Thursday, May 22, 2014
On May 23, Jordan Igoe, Owen Beverly, and The Kernal will be playing a show at The Royal American.
Jordan Igoe released her debut album, “How to Love” on February 14. Her record is a compilation of 12 songs, both old and new, that have been honed during the last 13 years that she's been performing, both solo and with various musical accompaniment.
The record was recorded with Wolfgang Zimmerman at The Space in Charleston, South Carolina.
Owen Beverly released his “Drunk Lover EP” in 2003. Beverly took the album on the road with John Mayor and Howie Day, and “The Drunk Lover EP” was also featured on HBO's “Entourage.”
The Kernal, tapping into Country music's long-time standard of story-telling, uses southern music influences, from Jazz to Honky Tonk, to access a sound both unique and universal.
The single “Green, Green Sky,” following his debut “FAREWELLHELLO,” cut live at the Ardent Studios in Memphis and produced by Jeff Powell is a tale of wanderlust and misguided ways set against the backdrop of a Honky Tonk rhythm and classic Country vocals.
The show is $6 at the door and will start at 9 p.m.