Band: CannaBama Sessions: After Hours
Date: Saturday, Nov. 30 at 5 p.m.
Venue: CannaBama: West Mobile, 2090 Schillinger Road S., Suite K, cannabamacbd.com
Tickets: $10 at the door
CannaBama is one of the Azalea City’s sources for all things CBD. Now, the Mobile-based label Foxxy Records will be collaborating with CannaBama for the “CannaBama Sessions: After Hours.” This variety show context will feature an eclectic mix of local talent that goes beyond music. Local comedian Compton Smith will be providing a set of homegrown comedy to the lineup. Poet/vocalist DictionKanari will bring an impressive mix of rhythm and rhymes to the CannaBama Sessions.
As far as the musical side of this event, the crowd can expect an infectious mix of indie pop and psyche rock from Mobile’s Deluna. The members of Deluna have been busy preparing for the release of their first studio effort.
The Speaking Sparrows’ acoustic goodness will resonate throughout CannaBama. This band features a triple shot of familiar local talent. Singer-songwriter Laurie Anne Armour, multi-instrumentalist Amanda Kolb (The Krickets) and bassist Gabe Willis (Paw Paw’s Medicine Cabinet) have crafted a versatile mix of “folk and bluegrass with torch jazz and a Southern rock sound.”
Neighbors Through the Wall might provide the most interesting set of the evening. This enigmatic vocalist adds a melange of pop-centric soul, hip-hop and spoken word to the lineup.
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