A spectacular double-bill to help combat your SAD at the end of a dreary Kakalak January. Phatlynx Phatlynx will open up at 9pm in their reliably humble, laid-back yet rockin' style. This was their gig to own, but they chose to let Salt to Bitters close the evening. It is general knowledge that this band features some of the kindest musician folks in town. Regarding Phatlynx: "The Raleigh-Durham area's favorite pork obsessed Surfabilly band, Phatlynx (pronounced "FAT-links") was conceived as a one-off show/group to get as many people as we could fit into Chapel Hill, NC's the Cave to play the song "Rumble" at the same time. We did that, and had such a good time, we've kept going, playing more shows and adding more songs, some of which aren't by Link Wray but still have the same rockin', low-fi attitude." https://www.facebook.com/pages/Phatlynx/161551310537682 http://wunc.org/post/phatlynx Salt to Bitters Salt to Bitters will take the headline spot, and we can expect a dramatic close to the evening. "From lilt to lurch, from swagger to stagger, Salt To Bitters crashes its way across a bittersweet soundscape in fits and starts, tempering depravity with a tunefulness that could only have been born in the desperate hours between last call and first light. Tony T. Raver's moods range from wry to agonized, his alcohol-drenched musings on liquored-up love and the loss thereof emerging both poignant and raucous. Raver's eclectic assemblage of Chapel Hill music veterans follow his every move with a funereal kaleidoscope of plinking banjo, mournful violin ribbons, ominous Rhodes piano, drums that shamble and crash. Formed in 2008, Salt To Bitters has carved its niche as the Triangle's foremost purveyors of late-night despair, playing a host of live shows across North Carolina." http://www.reverbnation.com/salttobittersSave
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Manager: Misty Briggs, Head On Management & Booking
Bio: From lilt to lurch, from swagger to stagger, Salt To Bitters crashes its way across a bittersweet soundscape in fits and starts, tempering depravity with a tunefulness that could only have been born in the desperate hours between last call and first light. Tony T. Raver's moods range from wry to ...See Full Bio
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