Oddly sufficient, essentially the most streamed music on Spotify by the folk-rock band Caamp isn’t its greatest radio hit.
“Vagabond,” from the group’s debut, has been streamed greater than 83 million instances on the platform, which is nearly twice as many streams as Grownup Different Airplay No. 1 songs “Peach Fuzz” or “Officer of Love.”
The Ohio-based group started as a duo for pals Taylor Meier and Evan Westfall and now contains Matt Vinson (bass) and Joseph Kavalec (keyboards).
Caamp not too long ago introduced a brand new tour, with a neighborhood date on the second cease. The group will carry out at 7 p.m. April 21 on the outside stage at Salvage Station with Jade Chicken opening the present.
The band will launch a brand new album, titled “Lavender Days,” on June 24. The primary single, “Imagine,” has already been launched.
“The previous two years have been a giant studying curve for us, particularly since Caamp is centered on journey and human interplay,” Meier mentioned in a press launch. “That each one received stripped away very all of the sudden. I misplaced my livelihood, then I misplaced a really deep love of mine. I misplaced my beloved canine. Then all of us received Covid. You begin to lose your sanity.”
All of this, although, led to Meier studying quite a bit about himself.
“I believe I grew to become extra affected person, and I do know I grew to become extra weak round my bandmates, my pals, and my household,” he mentioned within the press launch. “Getting these songs to tape was an enormous a part of that means of studying and therapeutic.”
Asheville artist to play American Vinyl Firm
Native performer Shane Justice McCord wrote an album with a number of pals in 2020 and 2021 on a 16-track reel-to-reel tape machine.
McCord, who performs as Sham, will have fun the discharge of the brand new album, “Subject Of Imaginative and prescient Expanded,” with a 7 p.m. efficiency April 16 at American Vinyl Co.
“This was a such a satisfying album to make, a method to deal with the continued state of the world and pandemic restrictions, and a method to hang around and collaborate with a bunch of pals even when we weren’t in a position to bodily be collectively,” McCord wrote on his bandcamp web page. “I’m so grateful to be surrounded bodily and metaphysically with such wonderful and galvanizing individuals and to have been in a position to make an album together with so many.”
Nation singer performs Silverado’s
Matt Stell seems to be like he can be simply as comfy enjoying middle on the basketball courtroom as performing middle stage.
The 6-foot-7 nation music singer was a university hoops participant earlier than he began to high the nation music charts.
Stell, who will carry out at 7 p.m. April 16 at Silverado’s in Black Mountain, topped Billboard’s Nation Airplay chart in 2019 with “Prayed for You” and “In all places However On.”
Stell, whose newest single is “Boyfriend Season,” has opened for nation superstars Luke Bryan and Eric Church previously. For this cease, George Birge and Ryan Perry might be particular company in the course of the present.
Nation music at Isis
Michigan will not be a rustic music hotbed, however that hasn’t stopped Rachel Brooke from leaning into the style’s heritage.
Her latest album, 2020’s “The Loneliness In Me,” mixes basic nation with 50’s-style rock and roll.
Brooke, who will carry out at 7:30 p.m. April 20 at Isis Music Corridor along with her band, has a tremendous voice to combine along with her genuine model of nation music.