JOON & SIXFOXWHISKEY

+ REMEMBER JONES

Saturday March 28
8:00pm | doors at 7:00
$10 advanced | $12 day of
18+ unless accompanied by parent or legal guardian
LOCATION: Music Hall 
LAYOUT: Standing Room Only
FOOD OPTIONS: Race Street Tacos, Judd's (Reservations recommended) 

SIXFOXWHISKEY

SixFoxWhiskey is a jazzy funk-rock quintet out of Boston, MA. With a songwriter feel and jam band chops, they've refined a unique sound that is reminiscent of Steely Dan, Percy Hill, and the Dave Matthews Band. The group has been performing live all over the US, bringing dynamic arrangements, catchy melodies, and improvised jams to the stage since their inception in 2016. They have opened for bands such as Ripe and Kung Fu, and held featured slots in major festivals. SixFox released their debut full-length album, 6FW, in September 2018.

 

JOON

Mixing elements of funk, soul, and jam into a sturdy base of rock n’ roll, Connecticut’s Joon is a band with a sound that’s as smooth as it is large. Joon has built a reputation of being a vocal powerhouse, delivering high energy in every performance with a sound similar to that of Hall & Oates, Dave Matthews Band, and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

The band has been touring all over the eastern states at notable venues like MGM Springfield, Brighton Music Hall, Visulite Theater, Rockwood Music Hall, and many others since their start in 2016.

They have shared the stage with acts such as Ripe, the Hip Abduction, Zach Deputy, Aqueous and held featured slots at major festivals including High Hopes Music & Arts Festival in 2018 and Disc Jam Music Festival in 2019. Crunchy riffing, harmonized vocals, and a ton of energy filled the band’s 2017 debut album, “Back To Reality.” A live set from Joon, which often borders on downright electric, makes for a perfect cap to an eventful evening.

Joon is currently working on their second studio album set to release Spring 2020.

 

REMEMBER JONES

Remember Jones is a one-of-a-kind soul/pop singer, storyteller and bandleader with a throwback vibe and authentic energy. With high-energy show band staging and collaboratively supported by a large ensemble of musicians featuring female backing vocalists, a horn section, and electrifying rhythm section, the band has played to countless packed and sold-out ballrooms, clubs and theaters throughout the country.

Remember Jones has shared stages with George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Ronnie Spector & The Ronettes, Darlene Love, Buster Poindexter, Nigel Hall, The Hip Abduction, Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk, Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes, Rebirth Brass Band, and more. He has been a member of the acclaimed Everyone Orchestra alongside Robert Randolph and members of Ween, moe., Turkuaz, The Revivalists, and more. In the vein of putting their spin on others’ material, Remember Jones released Ain’t That a Kick in the Head?!, a single in celebration of Dean Martin’s 100th birthday, sharing studio time with Dean’s daughter, Deana Martin.

Remember Jones’ debut album, Ladies and Gentlemen, Remember Jones!, was created after raising close to $19,000 through nearly 300 small donations via IndieGoGo, and created in front of a live studio audience with a 25-piece band. Their subsequent release, Tranquilizer!, was recorded at the Bomb Shelter in Nashville, TN, under the production of Andrija Tokic (Alabama Shakes, Hurray For the Riff Raff, Langhorne Slim). Remember Jones was named one of Paste Magazine and Daytrotter’s Top 10 R&B/Soul Artists of 2017.

In addition to touring and supporting two albums worth of original material, Remember Jones presents and fronts multiple productions which have also gained wide popularity. back to BACK TO BLACK, a recreation of the entire Amy Winehouse album with an orchestra of 12, YAS QUEEN!, a theatrical concept dedicated to Freddie Mercury and the music of Queen, and a revival of Joe Cocker's Mad Dogs and Englishmen with a 20-piece band have helped Remember Jones develop a diverse audience as the band opens each performance with a set of original music. The company has performed Jeff Buckley's Grace album in its entirety as a collaboration with Grammy-nominated guitarist and Grace co-writer Gary Lucas, a 50th Anniversary concert experience of the musical HAIR, and a live revival of Kanye West’s 808s and Heartbreak with a 25-piece orchestra.

Whether you see him fronting a piano, a four-piece band, or with a soul orchestra of 25, Remember Jones evokes the energy of the great front men and women, with one of a kind song styling and expert storytelling that keep audiences on their toes and emotions in the moment.