Jeremy Pinnell / Nathan Kalish
Sun, Oct 2, 2016 @ 7:00 pm to 9:00pm
Jeremy Pinnell, Kentucky’s son from across the river, is a soft-spoken man, born to an area that is equal parts Southern hospitality, Northern attitude and Midwestern charm. Raised from humble beginnings of singing in church and learning the guitar from his father, his craft quickly made heads turn and rooms fall silent. But with his departure from home at 18 to venture into the unknown with only his music, this young man soon found himself surrounded by the demons of the world he used to try and sing away.
The stories told are true, not embellished folklore. (”With an almost uncomfortable accuracy — the kind of dark, ominous emotions most people try to bury” – Citybeat Cincinnati). Jeremy will not speak of them – only sing. While he has returned to his humble beginnings and is living an honest life, his experiences must be heard to be believed. They are real, and most importantly, never forgotten.
Nathan Kalish: We play countryish music. We play all night. Unless you want us to stop. Some songs are written by Nathan and some of them by Eric. We also play songs by many other classic country artists. We are on a two year quest to Live more Free everyday through the power of song and dance. We will probably see you somewhere cause we are going to be everywhere.
Nathan Kalish and The Lastcallers combine rockabilly and honky-tonk with Nathan’s Tompall Glaser and John Prine-like crooning to create a unique and fresh sound in the national roots scene. These guys spend a lot of time on the road and it shows in their performance. Nathan Kalish and The Lastcallers keep a busy schedule on the road all year long that takes them to Europe and around the entire US.