Category:

Concert

Date:

Thu, September 08, 2022

Time:

8:00 PM

Price:

$25-$45

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JBM Promotions and Memorial Hall present The Paul Thorn Band with Angela Perley

Buying tickets online is changing…

We are changing ticketing systems at Memorial Hall starting July 1, and as a result you will see some changes in how you buy your tickets online. The new system is called Spektrix. You might be familiar with it from local venues like Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati and Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra.

7/28 Update
Our credit card processor completed their work and you can now process your credit card as usual.

 


Thorn has created an innovative and impressive career, pleasing crowds with his muscular brand of roots music – bluesy, rocking and thoroughly Southern American, yet also speaking universal truths. Among those who value originality, inspiration, eccentricity and character – as well as talent that hovers somewhere on the outskirts of genius, the story of Paul Thorn is already familiar. Born in Tupelo, Mississippi, raised among the same spirits (and some of the actual people) who nurtured the young Elvis generations before, Paul Thorn has rambled down back roads and jumped out of airplanes, worked for years in a furniture factory, battled four-time world champion boxer Roberto Duran on national television, performed on stages with Bonnie Raitt, Mark Knopfler, Sting, and John Prine among many others, and made some of the most emotionally restless yet fully accessible music of our time. He’s also appeared on major television shows, received numerous National Public Radio features and charted multiple times on the Billboard Top 100 and Americana Radio Charts. Paul’s new release, “Never Too Late To Call,” is seven years in the making and features all original material. The CD was recorded at Sam Phillips Studio in Memphis and produced and engineered by Grammy winning wunderkind Matt Ross-Spang.


Angela Perley has spent the past decade onstage and on the road, creating her own cosmic swirl of alt-country, psychedelic rock, and amplified Americana along the way.

It’s a sound that’s earned the Ohio native a following both at home and abroad, from sold-out crowds in her native Columbus — where songs like “Electric Flame” have become staples of the FM radio — to audiences in Europe, where Perley’s debut album, Hey Kid, peaked at Number 6 on the EuroAmericana chart.

Originally launching her career as the frontwoman of Angela Perley and the Howlin’ Moons, Perley has since gone solo, funneling the sonic stomp that ran throughout 2014’s Hey Kid and 2016’s Homemade Vision into the personal, poignant punch of solo records like 2019’s 4:30. She continues the momentum with her newest single, “Here For You.” Written and produced by Perley, the single serves as a love song to oneself — a personal, guitar-driven pep talk, delivering during a time of unprecedented challenges.

Perley was still in the early stages of touring behind 4:30 when the Covid-19 pandemic brought her steady schedule of shows to a halt. For years, she’d been getting used to rolling with the punches — booking her own shows, growing her own business, and graduating from barroom gigs in the midwest to hard-won opening slots for the likes of Lucinda Williams and Tyler Childers. Her newly minted single, “Here For You,” (out 9/30/21) was written as a timely pick-me-up; call it a battlecry from a self-made star who’s never been shy about taking the road less traveled.

Like the rest of Perley’s catalog, “Here For You” blurs the lines between genre and geography. A highway anthem for daytime driving, it blends southern slide guitar with midwestern grit, glued together by the singing and sharp insights of an International Songwriting Award-winning frontwoman. “Here For You” is a classic song for the modern moment — a contemporary version of the timeless sound that’s been blasting forth from car dashboards and hi-fi stereos since the early 1970s, an era that Perley, with her platform shoes and breezy folk-rock, easily evokes.

“Here For You” also marks the first taste of a new album that Perley has been creating at home and at Earthwork Recording Studio, the same Ohio destination where 4:30 was tracked. Mastered by Grammy-winning engineer Dave Collins and featuring guitar contributions from longtime collaborator Chris Connor, the track shines new light on a musician who has spent years, according to No Depression, “laying down an interesting mix of folk, Americana, and ’60s-tinged psychedelic rock that floats seamlessly between Bob Dylan and Procol Harum, sometimes within the same song.”

For Angela Perley, it’s always been about the songs — and with “Here For You,” the song lives on.

