The Living Room Concert Series,
part concert, part live interview,
the night will be hosted by
Steel Wheels Frontman, Trent Wagler
Caleb Stine is a singer, guitarist, songwriter, and visual artist. His songs seek to uncover the mysteries of our shared humanity that live just below the surface of everyday experiences. His music has drawn comparisons to Townes Van Zandt and Willie Nelson, but Caleb’s songs are uniquely his own. Flying just below the mainstream radar, Stine has self-released a dozen albums, opened shows for artists like Jason Isbell, Bombino, and Sam Bush, acted Off-Broadway, and drawn story-boards for John Waters, while dynamically keeping the live shows rolling for fifteen years, ‘Stine’s upfront personality seeking to make a personal connection with everyone in the venue’ (Americana UK) Catch a Caleb Stine performance and you’ll leave inspired.
Joseph Terrell has spent 10 years singing, writing songs, and playing guitar with Americana quartet Mipso. His debut solo album “Good For Nothing Howl” features talking roses, screaming oak trees, and the fortune-telling powers of persimmons. In nine songs as intimate as they are intense, Terrell’s fingerstyle guitar and relaxed vocals join contemporary string arrangements by producer Chris Boerner (Hiss Golden Messenger) and a pulsing rhythm section of Matt McCaughan (Bon Iver) and Cameron Ralston (Bonny Light Horseman). The result is a kaleidoscope of folk tradition and sonic playfulness with images of Terrell’s native North Carolina woods sparkling in the foreground, calling you to pay attention.