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Jay Goldberg Events & Kenny's Westside Pub present...

Justin Wells

with Adam Lee and Nick Sizemore & the Saddle Tramps

November 2

10:00 pm

$8 ADV / $10 DOS

9pm Doors // 10pm Show // 21+

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Justin Wells

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About Justin Wells: With stunning insight and honesty, Wells speaks upon the disillusion of dreams, the realization of new ones, the reality of the pitfalls of the rock and roll fantasy, and does so with cutting clarity and poetic facility.”
– Saving Country Music

“The songs Wells sang, pulled mostly from his debut solo album Dawn in the Distance, were deceptive. They may have been lighter in tone, but they crackled with a massive spirit, one that wore the trials and triumphs of band life like bloodied badges of honor.”

“If [Dawn in the Distance] is not an autobiographical journal, Wells is a damn good actor, because you believe every word. There’s so much real passion and projected emotion, you’d be a cold soul to come away from listening to this without being affected.”
– Farce the Music

Adam Lee

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Adam Lee’s first solo release, ‘Sincerely, Me’, turned traditionalism on its head. In support of the album he completed a second European tour and played shows with Dave Alvin, Lucero, and Frank Turner. He also dug deeper into his own roots: from Springsteen and Petty to the indie and punk rock records he grew up on.

Adam previously fronted the scrappy alt-country outfit Adam Lee & the Dead Horse Sound Company. Their time was spent in the remaining American honky tonks, time which eventually paid off: he was nominated for Dale Watson’s Ameripolitan Awards and had his songs land in the Kevin Smith films Red State and Tusk. Following these successes, Adam accepted an offer for a leading role in the Tony Award-winning musical Million Dollar Quartet, under the musical direction of Chuck Mead.

Adam Lee’s life is movement. As a military kid, Adam called many different places home. His music does the same. ‘Sincerely, Me’ reflects all of this. Roots-rock songwriter Justin Wells sums it up: “Somebody’s gonna file this album under Americana, but that’s because Adam Lee isn’t a genre…the record nods at several American musics without knowing the meaning of derivative.”

Adam is currently recording the follow-up to his solo debut with producer Duane Lundy (Ringo Starr, Horse Feathers, Joe Pug).

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