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Justin Townes Earle is an Americana singer/songwriter based out of Nashville, Tennessee. He is the son of noted musician Steve Earle and had an intensive musical upbringing. Getting his start playing with his father's backing band The Dukes, but simultaneously developing a serious drug addiction, Earle was fired from the band when his drug problems began interfering with his performances. After a couple overdoses, Earle finally sought rehab and began serioulsy focusing on music. His first album, 2007's Yuma, released on his own record label J-Trane, established Earle as a preeminent musician who isn't afraid to look to the past for musical influences.
Wayne Static, Powerman 5000 & American Head Charge
The InternationalNovember 23, 2014 6:00 PM
940 Blackstock Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37921
Founded in 1991, Powerman 5000 is an industrial rock band that fuses heavy metal and electronic rock elements into one abrasive sound. Since releasing its debut album, The Blood Splat Rating Systemin 1995, the band has risen to international attention, particularly for the 1999 LP, Tonight the Stars Revolt! Despite an almost consistently shifting lineup, the band has pushed forward through its decades-long existence with mastermind and front man Spider One always at the helm. Powerman 5000 released its eighth studio album, Builder of the Future, in 2014.
Ellis Paul is a singer/songwriter and musician from Aroostook County, Maine who was a notable figure in the popularization of what is known as the "Boston school of songwriting," a style of music centered around aemotivelyliterate form of folk-pop. Releasing his debut album, Am I Home, in 1989, Paul is credited for bridging the gap between the traditionalist folk ofluminarieslike Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger, and more contemporary folk acts that have risen to prominence in the 21st century.