DIRTY BOURBON RIVER SHOW + JIM MOREY BAND at New World Brewery
|When:||Back to Calendar » May 6, 2012 @ 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm|
|Where:||New World Brewery
1313 E 8th Ave
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|Tags:||New World Brewery Tampa Ybor City|
Brokenmold Entertainment presents:
Dirty Bourbon River Show (NOLA)
w/ The Jim Morey Band
New World Brewery
Sunday, May 6th
doors at 8pm / $7
Dirty Bourbon River Show: http://
In August of 2008 frontman and multi-instrumentalist Noah Adams drifted into New Orleans and quickly found himself enchanted with its wild and authentic, booming musical styles. After recruiting New Orleans native drummer Dane “Bootsy” Schindler, they formed what would later become the Dirty Bourbon River Show, playing their first show at the end of the year under the moniker “Buck Johnson and the Hootenanny Kid.”
After picking up ringleader/vocalist Charles “Big Charlie” Skinner and multi-instrumentalist Wayne Mitchell, the Dirty Bourbon River Show began to grow into an interactive multi-genre variety hour-style band. Drawing from a rich diversity of musical backgrounds, they began in American roots music and branched out into folk, rock, blues, jazz, latin, gypsy, circus, and traditional New Orleans styles.
The Dirty Bourbon River Show made their debut at the legendary Tipitina’s during homegrown night on March 11th, 2009. After picking up bassman Jimmy Williams that summer, they embarked upon their first regional tour of the south. The contagion of their whiskey-soaked New Orleans eclecticism began to spread fast. That fall they recorded their debut studio album, Volume One.
Now permanently aligned as a full-time national touring act, the Dirty Bourbon River Show has been spending the 2nd half of 2011 preparing for the release of their 4th studio album, while extending the reach of their show further up the Eastern Seaboard and out into the Rocky Mountains.
Their 4th studio album – “The Old-Timey AfroPop Jibberish Junction” – is slated to be released worldwide on 11/11/11, and is currently available to pre-order.
“A circus-like barrage of sound serving as entrance music for a magical mystery tour of whiskey-soaked French Quarter back alleys,” – Rory Callais, Offbeat
“Genetically theatrical… appetite-whetting… a snow-globe carnival segueing seamlessly from kazoo- and clarinet-blown circus shenanigans to smooth-croon lounge, and finely fingered folk ballads to banjo hoedowns, jazzy sax solos and staccato piano jams” – Noah Bonaparte-Pais, Gambit Weekly
“Riotous… racuous… swashbuckling sea chanteys, paranoid polkas, and carnival jazz, often in the same song… now that’s my kind of party!” – Aaron Lafont, Groovescapes