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Hyatt Place Hotel Nashville/Brentwood 202 Summit View Drive Brentwood, TN 37027, USA
Gig with The Jason Adamo Band
The Pour House Music Hall "Jason Adamo Band Sessions" (Mon night residency) 224 S. Blount st Raleigh NC 27601 Read more: http://events.myspace.com/Event/5680633/The-Pour-House-Music-Hall
We're so excited to release our debut EP record in NYC, where everything began for us! We were lucky enough to get some of the most talented musicians in the biz (they've played with everyone from John Mayer to Coldplay to Elvis Costello to The Dixie Chicks) and worked with an awesome producer Bill Lefler (Dashboard Confessionals, Ingrid Michaelson) to get five of our favorite tracks recorded and ready to officially release! We'd love to share them and celebrate with you - so please come to our EP release concert/party July 29th at Rockwood Music Hall's new venue, Stage 2 (just next door to the old one- but bigger and better!) See you there! Talia & Dov
Listen closely and you'll hear in guitarist and songwriter Doug Casteen's work a wealth of musical vision backed by solid experience.
Hailing from the Washington, DC area, Doug found inspiration at an early age in the Beatles and Jimi Hendrix. He picked up the guitar at age 12, after enduring a ...See Full Bio
"The Jason Adamo Band’s latest album bulges with emotive anthems, surging melodies, towering refrains and passionate performances. This is music that would sound just fine on rock radio playlists between mainstays U2, Coldplay and Bruce Springsteen. Transistor bodes well for that possibility, with songs like “Los Angeles,” “Guilty Bystander” and “Far Away From Here” conveying the angst and conviction a stadium-savvy outfit must be able to deliver. Fortunately, the group also knows how to rein it in, as evidenced by the spunky shuffle of “Patricia” and the brittle ballads “Bring It Back” and “Innocent.” Ultimately, Transistor aims high—and happily, hits its mark."