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Dylan LeBlanc w/ special guest Matrimony

December 11, 2012 @ 9:00 pm

| $8 in advance, $10 at the door

A great bill of Americana-infused indie rock!

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Dylan LeBlanc

Dylan LeBlanc’s sophomore album Cast The Same Old Shadow will be released on August 20 (21 AUG U.S.) by Rough Trade Records. Dylan is a native of Muscle Shoals, Alabama and he is the dark horse of the vibrant and close-knit musical community there that includes Alabama Shakes, Secret Sisters, and Civil Wars to name a few.

Dylan’s songs however, are considerably darker than that of his Alabama counterparts. He says “I wasn’t conscious of a theme before I made it – I didn’t mean to, but I just happen to base a lot of my work on emotions – and at the time, they just happened to be negative ones.”

The songs on the new album are fraught with recollections of love, loss and regret. He was admittedly an emotional wreck when he wrote them, but emotions of that sort often lead to the most heartfelt music around. Since his debut album Paupers Field, Dylan has grown as a singer and a songwriter and a guitar player. He’s experienced a lot of life already, and while he’s still trying to figure it all out, he’s ready to share the melancholy emotions he loves so much.

Dylan states “I love it when music puts me a melancholy mood. Bob Dylan’s Nashville Skyline and especially the song “Forever” by Pete Drake – those ones put me there and I want to give people that feeling too. I want people to feel something when they hear my music. A good hurt.”


Matrimony began as a duo in 2009. With Ashlee’s Americana-rock influences and Jimmy’s Irish-folk roots, Matrimony blends modern anti-folk and indie rock in their debut EP “The Storm & The Eye” produced by Joel khouri of Bright City Studios and self-released to critical acclaim in August, 2010.

Following the release, Matrimony toured across the country and is currently working on their first full length which will be released on Columbia Records later this year.


December 11, 2012
9:00 pm
$8 in advance, $10 at the door