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Brother Elsey

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$5.00
Date
Thursday
November 14, 2019
Time
Doors 6:00pm
Showtime 9:00pm
Location
The Blue Light Dallas (map)
2811 Main St.
Dallas TX 75226

Brother Elsey live Thursday 11/14!

21 and Up
*Tickets $5 in Advance | $7 at Door*
Doors: 6pm for Happy Hour! 6-8pm
Show: 9pm

**All tickets are General Admission (standing room)**
For VIP & Table Reservations Info:
https://www.thebluelightdallas.com/tablersvp/

Bonded by the ties of blood and bone, Brother Elsey unearths its heartfelt sound from the depths of the human spirit.  With brutal honesty, the trio delves into the nuances of the human experience by way of dusty southern rock and endearing Americana, exploring the tension that tears us apart while gripping tightly to the ropes that tie us together.

With humble roots in Detroit, Brother Elsey has just as well found its home on the endless American interstate, packing their weathered songs in equally as weathered suitcases and sharing them with anyone willing to listen.

The band’s latest release, “Matador,” drifts from delicately haunting and heart-wrenching to anthemic and inspired. Slowly, carefully, and unapologetically, the album prods open wounds, pulling every ounce of feeling from a phrase before stitching it back up.

Their songs take hold slowly, like a sunrise reaching over the tips of autumn-bound trees or smoke twisting from a smoldering fire into the night sky. Brother Elsey has a way of encapsulating everyday moments within melodies like snapshots from an old polaroid.

From an impressionable age, brothers Jack, Brady, and Beau Stablein found themselves enchanted by music and its ability to share a message or convey meaning. Taking cues from their rambling grandfather and his affinity for classic country songs, the siblings began writing music together in 2010, weaving tales that mirrored their musical inspirations.

Brother Elsey has supported notable acts like Lord Huron, Green River Ordinance, The Paper Kites, The Glorious Sons and J Roddy Walston and the Business. They’ve performed at such venues as Saint Andrews Hall, The Magic Stick, The Shelter, and Gruene Hall. The band has been written about in The Detroit Free Press and its song “Wildfire” was featured on MTV’s Teen Mom OG. In 2018, Brother Elsey plans to tour extensively and finish recording their debut full-length record.

https://www.brotherelsey.com

21 & up