Andrew Duhon and the Bryan Titus Trio
About the Event
Andrew Duhon is a songwriter from New Orleans whose ability to craft a 3-minute novel has earned him comparisons to John Prine and Jim Croce, while the powerful soul of his voice evokes a youthful Van Morrison. He has released four recordings, including his 2014 release, The Moorings, which was nominated for a GRAMMY® Award for “Best Engineered Album.” His latest album, False River is described by American Songwriter as “fresh, innovative, and complicated in all the right ways.” His most frequent touring outfit is a trio consisting of upright bass, drums, and three-part harmonies that bring the sonic landscape of his songs to life.
The Bryan Titus Trio grows up like a weed from a tangled and overgrown history of Bluegrass and American Roots Music. Recently touted as a “Postmodern Barn Dance” band they write & perform toe-tapping tunes that evoke themes & melodies of yesterday with a pinch of modern irony. Bryan Titus draws heavily on lessons learned on his 2013 Through Hike of the Appalachian Trail, especially the music he picked up in Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, & Virginia. His vocals are both smooth & rough, his guitar playing simultaneously elegant & primitive. Jeff Kranzler (Upright Bass) & Dustin Janson (Cajon and vocal) fill out and enhance each song with concise & deliberate accompaniment.
$31 - Reserved seating
Andrew Duhon - Heart of a Man (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
Andrew Duhon - They Don't Make Em' (Official Video)