> Silver City Bound / USA

29
/ Sep
Saturday
2018

> Silver City Bound / USA

Location
Raekoja plats 2, Narva
Venue
Narva Jazz Club
Time
07:00 pm
Price
prii

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Silver City Bound is “Americana at its best” (Huffington Post). A unique collaboration between guitarist Justin Poindexter and accordionist/keyboardist Sam Reider, Silver City Bound is American roots music in motion. Their electrifying live show takes you on the journey of two exceptional young artists from different backgrounds, together “bound for alt-country glory” (Elmore Magazine): a magnetic southern storyteller, the son of a country singer, from the rolling hills of North Carolina; a San Francisco-raised, young jazz talent who fell in love with bluegrass and is reinventing American folk music on the accordion. With soulful harmonies, dazzling improvisation, and infectious grooves, Silver City Bound is music that moves your body and your soul. Performances will also feature original saxophonist Eddie Barbash (Jon Batiste, Late Show with Stephen Colbert) and bassist Dave Speranza (Jim Campilongo, Phoebe Hunt).
www.silvercitybound.com

“This accordion-based group (yes, accordion!) is updated Americana at its best. Taking mostly folk rock then adding jazz and zydeco-cajun influences, you get music that’s impossible not to stomp your feet to (or dance around in happy circles). Plus, their instrument solos pretty much shred it.” – The Huffington Post

“Describing themselves as a “hot folk” ensemble, this energetic quartet appeals to the same dancing crowd that flocks to such neo-hot jazz groups as the Stay Human Band and the Hot Sardines. Their excellent new album, “Diner in the Sky,” benefits from the production expertise of David Amram, himself a storied veteran of many a jazz-folk-classical music mashup.” – Will Friedwald, The Wall Street Journal

“Silver City Bound has their own loose-limbed charm…serving up a sprightly mixture of folk, country, mariachi, and more.” – The New Yorker

“…a swinging mash of bluegrass, jazz, Cajun, country and gospel music.” – San Francisco Chronicle

“…heat up the joint…” – Time Out NY