The Long Ryders

Pearl Street Warehouse Presents

The Long Ryders

Joe Nolan

Fri · September 20, 2019

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

$20.00

This event is 21 and over

This show is G.A.

Seating is limited and first come first serve

Tables are meant to be shared

The Long Ryders
The Long Ryders
The Long Ryders were formed in 1982 by young American musicians influenced by Gram Parsons, C&W, Sir Doug Sahm, and the energetic punk scene found in their hometown of Los Angeles. The Long Ryders were a near-perfect anecdote to formula stadium rock and wimpy synth-pop. The band featured Sid Griffin on guitar, autoharp, and harmonica, Stephen McCarthy on guitar, steel guitar, mandolin, and banjo, Tom Stevens, bass, and Greg Sowders, playing drums and percussion. With a sound reminiscent of the Buffalo Springfield and The Flying Burrito Brothers, but with a harder edge, they anticipated the alternative country music of the 1990s by a decade.
Joe Nolan
Joe Nolan
Joe Nolan makes a remarkably dynamic return in his forthcoming release, Cry Baby. A truly prolific songwriter, Joe has taken the time needed to assemble eleven songs that make perfect sense together. The album's concept takes you on a trip of melancholic madness. Through darkness and depression, booze-filled evenings and fractured relationships, Joe is unabashed in sharing his deepest secrets and honest outlooks. There is a charm in his chaos, a youthful maturity, a broken journey but a hopeful return.

'Cry Baby is the album I've always wanted to make, to showcase my true colours. It's a rock n roll album that swells to a whispering hush. This is a pivotal album for me; my confessional. I am so looking forward to getting back in the ring and on the road. There's excitement in opportunity and a fresh start. Joe Nolan makes a remarkably dynamic return in his forthcoming release, Cry Baby.

A truly prolific songwriter, Joe has taken the time needed to assemble eleven songs that make perfect sense together. The album's concept takes you on a trip of melancholic madness. Through darkness and depression, booze-filled evenings and fractured relationships, Joe is unabashed in sharing his deepest secrets and honest outlooks. There is a charm in his chaos, a youthful maturity, a broken journey but a hopeful return.
Venue Information:
Pearl Street Warehouse
33 Pearl St SW
Washington, DC, 20024
http://www.pearlstreetwarehouse.com/