10/20/2012 8:10 PM

JAGERMEISTER PRESENTS DAVID NAIL with special guest Drake White-SOLD OUT

Location: Joe's

Cost: $15

Web Site: http://www.davidnail.com/someonelikeyou/

TICKETS FOR THIS SHOW ARE SOLD OUT; HOWEVER, DAVID NAIL IS PLAYING A SHOW IN MILWAUKEE THE NIGHT BEFORE (OCTOBER 19TH) AT THE RAVE AND TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE. IF YOU'RE INTERESTED IN TICKETS AT THE RAVE FOR DAVID NAIL, CLICK HERE




David Nail (10pm)

With Sinatra-like levels of poise and class, the rare gifts of natural melody and soul, and a voice as enveloping as a Cumberland River fog, the Missouri native is a modern-day country gentleman. He’s Jim Reeves crossed with Elton John. Garth Brooks meets Stevie Wonder. Glen Campbell blended with Michael Bublé.  The Sound of a Million Dreams is Nail’s follow-up to 2009’s I’m About to Come Alive, which yielded the Top Ten hit “Red Light” and was also listed by Esquire Magazine as one of 50 Songs Every Man Should Be Listening To. David also received an Academy of Country Music nomination for Single Record of the Year for “Red Light.” Furthermore, Nail scored a Grammy nomination for Best Male Country Vocal Performance for “Turning Home.”
 

Much like I’m About to Come Alive, The Sound of a Million Dreams is cinematic in its scope, with lyrics and melodies awash in imagery. In the evocative “That’s How I’ll Remember You,” it’s snapshots of baseball-game dates in Brooklyn with an ex-lover. In the swirling “She Rides Away,” the titular girlfriend makes tracks in a rusty El Camino. And in the album’s yearning first single “Let It Rain,” a contrite husband seeks forgiveness for “the one night I forgot to wear that ring."


Drake White (8:45pm)

Drake White is an aspiring singer songwriter residing in Nashville, TN.  The Hokes Bluff, Alabama native has a very different country feel with a freestyle twist on many of his original songs.  He ad-libs throughout a show phrasing rhythmic lyrics as his entertaining live show unfolds.  Drake frequently involves the audience in his witty craftsmanship of verbalization as well.  The enthusiastic 27 year old credits many country, blues, rock, freestyle and bluegrass influences that forms his musical sound that is unique in its own way.  The EMI singer/songwriter is incredibly motivated in his pursuit of creating great music and wants nothing more than to do what he loves.  He is a God fearing, river rat, beach bum that loves the outdoors and expresses this love through his soulful lyrical exchanges that breeze through the listener's ears effortlessly
 

Matt Gary (8:10pm)
Growing up in Kansas City, Kan., singer-songwriter Matt Gary decided early that he wanted a career in country music, and he sang everywhere he could, joining the Kansas City Youth Choir, and was soon performing at school, church and community functions. As a teenager, he felt a strong affinity for the songs of country performers like Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney and Keith Urban, but he also kept a keen ear on various rock and pop artists like Jack Johnson and John Mayer and bands like Linkin Park and Maroon 5. After graduating from high school, Gary attended the University of Tampa, earning a pair of bachelor degrees while still finding time to drive to Nashville and work on song demos. Following his graduation from the university, Gary was finally able to move to Nashville and take a serious shot at his dream. He developed a working relationship with producer Kent Wells, singing on a series of demos while learning the ins and outs of the business. Eventually, Gary began recording material for his own project, forming his own independent label, 17 Music Entertainment, and carefully managing both the creative and business sides of his emerging career.