High South and Friends with Special Guests Them Vibes with Opener Drop Dead Dangerous Benefiting Mary's Meals USA
City Winery
Wed, Apr 17 8:00 pm


High South: With impressive three-part harmonies, a dedication to songwriting, and unwavering optimism, the Nashville-based band High South has developed a dedicated following across Europe, where they’ve been touring regularly there since 2015. Now they’re breaking into the American market with A Change in the Wind, a captivating project that draws comparisons to classic rock bands like the Eagles, Doobie Brothers, and Crosby, Stills, and Nash. Them Vibes: Formed in East Nashville’s underground rock scene in 2013, the band quickly shook the foundations of Music City with their blitzkrieg live show and soulful songwriting. Influenced by the rhythmic sway of The Faces and T-Rex and infected with the raw energy of the Rolling Stones and the Black Crowes, Them Vibes have injected new life into the anemic arm of what currently passes for mainstream rock n’ roll.  Drop Dead Dangerous: Drop Dead Dangerous is a musical force. Two women who met touring independently teamed up and are ready to take on the world. Since their start in autumn of 2015, they have toured and performed in front of the continental United States and Caribbean islands. Vocalist and guitar player, Kitty Steadman, is arguably the most powerful female vocalist the southern rock and country-music landscape has heard. Melanie Howe, commonly known as "The Djembabe", effortlessly fills the pocket with groove. Her wild drum kit and percussion rig leave audiences saying "how in the Hell can she do all of that?!"