Nathan Kalish and the Lastcallers w/ Sean Costanza Music & Ryne Doughty Music
$10 cover at the door the day of the show
Nathan Kalish and the Lastcallers (Nashville, Tennessee)
Nathan Kalish is a touring singer-songwriter and band leader from the American Midwest, currently calling Nashville home after having spent most of the last decade on the road. His latest album 'I Want to Believe' was produced by David Beeman (notably of Pokey LaFarge’s most recent) and is an independently released country-Americana record with a tip of the hat to psychedelic, folk and rock ‘n roll. The songs vary from wistful introspect to knee-slapping social commentary while managing to keep a cohesive familiarity. You can catch NK+the Lastcallers playing songs from his past 4 studio albums coast to coast while he is also promoting his latest album.
Sean Costanza (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
Americana, roots, country, alt-country
With the release of his new album, Here In The Light, Costanza is writing for all senses. You can dance to the train beat of "Rapturous Love" or be taken from this physical body to the etherial energy of spirit with the openness and lyrical content of "Here in The Light." Where authenticity reigns supreme, lyric and emotion are true.
Ryne Doughty (Des Moines, Iowa)
Ryne Doughty is a folk-roots musician out of Southeast IA, whose music is deeply rooted in real life stories of love, loss, work, and play. His stripped down, earthy sound is directly influenced by the small, rural town where he was born and raised. The hard-working, simple living, and friendly way of life of the Midwest shines through his music that is understated yet complex and rich with beauty and realness.