Eddie 9V w/ Jon Tyler Wiley
Sat Jan 27 8:00 pm
$16.00 - $30.00 Buy Tickets

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Doors  7:00pm

Showtime  8:00pm


Eddie 9V (9-volt) has made a name for himself in the blues scene in the south, wowing all types of audiences with his searing Freddie King-style approach to guitar and his original retro/soul songs.

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Sideman turned songwriter Jon Tyler Wiley spent most of 2018 and 2019 recording his debut record, "The Longing," performing all instruments himself. When the record was delayed by the 2020 pandemic and lockdown, his band, he instead began recording and releasing music with his band. After a year of recording and releasing singles, look for Jon Tyler Wiley & His Virginia Choir performing in a town near you. Wiley's solo release, "The Longing" was finally released to critical acclaim in February of 2022.

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This show is 21+ only. 


No oversize bags or backpacks will be allowed into the venue. All bags/purses are subject to search. This show is G.A. Seating will be first come first serve. The Mezzanine is accessed by a staircase. For ADA seating requirements please contact the venue directly before purchasing tickets.


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As far back as he can remember, Capricorn Studios was calling Eddie 9V. As a kid scanning the sleeves of his favorite vinyl records, this fabled facility in Macon, Georgia, was always the secret ingredient, adding a little grit and honey to every song born on its floor. Capricorn and the bands who blew through it urged the Atlanta guitarist to ditch school at 15, play his fingers bloody throughout the south, and turn apathy into acclaim for early albums Left My Soul in Memphis (2019) and Little Black Flies (2021).

Eddie spent his first quarter-century admiring Capricorn from afar. But in December 2021, the 26-year-old finally put his thumbprint on the studio's mythology, corralling an eleven-strong group of the American South's best roots musicians to track his third album. "There was overwhelming excitement at being in such a legendary studio," he says. "But we hugged and got right to work. Everyone was joyous, loving, and flat-out playing their asses off."

You don't come to Capricorn Studios for polish. Frozen in time since its opening day in 1969, the mojo from sessions by giants like the Allman Brothers and Otis Redding still hangs in the air, while the recording philosophy remains gloriously raw. That suited Eddie, whose output has been celebrated for its warts-and-all snapshot of what went down. "In a world where everyone is trying to sound the best, I'm trying to sound like me," he reasons. "I always want the listener to feel like they're in the room with us."

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