Attack of the One Man Bands: Cash O’Riley / Scotty Karate / Stovepipe Stover
Sun, May 28, 2017 @ 6:00 pm to 11:00pmView event on Facebook
Cash O’Riley: An Original Songwriter and One Man Band from Flint, Michigan, The Ownsome Outlaw plays a Homemade, Hand Built 2 Gallon Oil Can Electric Guitar,Harmonica, Drums with his Barefeet, sometimes switches to Banjo or Acoustic Guitar and plays them all LIVE…no loops or backing tracks.Raised on Rock-n-Roll, Honkytonk, Punk, Jazz, Blues and influenced by everything he’s ever heard, Cash O’Riley brings his “Stewed & Screwed Hellbilly Blues” across the highways and byways in the his 1964 Chevy Belair and gets every foot within earshot tappin’, the floor dancin’ and hands clappin’.
Justin “Stovepipe” Stover has been writing and performing songs since 2003. With five albums under his belt, he continues to provoke and entertain with his mix of rock, folk, punk, and more. From his high-energy shows that include his innovative one man band to occasional full band performances, Stovepipe continues to thrill an audience that stretches across the globe.
Music critic John Sinkevics of Local Spins has praised his songs that “deftly and insightfully delve into nostalgia, lost love and what might have been.” Critic Scott Warren of Mutant Analog said of it, “[Stover’s songs are] solid and simply, honest and intelligent, sincere and receptive in nature.” The album’s warm reception led to an increase in shows, fans, and overall attention.
Now in 2016, “Stovepipe” Stover has strapped a drumset to his back and is filled with all kinds of passion for this next chapter of his musical journey. He’s also excited to be a part of the historically rich “One Woman/Man Band” tradition.
He recently released the first album of his three part 80s concept project “Love in the Time of Satanic Panic.” Along with his music, he is the host of the Blue Collar Songwriting podcast. So whether you see him play on the streets or in a stadium, be sure to check out this one-of-a-kind singer-songwriter.