Nashville Country artist Pat Reedy & Friends
Shake off the post New Year blues with a triple bill of country / Americana songwriters..
All the way from Nashville Tennessee..
Pat Reedy makes honest honky-tonk music for the modern world, mixing twang, blue-collar songwriting, working-class pride, and an unconventional backstory into albums like 2018’s That’s All There Is.
That’s All There Is was written during breaks in Reedy’s construction job, with lyrics scribbled down on scraps of paper and discarded pieces of wood. Maybe that’s why these songs — with their warm, rough-around-the-edges charm — sound different than the contemporary country-pop hits recorded in Reedy’s adopted hometown of Nashville. In a city full of Hollywood cowboys and wannabe outlaws, Reedy is the real deal, more influenced by the artists whose filled the airwaves during his childhood years — including Dwight Yoakam, Mark Chesnutt, and George Jones — than anything in today’s mainstream.
Support from Paul Armer Music
With a voice and perspective that seems beyond his 24 years, and a collection of honest, heart felt songs that mirror and connect with an audience, Paul Armer is a Country/Americana singer-songwriter that deserves to be heard. Taking inspiration from the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Sturgill Simpson, Tyler Childers, and Turnpike Troubadours, his sound resides where these influences meet.
And Calstock’s own Mark J. Lee
“Beautiful, rainy day Country”
BBC Introducing Cornwall
“If you like your country music on the traditional side, this is definitely for you.. a must add to your music collection.”
Forever British Country
“Real deal Alt Country star on the rise”
Global Texan Chronicles
“Heartfelt country to be adored.. a modern day storyteller.”