+ special guest Joe Nolan
  • Doors open: 19:30
  • Start: 20:30
  • Presale: 22,25 (incl. service charge)
  • At the door: 23,-
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Take the vocal harmonies of Crosby, Still & Nash and the song-writing abilities of bands like The Allman Brothers and you get the new Americana sensation Cordovas. These country heroes have already acquired cult status in their hometown of Nashville. Their most recent album "That Santa Fe Channel" (2017), like the self-titled debut, gets rave reviews. Both albums provide for goose bumps for lots of enthusiasts of Americana.

Cordovas’ harmony style of singing is amazing. Fresh and contemporary, while examples such as Crosby, Stills & Nash, The Eagles or The Band are never far away. Their albums are packed with beautiful songs and amazing vocals, which did not go unnoticed with renowned media. In 2017 they were named by American magazine Rolling Stone as one of the ten country acts that you should definitely go and see.

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Joe Nolan

The strength of his debut record, “Goodbye Cinderella” (2011), earned a nomination for Canadian Folk Music Award Emerging Artist of the Year, a record deal, and a chance to record in Nashville with some of the most respected names in the business, included Colin Linden, Marco Giovino (Robert Plant, Norah Jones) and John Whynot (Lucinda Williams, Blue Rodeo). Even in the spotlight, the lyrical contours of Joe Nolan’s confessions retain their mystery. “Tornado”, a collection of songs that befit a rising star in the songwriting world, was released in 2014. Now the Edmonton, Alberta native is back with “Cry Baby”, an album that finally opens up what Nolan has kept locked tightly for the past three years. The 10-song collection is a trip through melancholic madness, touching on darkness and depression, broken relationships and endless booze-fuelled evenings.