Ben Sollee feat. Jordon Ellis

Ben Sollee feat. Jordon Ellis

Charles Latham

Wed Mar 8

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$15 advance / $17 day of

This event is all ages

Ben Sollee
Ben Sollee
Known for a 360º approach to his art,Kentucky native Ben Sollee educates as much as he entertains through his innovative style as a cellist; conveying genre-bending songwriting through electrifying performances and non-traditional album presentation. His most recent music, Steeples Pt. 2 is the second of three parts in an album release of the same name. Portioning Steeples in this way, Ben is able to break the traditional album cycle and deliver a diverse array of content to his fans. Within the past year, Ben has complemented the songs of Steeples Pt.1 and 2 with The Vanishing Point virtual reality app, film scores like Maidentrip, a technology infused production of Harold and the Purple Crayon, an interactive sculptural installation called Livestream, and much more. On October 21st he will release his first album in four years, Infowars. Through the innovative facets of his artistic portfolio he teaches his audience that the modern artist has no boundaries.
Charles Latham
Charles Latham
“Latham has come home, and Little Me Time exudes the comfort and vulnerability of a songwriter firmly on home soil.” – Corbie Hill, INDY Week [11.2.16]

"Latham's music is passionate with biting wit."--NPR


Durham-based troubadour Charles Latham's music is a lyric-heavy mixture of folk, pop, and country steeped in dark humor and social criticism, and he has been compared to artists as wide-ranging as Loudon Wainwright III and The Buzzcocks. His new LP, “Little Me Time”, was released in January 2017 and finds Latham recording outside of his home studio for the first time, enlisting an ensemble of North Carolina talent. The result is an album that stays true to Latham’s non-traditional songwriting while exploring new sonic territory, from Cosmic American psychedelia to lush, string-buoyed folk in the vein of Bryter Layter-era Nick Drake.