We’ve already told you about Cass McCombs playing at FooBar tonight, but let’s say you don’t like slow, heartbreaking music… or maybe you are just afraid of East Nashville. If that’s the case, then you should consider heading over to Mercy Lounge for the Electro-rockers Vinyl Thief, acoustic popster Christian Luthi, and local pop act Church Mice. Things get started at 9pm, and tickets are $8.
We’ve already talked about one of our local faves Vinyl Thief, and you can take a look at some of those posts here. If you want to hear their music, head over to their website by clicking on the images below.
This show will also include performances by Christian Luthi (who is apparently filling in for original headliner Matt Thiessen of Reliant K) and a “vinyl release” show for Church Mice. You may know Church Mice as the band that you helped fund through a Kickstarter campaign for their debut record Visit The Cemetery. If you want a copy of the vinyl of that debut record, they should be on sale tonight at the show, and you can check out the player embedded below to stream (or buy) that album.
Christian Luthi grew up in a small town outside of Milwaukee. His studies and musical influences left him with deep roots in jazz, funk, pop, rock, and everything in between. Now, based in Nashville, this singer/songwriter keeps listeners on their toes with his consistently creative but catchy material. It’s a good poppy sound that will remind that you are not at Cass McCombs. You can check out some of his music at his Facebook page.
Get out and see some live music!