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1 Friday / July 1, 2016

Merrie Sloan and Chainsaw Mondays

08:00 pm to 11:00 pm
The Player's Pub

Merrie Sloan and Chainsaw Mondays

Merrie April Sloan is a singer who likes to write songs that make her feel when she sings them. Chainsaw Mondays was brought together to fulfill an itch in the back of Tim Baker’s head. Raised on jazz music in his hometown of Plainfield, later immersing himself in the acoustic folk scene of Bloomington, he wanted to combine these styles with the classic electric power trio to create something able to scratch this new creative itch. Starting out as an electric trio with the motto “Loud, Slow and Mean”, Tim worked on combining his earnest lyrics and heavy electric resonator fingerpicking with Michael Pruitt’s authoritative bass and Scott Currie’s articulate drums. This crafted the rhythm section into the rock solid foundation that the band needed. Now that the power trio had the classic folk styles, they needed horns to bring the jazz. Ben Fowlers’ bari sax is a primal vibration, winding around the bass guitar to create a warm low end for the conversational rhythm of Aaron Comforty’s trumpet, travelling in complementary and surprising melody lines. When all together on stage, this five piece brings together jazz, folk and garage rock into a unique dialogue, giving any audience a truly entertaining soundscape no matter if they came to sit back and listen, or to dance all night. http://chainsawmondays.com

Friday, July 01 , 8:00 PM

Price: $5

Cost: $5

For more information contact:

Joe Estivill
(812) 334-2080
[email protected]

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