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Scott Low & the Blue Bouillon with Chris Stalcup :: country-folk LIVE in the Roots

March 23 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Americana from singer-songwriters, Scott Low & the Blue Bouillon with Chris Stalcup

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Scott Low sings songs about things he knows. Since moving from 150-200 shows a year and Athens GA, Low has founded a fly fishing art music camp, Hatch Camp and Art Farm. But Scott still sings songs in the American Folk tradition with a touch of Country and Appalachia performing solo or with his band, The Southern Bouillon.

With a wide ranging background stretching from jazz to punk to southern rock, Low pulls from the things that have shaped him. From Townes and Dylan to Miles and Zappa. But what comes out on stage is an intense rendering of original songs (and a few choice covers). In the summer of 2016, Scott released THE NEW VINTAGE, a 2+ year project of songs that fell into the net of Americana/Country and followed it with extensive touring. A more folk album came next with 2018’s BURNING TIRES, SMOKING GUNS. Then 2020 and Covid brought THE SOUTHERN BOUILLON LIVE.

Initial comparisons to Jamey Johnson, Ryan Bingham, and Hayes Carll have been written by the more Americana press, but there are touches of Tom Waits, and Nina Simone that linger in the shadows.

Over the years Scott has shared the tour stage/road with Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton, Caleb Caudle, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Sammy Kershaw, Shovels & Rope, Chris Knight, and many more. For this special performance, Scott will be performing with his full band.

Passion meets purpose—is the best way to describe the essence of what’s driving Chris Stalcup and the Grange’s gritty and earnest style of songwriting and performing. Based in Acworth, GA, theirs is a sound like a bonfire raging behind some small-town dirt-road shanty, of a band valiantly laying bare its soul while everyone dances wildly, moonshine drunk in the Southern night. Stalcup and his band channel Gram Parsons-influenced Stones tunes like “Honky-Tonk Women” and “Wild Horses,” occasionally coming off like a collaboration between Son Volt’s Jay Farrar and Drive-By Truckers’ Mike Cooley. The songs are deeply authentic and unapologetically Southern.

With Stalcup’s second solo release on DirtLeg Records, Downhearted Fools, it has become evidently clear that the Georgia native knows how to write a great song, and more importantly, knows how to write a song about what’s real – turning songs of heartache and loss into uplifting choruses of hope, yearning for redemption through a fearless fever of blistering melodies and soaring harmonies. With an All-Star line-up in the studio and on stage, their live show is not to be missed. The band sizzles on Neil Young-esque heartstring ballads like “Burnin’ Up These Highways” and “Old Highway 41”, whipping into a roaring thunder on fan favorites “Mary Jane” and “Into The Wind”.

Opening shows for artists like Lucero, Shooter Jennings and .38 Special, Stalcup & Co has piqued the interest of the Americana press, from No Depression and Nine Bullets to Routes & Branches and Bucket Full of Nails, earning stellar accolades along the way… “In a just world, Stalcup’s name should be included amongst the new breed of artists including Isbell, Simpson and Stapleton who are marrying tradition and truth.” Eric Risch – Pop Matters

Listening to their records, it’s as if you’re hearing Stalcup and the Grange from the front row of a smoky dive bar, kickin’ and gouging in the mud, blood and beer—the band is tight, the songs are real, and Stalcup’s potent yet wounded drawl reaches out, grabs you, and pulls you along for the ride.

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Burnin’ Up These Highways Video:
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March 23
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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