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Return of the Grievous Angel - a tribute to Gram Parsons
The International Pop Overthrow Music Festival — Atlanta kicks off Day One with Blake Rainey & His Demons, The Black Sundays, The Sunset District, Atomic Clock, The Shut-Ups, Casper & the Cookies, and New Terminus.
Sat November 17, 2012 Doors at 9:00PM
Sounds Like: Elvis Costello, Paul Westerberg, Bruce Springsteen, Bright Eyes, Uncle Tupelo
Label: Two Sheds Records / Angelically Tough
Blake Rainey and His Demons
Love Don’t Cross Me
TWO SHEDS MUSIC 2014
Blake Rainey's most recent LP effort, A Man, Not A Biography (Spin Magazine - 7 out of 10 stars) might just signal the swan song of his longtime group, The Young Antiques, but after last year's live-in-the-studio EP Ambulance A...See Full Bio
Young Antiques front man has a sensitive side, too.
"Elsewhere less-figured and endearingly open singer-songwriters, like Sufjan Stevens and Devendra Banhart, have gained attention by enveloping the small moments in something entirely genuine, be it delivery or arrangement (or both). Rainey defers to a similar grace with his own soft accounting. "Fields of PA" sounds like a letter read aloud, entreating memories of Paris, London and winter with a gazer's nod: "Dreaming really is no different / Than a memory that never happened."