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VON STRANTZ/ NATIVE LAND CANCELLED

May 19 @ 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm

$10

APOLOGIES:  CANCELLED DUE TO HEALTH EMERGENCY

VON STRANTZ/NATIVE LAND

NATIVE LANDmusical nomadic husband & wife duo journey in search of their home land while writing songs for the people that they meet along the way from town to town and state to state. Native Land creates songs pulling from their strongest influences with the heart of true punk rockers like David Byrne’s quirky sounds and strange 80’s beats and the soul of Sister Rosetta Tharp, guitar licks and gospel-like lyrics bringing good news to all who are weary. Prepare your hearts for some gospel rock n’roll that has some spacey groove.

In early 2012 a terrible car accident left VON STRANTZ incapable of using their hands. After months of physical therapy and waiting for healing the day finally came and out of healing Von Strantz began. Utilizing a variety of instruments such as violin, cello, keys, guitar and feet percussion, Von Strantz unites harmonies strung together by commanding and soulful lyrics. With story-sharing as their passion. Von Strantz invites their audience into the emotion of each piece. In 2015 Von Strantz won “Eddie’s Attic Songwriting Shoot-out”. The duo has traveled extensively playing thousands of shows and performing many festivals and venues including Electric Forest, Hard Rock Cafe, Schuba’s, Paper City Music Fest, Audiofeed, Starry Night ,Steel Bridge Music Fest, Mile of Music, and has shared the stage with some of their favorite artists, My Brightest Diamond, Josh Garrels, Crystal Bowersox, Over The Rhine, Howie Day & A Silent Film to name a few. Von Strantz is also Sofar Sounds Alumni.

With five music releases under their belt, Von Strantz just finished recording their brand new record “Apple Of Your Eye” at Tiny Telephone Oakland with John Vanderslice, Jacob Winik, Jason Slota, Rob Shelton and Elijah Ford and are currently touring with the release of the new record.

 Please call 920-563-9391 to reserve.

Details

Date:
May 19
Time:
8:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Cost:
$10