Mobile’s favorite neighborhood bar will be maximizing its listening room environment with a triple-shot of up-and-coming singer-songwriters Jan. 13. The show will feature two familiar faces and one newcomer Callaghan’s regulars are sure to love.
Last year, John Moreland made a stop in the Azalea City with a very powerful first impression. Moreland combines pure emotion with honest lyrics in his delivery, quite a contrast from his punk and metalcore roots. His latest release, “In the Throes,” is a mélange of modern Americana. With its acoustic foundation and Moreland’s trademark vocals, “In the Throes” manages to capture the essence of his sound.
Last time Caleb Caudle rolled through Callaghan’s, he was opening for Justin Townes Earle. Caudle’s shows are emotionally versatile. His lighthearted stage banter is sandwiched between acoustic masterpieces that have made him a local favorite. Caudle will be entertaining the Callaghan’s audience with cuts from his latest release “Paint Another Layer On My Heart,” which was released on the This Is American Music label.
Aaron Lee Tasjan will complete the lineup. Tasjan has worked with bands ranging from New York Dolls to Drivin’ N Cryin’. As a solo artist, Tasjan has crafted a rock-infused folk sound that earns him new fans with each performance. Tasjan will be presenting tracks from his latest EP, “Crooked River Burning.”
John Moreland, Caleb Caudle, Aaron Lee Tasjan
Date: Tuesday, Jan. 13, 7:30 p.m.
Venue: Callaghan’s Irish Social Club, 916 Charleston St., www.callaghansirishsocialclub.com
Tickets: $25 at Callaghan’s