White Violet // Belle Adair - September 4th

Stay Lost is the second album from White Violet and the first one the band has recorded outside it’s home base of Athens, Georgia. The eleven songs were tracked in Kernersville, NC, with Scott Solter, a master engineer known for his work with the likes of Centro-Matic, Spoon, and Superchunk. 

Over the course of a few weeks, Vaughan Lamb (bass/vocals), Brad Morgan (Guitar), Lemuel Hayes (drums), and Nate Nelson (guitars/vocals) fully immersed themselves in the production of this record. There were no significant others to go home to after the session ended. No buddies to meet up with at the bar.  No shitty jobs to worry about in the morning. Only a studio and plenty of time to find the right sounds.  And it shows. Stay Lost is a huge step forward. The album soars aloft ethereal guitars, airtight melodies, and eccentric and galvanizing rhythms. 

Doors open @ 8:30 pm / Show starts @ 9:00 pm

$5 Adv // $7 Door

The Everymen - July 14th

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The Everymen are a real good time waiting to happen! Their latest album, “Givin’ Up On Free Jazz,” is full of energy and a heavy dose of Jersey Shore rock. On July 14th, The Everyman will bring their Tuckerton, NJ sound all the way to Florence, AL for a night of hard hitting fun. 

Listen to them on Spotify at http://spoti.fi/1p9rhv8

Doors open @7:00pm / Show starts @ 8:00 pm.
Adv $5 / Door $7

New Madrid / Cold Cold Sweats - July 10th

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New Madrid will be making a stop through Florence once again on July 10th with support from the Shoals’ very own Cold Cold Sweats.

$5 Advance | $7 Door

Advanced tickets are available at Pegasus Records, Billy Reid, Rivertown Coffee Co., and brownpapertickets.com

Doors open at 8 pm, Show begins at 9 pm.

Dylan LeBlanc - June 28th

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Muscle Shoals native Dylan LeBlanc is bringing his talents back home to 116 Mobile on June 28th!

He is the dark horse of the vibrant and close-knit musical community of the Shoals. Dylan’s songs are fraught with recollections of love, loss and regret. He will admit to being an emotional wreck when he wrote the songs, but these emotions helped create some of the most heartfelt music around.

Since his debut album Paupers Field, Dylan has grown. He’s experienced a lot of life already, and while he’s still trying to figure it all out, he’s ready to share the melancholy emotions he loves so much. 

$5 Adv. /  $7 Door
Doors open @ 8:00 pm. / Show starts @ 9:00 pm.
Tickets available at http://leblanc.bpt.me/