JBM Promotions and Memorial Hall present The Paul Thorn Band with Angela Perley

Buying tickets online is changing…

We are changing ticketing systems at Memorial Hall starting July 1, and as a result you will see some changes in how you buy your tickets online. The new system is called Spektrix. You might be familiar with it from local venues like Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati and Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra.

7/28 Update
Our credit card processor completed their work and you can now process your credit card as usual.

 


Thorn has created an innovative and impressive career, pleasing crowds with his muscular brand of roots music – bluesy, rocking and thoroughly Southern American, yet also speaking universal truths. Among those who value originality, inspiration, eccentricity and character – as well as talent that hovers somewhere on the outskirts of genius, the story of Paul Thorn is already familiar. Born in Tupelo, Mississippi, raised among the same spirits (and some of the actual people) who nurtured the young Elvis generations before, Paul Thorn has rambled down back roads and jumped out of airplanes, worked for years in a furniture factory, battled four-time world champion boxer Roberto Duran on national television, performed on stages with Bonnie Raitt, Mark Knopfler, Sting, and John Prine among many others, and made some of the most emotionally restless yet fully accessible music of our time. He’s also appeared on major television shows, received numerous National Public Radio features and charted multiple times on the Billboard Top 100 and Americana Radio Charts. Paul’s new release, “Never Too Late To Call,” is seven years in the making and features all original material. The CD was recorded at Sam Phillips Studio in Memphis and produced and engineered by Grammy winning wunderkind Matt Ross-Spang.


Angela Perley has spent the past decade onstage and on the road, creating her own cosmic swirl of alt-country, psychedelic rock, and amplified Americana along the way.

It’s a sound that’s earned the Ohio native a following both at home and abroad, from sold-out crowds in her native Columbus — where songs like “Electric Flame” have become staples of the FM radio — to audiences in Europe, where Perley’s debut album, Hey Kid, peaked at Number 6 on the EuroAmericana chart.

Originally launching her career as the frontwoman of Angela Perley and the Howlin’ Moons, Perley has since gone solo, funneling the sonic stomp that ran throughout 2014’s Hey Kid and 2016’s Homemade Vision into the personal, poignant punch of solo records like 2019’s 4:30. She continues the momentum with her newest single, “Here For You.” Written and produced by Perley, the single serves as a love song to oneself — a personal, guitar-driven pep talk, delivering during a time of unprecedented challenges.

Perley was still in the early stages of touring behind 4:30 when the Covid-19 pandemic brought her steady schedule of shows to a halt. For years, she’d been getting used to rolling with the punches — booking her own shows, growing her own business, and graduating from barroom gigs in the midwest to hard-won opening slots for the likes of Lucinda Williams and Tyler Childers. Her newly minted single, “Here For You,” (out 9/30/21) was written as a timely pick-me-up; call it a battlecry from a self-made star who’s never been shy about taking the road less traveled.

Like the rest of Perley’s catalog, “Here For You” blurs the lines between genre and geography. A highway anthem for daytime driving, it blends southern slide guitar with midwestern grit, glued together by the singing and sharp insights of an International Songwriting Award-winning frontwoman. “Here For You” is a classic song for the modern moment — a contemporary version of the timeless sound that’s been blasting forth from car dashboards and hi-fi stereos since the early 1970s, an era that Perley, with her platform shoes and breezy folk-rock, easily evokes.

“Here For You” also marks the first taste of a new album that Perley has been creating at home and at Earthwork Recording Studio, the same Ohio destination where 4:30 was tracked. Mastered by Grammy-winning engineer Dave Collins and featuring guitar contributions from longtime collaborator Chris Connor, the track shines new light on a musician who has spent years, according to No Depression, “laying down an interesting mix of folk, Americana, and ’60s-tinged psychedelic rock that floats seamlessly between Bob Dylan and Procol Harum, sometimes within the same song.”

For Angela Perley, it’s always been about the songs — and with “Here For You,” the song lives on.

Category:

Concert

Date:

Thu, September 08, 2022

Time:

8:00 PM

Price:

$25-$45

Purchase Tickets View Seating Chart Back to all shows