Wed Jun 19 2019

8:00 PM

Growlers

1911 Poplar Ave Memphis, TN 38104

$5.00

All Ages

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Wednesday June 19th 2019
8PM
$5 ADV/ $8 DOS
 
Medicine Man
Formed by a group of friends who met in music school, Medicine Man started as a vehicle for philanthropy but soon developed into their foremost creative project. While the six cover a diverse expanse of the music industry as individuals: orchestra, military band, freelancing, professional acapella, and even teaching, Medicine Man continues to be the place where these close friends reunite to create music for the pure joy of it. Their influences include most apparently, Americana/Folk and Jazz. The lineup first came together in 2016 when songwriter Luke Hoeft, multi-instrumentalist John Burton, and trumpeter Stephen Spink met as music students and began having jam sessions. Singer Heather Hoeft, violinist Helena Bandy, and percussionist Ian Houston rounded out the roster, and Medicine Man spent the next three years performing around central Texas and self producing various singles including "Letting Go" (2017) and "Coming Home" (2017). Medicine Man's debut album "So Much To Say" is set to release in April of 2019. The album release will be followed by a southeast celebration tour set for June 2019.

Medicine Man w/ The Skeleton Krew and Asher & The Spinners

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Medicine Man w/ The Skeleton Krew and Asher & The Spinners

Wed Jun 19 2019 8:00 PM

Growlers Memphis TN
Medicine Man w/ The Skeleton Krew and Asher & The Spinners

$5.00 All Ages

Wednesday June 19th 2019
8PM
$5 ADV/ $8 DOS
 
Medicine Man
Formed by a group of friends who met in music school, Medicine Man started as a vehicle for philanthropy but soon developed into their foremost creative project. While the six cover a diverse expanse of the music industry as individuals: orchestra, military band, freelancing, professional acapella, and even teaching, Medicine Man continues to be the place where these close friends reunite to create music for the pure joy of it. Their influences include most apparently, Americana/Folk and Jazz. The lineup first came together in 2016 when songwriter Luke Hoeft, multi-instrumentalist John Burton, and trumpeter Stephen Spink met as music students and began having jam sessions. Singer Heather Hoeft, violinist Helena Bandy, and percussionist Ian Houston rounded out the roster, and Medicine Man spent the next three years performing around central Texas and self producing various singles including "Letting Go" (2017) and "Coming Home" (2017). Medicine Man's debut album "So Much To Say" is set to release in April of 2019. The album release will be followed by a southeast celebration tour set for June 2019.
Medicine Man

Medicine Man

Alternative Rock

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All Ages
limit 10 per person
GA
$5.00

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Will Call