Parlor Records
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Parlor Records

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Established on Jan, 2014
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Canary in the Coalmine: "Canary in the Coalmine is an Americana Folk band fronted by songwriters Jessica Pounds and Sandy Wicker. A haunting quality underscores striking vocal harmonies that provide a focal point for the bands Appalachian folk and alt country influences."

Colin Lake: "
Part songwriter, part blues singer, part slide guitar phenom, Colin Lake is paving a musical road all his own. At the beginning of 2009, that road brought the Pacific Northwest native to New Orleans and it wasn't long before his powerful voice could be heard regularly at venues throughout the city."

Dana Abbott: "
Dana Abbott, raised in Essex Junction, Vermont, has always had a taste for big city blues. Moving to Chicago at 18, supplied her the grit and guts that influences her music today. New Orleans is where she began recording and quickly fell in love with its hazy, mysterious vibe and dedication to soul stirring music."

Jason Lamar: "Jason Lamar began his musical venture playing trumpet, received a full scholarship to Florida State college. He developed a passion for serious study of piano and vocal stylings while in college, and gradually shifted his focus to each. Although his passion is performing original music, he truly enjoys representing artists that have, and continue to inspire him, such as Stevie Wonder and Harry Connick, Jr."

King James & The Special Men: "Rooted in the 9th ward of New Orleans, Louisiana, and raised on whiskey, beer, and wine, King James & The Special Men deliver some of the world's finest, old-school Rhythm & Blues this side of the 1950's with a laissez-faire confidence that brims like the levees on the Mississippi River with the Spirit of the Crescent City itself."

The Motet: "
Founded and led by drummer Dave Watts, The Motet began over ten years ago and hasnt let up since. The Motet is a world-class ensemble that whips audiences into a whirlwind using sheer impromptu force. The rhythms are spontaneous and textured and the beats are hard driving. The band uses this energy to create a rapport between the audience and themselves that is rarely seen in todays world of manufactured rock."

The Nth Power: "Proving that soul music can be exponentially greater than the sum of its parts, The Nth Powers transcendent live performances will inspire you to dance, make love or just stand there with goosebumps. The formula starts with heavy-hitting drummer Nikki Glaspie (Dumpstaphunk, Beyonce)s deep pocket, explosive energy and silky vocals, compounded by bassist Nate Edgar (John Browns Body), whose quiet confidence lies in perfect contrast to the emphatic, funky low-end he creates. Next, Nigel Hall (Lettuce, Warren Haynes Band)s unmistakable vocals and innate ability to preach with a keyboard hit the groove in full force. Over the top comes Nick Cassarino (Jennifer Hartswick Band, Big Daddy Kane), oozing more soul in one finger than most guitarists could create in a lifetime, and with a voice that immediately wraps the room in sex appeal. West African djembe master Weedie Braimah (Toubab Krewe, Kreative Pandemonium) is the final X-factor, creating a rhythmic symphony that ties the whole equation together with flagrant finesse."

Whetherman: "Whetherman is the project of Nicholas Williams, whose music has often acted as a meter for his personal journey through life. Under Whetherman, Williams has Independently written, produced and released five full length studio albums since 2007. In the Spring of 2013, releasing his newest manifestation Streams and Pastures, featuring a five-member band for the first time. The end product, is an eclectic array of sound that has taken nothing away from the artfully established Singer/Songwriter presence, while adding a beautiful tapestry of elements spanning America's enriched musical history."