Deadwin, Taylor Joiner, Kelley swindall


Taylor Joiner

Kelley swindall

Sun · October 22, 2017

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 10:00 pm

$5.00 - $6.00

This event is 21 and over

Folk 'n Roll from Folly Beach SC

Deadwin is a folk n’ roll band based out of Folly Beach, South Carolina. The band consists of Nathan Edwin on guitar and vocals & Marc Horne on drums. The band was founded in 2014 after Nate & Marc randomly played eachother in cornhole.

We just finished our first album and are in the process of getting it mixed and mastered. We recorded the album on Folly Beach and are super excited about how everything turned out.
Taylor Joiner
Taylor Joiner
Garage Folk Music / Singer Songwriter from Birmingham AL

Described as “garage folk music” Taylor Joiner’s style has drawn comparisons to Neil Young, Ryan Adams, and “Bob Dylan visiting the Big Pink basement in 1971.”

Taylor began his musical career in the early 2000’s in Athens, GA. His first record “Knee Deep” debuted at #23 on the CMJ music charts and was featured in Billboard Magazine.

In 2004 Taylor moved to Nashville TN where he worked his way from street corner to regular performer in the establishments of the famed “Lower Broadway” and ultimately recorded the critically acclaimed “Glorious Glorious” with engineer/producer Eric McConnell (Todd Snider, Jack White, Loretta Lynn).

Now residing in Birmingham AL, Taylor is currently at work on his forthcoming album “Legend” and has plans to fill his Fall calendar showcasing his live music at venues around the Southeast
Kelley swindall
Kelley swindall
Folk Blues from Stone Mountain GA

Kelley Swindall (pronounced swindle) was born and raised in Stone Mountain, Georgia, where she grew up listening to the music of Kris Kristofferson, Patsy Cline, and David Allen Coe on the way to church every Sunday morning, because that's what her daddy listened to. The rest of the week she listened to the Atlanta oldies station, Fox 97, because that's what her ride listened to. Jewel, Shawn Colvin, Meredith Brooks, and Lisa Loeb were her middle school jamz, and when she was old enough to drive herself, she added Ryan Adams, Tom Petty, Dylan, The Band, and Skynyrd to the mix.

She moved to NYC to study Theater at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 2006, acted Off-Broadway with The Amoralists Theater Company for a couple years, heard Amy Winehouse sing "Tears Dry on Their Own" , and began teaching herself guitar and writing songs not long after...

Drawing from her southern background, her style is a unique blend of soulful dark & bluesy folk coupled with a witty, gritty, old school country sensibility, inspired by the outlaw tradition, and deeply rooted in story songs and talking blues.
Venue Information:
The Nick
2514 10th Ave S
Birmingham, AL, 35205