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Band: Jesh Yancey & Friends
Date: Friday, Jan. 14 at 10 p.m.
Venue: Brickyard Dauphin Street, 266 Dauphin St., 251-219-6488
Tickets: Call for more info
While he might not have lived in Mobile long, singer-songwriter Jesh Yancey established his place in the local music scene. Not only did he exhibit a passion for music, but he also displayed a passion for promoting local music. While here, Yancey gathered a backing band called The High Hopes and began performing at venues along the Gulf Coast.
Eventually, life plucked him from Alabama and relocated him to Colorado, but Yancey has maintained his connections to Mobile. Now, Yancey is returning to Mobile to not only visit his friends but also perform for his local fans at the Brickyard Dauphin Street.
Yancey’s setlist will include tracks from his solo album, “Livers and Diers,” and his The High Hopes albums, “Maybe It’s the Drugs” and “Lonesome Demonstrations.” Throughout both albums, Yancey proves himself to be a student of American music. From rock to folk to blues, Yancey’s songs pull from numerous genres to create a warm blanket of sound accented by tendencies to jam. While his tracks sound great in the studio, Yancey’s music is best experienced in the live setting.
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