Ben Stalets, Ingrid Marie, Philos Moore

Ben Stalets

Ingrid Marie

Philos Moore

Thu · January 11, 2018

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

$6.00

This event is 21 and over

Ben Stalets
Ben Stalets
Americana / Folk/Alt-Country / R&B from Toledo OH

Cracking the egg that is Ben Stalets is two yolks; The first is a Country tinged, folk soaked, lyrically driven song, The second is a sweaty, rock n’ roll rooted performance. However you prefer it, you’ll end up full.
Ingrid Marie
Ingrid Marie
Singer Songwrither from Huntsville AL

Ingrid Felts is the lead singer of Summit records' Watters/Felts Project ('2010-present) and just released her solo project, Manna, with producer Rick Hirsch, of In Sync Music. Born Ingrid Marie Wever, near Rochester, NY, she was exposed to mostly classical music growing up and took cello, flute, and piano lessons at SUNY Brockport and Eastman School of Music in Rochester.
She has played organ at Westminster Cathedral and performed at Eastman's Kilbourn Hall, shared the stage with jazz great Maynard Ferguson, and performed with rock, country, and R&B bands nationwide. She has earned awards for classical voice and songwriting, as well as in her academic field of poetry.

Ingrid Marie writes alternative rock and rhythm and bluesy ballads, influenced by artists such as Brandi Carlile and Fiona Apple. You'll hear some Feist and even Tori Amos as you listen closer. Music is available on Soundcloud and Amazon.
Philos Moore
Philos Moore
Guitar Player from Birmingham AL

"His name is Philos Moore, but you could refer to him as Chris Suda. He’s a singer-songwriter, but that hasn’t always been the case. Currently in a two piece instrumental band called Probably The Tornado with his best friend Michael Pocus, Philos decided it was time to try something different. In his own words, “I was listening to a Bob Dylan song called Only A Pawn In Their Game, and something just fired off in my brain. “The emotion he threw at the microphone in that song blew my mind, and I wanted to do something like that.” In the past year, he’s done his best to write a song everyday, taking inspiration from Woody Guthrie. Some songs are topical, most are personal, and the rest can’t quite be labeled as one thing or another."
-UAB Kaleidoscope — Britty Reese, UAB Kaleidoscope
Venue Information:
The Nick
2514 10th Ave S
Birmingham, AL, 35205
http://www.thenickrocks.com/