Some tasty and rocking alt-country/Americana bands are hitting Indianapolis in the next month.
Sarah and the Tall Boys are coming to the Slippery Noodle on Feb. 10th. Fronted by songwriter Sarah Potenza Crossman on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, with help from bassist/husband Ian Crossman, lead guitarist Dan Allen, and drummer Bryan Sansom, the band hits Indianapolis supporting it’s second full length album “A Lifetime Worth of Sin”. Called “part Alt-Country, part Blues, they play great American music” according to the Chicago Daily Herald.
Nashville’s Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors (the Nashville Scene says the music “splits the difference between Petty-esque power-pop and Springsteen choruses”) will be in Indianapolis at the Vogue Theater on Thursday, February 17th on tour supporting Marc Broussard.
Indy’s own Cara Jean Wahlers and Grover David Parido are playing at Birdy’s on February 2nd and booked at Locals Only with Krista Detor on March 4th.
Shawn Mullins has a show at the Wheeler Arts Community Center in Fountain Square March 6th as part of the Indy Acoustic Cafe Series.