Lovers of folk and soul everywhere, get ready for one of the most fantastic events of the year!! Amos Lee is teaming up with Spoon and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, with extra support from Chicano Batman and The Suffers!! This incredible lineup will comes to the BB&T Pavilion on Saturday 29th July 2017 – get your tickets good and early to be sure of a place, as this show is BOUND to sell out!!!
Kicking off the show are The Sufferers, self-defined as Gulf Coast Soul, with their environment, the Gulf coast and city of Houston, and its multicultural mix of languages, cultures and music, being the biggest influence upon their music. Next up are Chicano Batman. Known for their passionate, high-energy live performances, the tropical psychedelic-soul act will not disappoint!!
Spoon are an indie/art rock band, formed in Austin, Texas by Britt Daniel on vocals and guitar and Jim Eno on drums with the later addition of Rob Pope on bass and Alex Fischel on keys and guitar. They started to gain a following with their first two albums, and then signed with Merge Records, giving them a breakthrough with the album “Girls Can Tell,” in 2001. The band will be performing in support of their freshly released LP “Hot Thoughts”!
Finally, it's Amos Lee. Opting for a musical career after graduating in English and teaching in elementary school, Amos Lee saw huge success opening for acts such as B.B King and Norah Jones – whose bassist produced Amos Lee's debut self-titled album. Widely well-received by audiences and critics, the album hit number two on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart. His brand new album, “Spirit,” is out now, and it's Amos Lee at his very best. Accompanied by the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, he promises a show you'll never forget!!