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John Baumann with Special Guest Zach Nytomt
May 4 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm CDT$20
Tickets: $20 (Call 251-367-4599 to reserve)
Hailed as a “Texas Troubadour on the Rise,” John Baumann released his fourth studio album PROVING GROUNDS to an eager fanbase in June 2017. The project includes the buzz-worthy track “Old Stone Church” in which Baumann digs deep into his experience of losing his father to cancer, rightfully earning its spot onto Saving Country Music’s “Best Songs of 2017″ list. Lonestar Magazine raves, “Too soon for accolades? Nah. More like right on time. And so long as he keeps gunning for the horizon… there oughta be a lot more of ’em coming down the line.”
To learn more about John Baumann, visit: https://www.johnbaumannmusic.com
With a voice that seems so familiar – but you’re certain you’ve never heard before – the unobtrusive tones that characterize a “sure-to-be soon favorite” in your music library are delivered through the melodic tunes of up & coming singer-songwriter, Zach Nytomt.
After effortlessly traveling the airwaves, and the country, with his successful debut album, Love Street Blues, Nytomt has firmly established himself as a key artist in the swiftly advancing Americana Movement.
Hailing from the small North Texas town of Argyle, Nytomt’s unique voice & soulful sound has reached far beyond the borders of genre & geography. In an act to shepherd his innate calling, he moved to the Hill Country of Austin where he humbly began applying different sounds & techniques from numerous influences. Some find trouble pinpointing Nytomt’s sound, which is not a bad thing, because when someone begins combining elite musicians such as Ryan Adams, Ray LaMontagne, Ryan Bingham, and Amos Lee to describe your style, chances are… you’re doing something right!
Having already broken the boundaries of country & culture, it is safe to assume that Nytomt has big plans for the future, with the anticipated release of his 3-volume EP titled NY to MT –New York to Montana. Could this be a clever play on words alluding to the artist’s surname, Nytomt, or an even more clever way of hinting at his plans and ambitions to, yet again, take the country by storm?
To learn more about Zach Nytomt, visit: http://www.zachnytomt.com/