In order to whet your whistle for all the great music taking place on Cincinnati's Ohio Riverfront July July 11-13, Bunbury Music Festival has generously decided to share the music with Tri-State fans by hosting a "Bee Free Weekend" at the Southgate House Revival June 13-15. You can enjoy the following shows free of charge at the Southgate House Revival, courtesy of Bunbury Music Festival:
6/13 Freekbass & The Bump Assembly w/ SpearPoint
6/13 Adrian Krygowski
6/14 Kyle English
6/15 White Denim
6/15 Tim Easton
East Nashville musician Adrian Krygowski has been touring east of the Mississippi strongly since 2009, playing his brand of intense 'Soul-Folk' to sold-out rock clubs, listening rooms, house concerts, coffee shops, festivals, and everywhere in between. He's touching on 400 shows since then, and only shows signs of gaining more steam, and dedicated fanbase.
The three-piece band of Paul Niehaus on steel (Calexico, Justin Townes Earle), and Jared Manzo on bass (Chris Scruggs), powers through their new record 'Roam,' a seven-song LP, on stages in the Nashville regional circuit, while Adrian primarily plays solo, or with fiddle, in most other markets still. Recent release of 'Roam' at $2 Tuesday at The 5-Spot in East Nashville, on January 14th, brought the full-band plus The Nashville Horns and full sounds of his new CD.
He still primarily tours with upright bass and/or fiddle or banjo, with recent succes such as performing at Second Annual CBGBs Music and Arts Festival, Named Top 250 Songs of 2013 by Daytrotter, on-air features at Wisconsin NPR, Fearless Radio, WDVX, WNJR, WETS, and bill-shares with Scott McMicken (Dr. Dog), Pokey LaFarge and The South City Three, Woody Pines, Grant-Lee Phillips, The Oh Hellos, The Dirt Daubers, Joe Fletcher, Joshua Black Wilkins, Johnny Fritz/Corndawg, The Farewell Drifters, The Crane Wives, Lucy Michelle and The Velvet Lapelles, The Vespers; Adrian's music is getting closer to the people, where it belongs.