Jon Shain, David Franklin
Red Light Café
Jon Shain
February
15
Atlanta, GA

Hello, Atlanta area friends!


I have a headlining show in mid-town Atlanta this coming Friday night, Feb. 15 at Red Light Cafe - a nice intimate concert setting. I'll have copies of my brand new CD, Ordinary Cats, and some spiffy new T-shirts we printed up to go along with the new album, too. Special guest David Franklin will open the show starting at 8pm.


I would love to see you there - come hear the new songs!


Thanks,
Jon


Here is a link for the venue:

http://redlightcafe.com/events/friday-215-8pm-jon-shain-w-david-franklin-and-the-mandolin-sideman-12-adv-15-door


Here is the link to buy advance tix (a decent discount from the door price):

http://www.ticketalternative.com/Events/21913.aspx

         
 
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"From Durham, NC, Jon produces a bubbling, slow-cooked folk-blues jam that's irresistible. "  — Trent River Coffee Company, New Bern/Craven County Convention & Visitors Center
"He is a master blues guitarist, which is a distinction you may not fully appreciate until you see the amount of finger acrobatics that go into coaxing those sounds from an acoustic guitar...Shain's lyrics are based on simple words and simple ideas that add up to common stories with uncommon depth."  — Justin Shatwell, Yankee Magazine
"The fine North Carolina singer-songwriter has hella acoustic guitar chops marinated in swing, ragtime, and Piedmont blues. A former improv-rocker with the band Flying Mice, Shain delivers a wonderful set of vintage-sounding tunes inspired by the new recessionary South on his latest album, Times Right Now; it also includes chestnuts such as "Careless Love" and more than a hint of Randy Newman."  — Richard Gehr, Village Voice
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