You may know Riley Downing from his work with acclaimed New Orleans combo the Deslondes, or perhaps from his similarly rootsy and wide-ranging catalog of songs with the Tumbleweeds – indeed, the Missouri-based singer-songwriter’s ability to set gripping, evocative narratives within soundscapes that weave together country, blues, folk, r&b, bluegrass, rock, soul and whatever else catches his ear is something that, once you hear it, is hard to shake free from. Same goes for that voice – deep, dusty and drawling, it’s an instrument that can stop you in your tracks with its character and expressiveness, as well as through Downing’s knack for laying out complex emotions in plainspoken, direct language.
Written on-and-off over the course of several years, Doores’ captivating self-titled debut is classic and contemporary all at once, blending traditional southern roots with adventurous sonic landscapes as it reckons with heartache and loss, love and gratitude, fresh starts and, ultimately, a whole lotta change. Doores’ timeless ear for songcraft and easygoing delivery combine here to yield a sound that feels instantly familiar, full of comfort and warmth even as it breaks bold new ground. The performances are infectious in their ease, simple on the surface but built on foundations of deep emotional and harmonic complexity that belie their amiable exteriors. It’s a dynamic that Doores is quick to credit to producer Anders ‘Ormen’ Christopherson, whose chance email sparked the entire project.
The Pink Stones
"Athens, Georgia, band the Pink Stones mine their town’s grand tradition of Southern jangle along with the swirl of cosmic country on 'Blueberry Dream,' from their upcoming debut Introducing… the Pink Stones. But rather than merely imitating those styles, the group injects them with something fresh and youthful, giving 'Blueberry Dream' a breezy, slacker-rock feel that hits like a ray of candy-coated sunshine." - Rolling Stone Country
600 North Broad Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70119, United States
1) The showtime listed on the event is the time the show starts. Doors will open one hour before.
2) We have plenty of chairs and picnic tables but seating is first come first serve. If you want to guarantee a seat for a big event please plan to arrive early. We have ample and comfortable standing areas with plenty of room for social distancing.
3) You must follow our COVID guidelines or you will be asked to leave and no refund will be given.
4) You must wear a mask when moving around the venue. It is still the New Orleans mandate. If you are “drinking” – sip your drink, then put your mask back on.
5) If we cancel a show due to rain, we will always refund your ticket. In the event a show is moved to another date due to weather, we will automatically move your ticket to the new date. If the new date doesn't work for you, we will happily refund you.
In a nutshell, if there's a show you want to see, buy the ticket and worry about the elements later(always dress accordingly though!).
6) Children 12 years of age and up need to have a ticket.
7) We have a full bar. No outside food or drinks are allowed.