Doors at 7. Show at 8. Seating is first come first served. Ages 18+.
$10 increase at the door.
"Kirk Whalen is a self proclaimed “Grandpa-Music generator”, but he's not content simply recreating the sounds of a by-gone era. Growing up in south Georgia to musical grandparents, twangy country and Appalachian folk became part of his DNA at an early age, but he also fell in love with the sounds of 70’s punk, garage rock, and synthpop. “It’s all part of the stew” as Kirk would put it. Whether he’s fingerpicking guitar through a honky-tonk inspired original, playing an appalachian ballad on banjo, or covering a David Bowie song, it all sounds old….and new simultaneously”
Charlie Shuck was born and raised in Jacksonville, FL. He not only writes and performs in Jacksonville, he has been a staple in the music community for many years. His music is deeply emotional though witty, dry, and humorous. His storytelling and darkly creative lyricism will draw you in with curiosity, while his brutal honesty creeps between nihilism and ironically, hope. While influenced by Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, and Nirvana, his music is uniquely his own, and he has surely brought something entirely new and beautifully weird to the table.
Ryan Walker is the primary singer, guitarist & songwriter in The Beanstalk Library and a veteran of the Washington, DC-area music community, having recorded and performed with artists including Justin Jones, Drew Gibson and Sara Curtin, as well as with Andy Zipf in the band The Cowards Choir. He co-hosts the soon-to-be-launched podcast Speaking of Music.
Andy Zipf is a singer songwriter, director of music, artist in residence and producer living in Jacksonville, FL. His grass roots network of listeners has been built upon years of touring the U.S., predominantly focused on the east coast. Zipf’s music has been featured on ABC, MTV, VHI and other TV/film outlets. He has been reviewed in PASTE, American Songwriter, The Washington Post, Popdose, Atwood Magazine, among other publications. Since 2003, Zipf has released nine albums and scored two documentaries. He will release his tenth record, “How to Make A Paper Airplane”, March 11, 2022 on all digital platforms. Produced by Matt Williams, it features Jay Bellerose (Robert Plant, Alison Krauss), Jennifer Condos (Ray LaMontagne, Joe Henry), Dennis Crouch (Emmylou Harris, John Fogerty) and Tyler Chester (Madison Cunningham, Andrew Bird).