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James Tristan Redding (NYC) and Troy Petty (CHI) ~ CD Release!
Concert
Date: December 4, 2013
Time: 9:00 pm

Location: Show map
The Saloon
900 NC Music Factory Blvd, 5th floor
Charlotte, NC 28206

Contact: James Tristan Redding
Phone: 212-203-5832
Email: info@jamestristanredding.com
Site: www.facebook.com/events/233233520167846

Join these two captivating singer-songwriters for an intimate acoustic performance on their international double album release tour. For one night only, these two old friends will leave their hearts on the stage for your eyes and ears to behold. Don't miss the chance to catch this rare concert, before these two up-and-coming artists hit the larger venue circuit and tickets cost an arm and a leg!

James Tristan Redding moved to New York City in the summer of 2013 after a decade-long career with mid-western alt-country band Union Pulse. Redding spent the last winter in Mexico traveling and busking, learning Spanish, and writing and recording his debut solo album. "Walking Into Brooklyn" is complete and ready for your ears, so come out to celebrate in style at the biggest little show this year.

Troy Petty is to Chicago what Chris Isaak is to San Francisco. His band, The Last Dark Show, captures the quiet beauty and stark contrast of the mid-west, while his rhythmic vision and harmonic exploration evoke the tapestries of both our former and future lives. Troy's brand new album, Fairy Tale Pen, is as inventive as it is reliable. Come hear it live right in your own backyard.




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