strive to create a unique and intimate listening experience.
Love & Valor is an emerging Indie/Folk band based out of Burlington, NC. Their influences range from classic singer/songwriters such as Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash to current bands such as Mumford and Sons, Death Cab for Cutie, and City and Colour. Each person, bringing their own musical style and influences to the group, shares the spotlight singing and doing backing vocals. Every member of the band takes part in song writing and work together to make it a Love & Valor song. Their live shows are fun and intimate. Love & Valor is a talented trio of singers, songwriters, and (multi-instrument) musicians. The group is Jesse Fox, Darren Miles, Koehna Jordan
Poet, artist, guitarist, singer and songwriter, Arielle Bryant is based out of the “Oak City” -Raleigh, North Carolina. A seasoned performer of over a decade – her sound is raw, vibrant, and provakatively soaking with grit. Compared to acts such as Ani Difranco, Caitlin Cary, St. Vincent and Rhiannon Giddens – This walking, talking, archetype of the Siren of myth, effortlessly obliterates preconceived notions of the all-too-familiar “female singer-songwriter” mold. Fueled by uniquely powerful vocals, her songs brim with poignant, witty lyrics that remain long after the tide has gone out. A force of nature, Bryant’s appeal is made whole with wildly catchy guitar riffs and hooks – complete with ‘line and sinker’ that leave listeners gladly baffled by the enormous energy, unsuspectingly, emitted by this petite bard.