Coby and The Prisoners, Big Bend

Thu May 9 2019

7:30 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

The Auricle

201 Cleveland Ave NW Canton, OH 44702

$8.00

All Ages

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Big Bend: bigbendmusic.net
Big Bend’s primary songwriter is Nathan Phillips, an Ohio native. His mother sang in operas and musicals while her father, a 12-tone composer, taught music in Cincinnati, before she moved to Mansfield, where Nathan grew up playing piano. Her voice is featured on Radish, Big Bend’s second release. Throughout the album, Nathan is both vocalist and keyboardist.

Radish is a literal take on spiritual phases, or a matter-of-fact documentation of large pivots in religious leaning. A personal story, it tracks the influence of environment and circumstance on individual understanding. In eight songs, it moves from familial beginnings to loss of certainty, pain and desire, aging and remembering.

In addition to his solo keyboard and vocal work, Nathan has supported bands like Julianna Barwick, Qasim Naqvi, and, as a member of Youngstown’s The Building, The War On Drugs.

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Coby and The Prisoners w/ Big Bend

Thu May 9 2019 7:30 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

The Auricle Canton OH
Coby and The Prisoners, Big Bend

$8.00 All Ages

 

Big Bend: bigbendmusic.net
Big Bend’s primary songwriter is Nathan Phillips, an Ohio native. His mother sang in operas and musicals while her father, a 12-tone composer, taught music in Cincinnati, before she moved to Mansfield, where Nathan grew up playing piano. Her voice is featured on Radish, Big Bend’s second release. Throughout the album, Nathan is both vocalist and keyboardist.

Radish is a literal take on spiritual phases, or a matter-of-fact documentation of large pivots in religious leaning. A personal story, it tracks the influence of environment and circumstance on individual understanding. In eight songs, it moves from familial beginnings to loss of certainty, pain and desire, aging and remembering.

In addition to his solo keyboard and vocal work, Nathan has supported bands like Julianna Barwick, Qasim Naqvi, and, as a member of Youngstown’s The Building, The War On Drugs.

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