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With Special Guests


FRI, June 7TH, 7PM
21 and Over

Doors Open at 6pm

General Admission $20
Day of Show - General Admission $25


Jerry Joseph began his career in 1981 when he led the reggae/rock band Little Women, based out of Boulder, Colorado.


Jerry Joseph & The Jackmormons were formed in Salt Lake City in 1996 and Conscious Contact was released by Terminus Records in early 2002. In 2003, Jerry Joseph & The Jackmormons followed up with Mouthful of Copper, a powerful live double album recorded by Betty Cantor-Jackson (Grateful Dead).

Joseph is a prolific and accomplished songwriter, writing crowd favorites for Widespread Panic and releasing over 30 albums. He a relentless live performer, playing over 150 shows a year across the globe, and has toured with Vic Chesnutt, Chris Whitley and Walter Salas-Humara, among others.

Jerry Joseph has been inducted into the Oregon Music Hall of Fame. He plays well over 150 shows a year in the usual places. Across America. Sometimes in Europe, Mexico, and Central America. Then there’s these other places he plays—Lebanon, Israel, Kurdish Iraq, India, and Afghanistan. All over the Middle East, often in war zones and refugee camps.


Oh yeah, and he’s really f**king great. 

A triple threat—someone who works at the highest levels as a songwriter, singer, and player. Jason Isbell, who kinda personifies such, recently tweeted about triple threats and listed Jerry Joseph (along with Richard Thompson and St. Vincent) among the greatest examples of that phenomenon.


Jerry, to me is a cult figure who could, in some alternate reality, have easily been one of the biggest stars in the world. One of the greatest live performers I have ever seen and long one of my favorite songwriters. I can’t hear the chorus of San Acacia without picturing Jerry singing it in front of 100,000 screaming fans, in a soccer stadium in Brazil. In the pouring rain. With everyone singing along.


Essay by Patterson Hood

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With a smoky, velvet voice and a heavy hand on guitar, Lindsay Lawlis has curated a sound that is authentic, and haunting.  Hailing from the valleys of the Rocky Mountains, her music invokes reverie and her lyrics inspire rebellion.  Lindsay blends a bluesy noir folk with a gutsy alt-country swagger, conjuring an atmosphere all her own.


Her newest project, Lindsay Lawlis and the Running Wild, elevates her sound bringing together gritty electric guitar solos, driving bass and a beat to make your boots stomp.  This is what a rebel from Montana sounds like. 


Already an accomplished songwriter, Lindsay completed a songwriter challenge of writing 52 songs in 52 weeks. With albums worth of music to refine and record, and an Americana band to bring it all to life, anticipate a lot more to come from Lindsay Lawlis.



Entrance is on North 14th Street.
Street Parking Only. 
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