BRIT TAYLOR is coming to the Millwald this October 7th, AND we’ve just added ADAM CHAFFINS to open for her, LIVE!
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MEET BRIT TAYLOR:
In a town known for dealing hard knocks, country singer/songwriter Brit Taylor hasn’t flinched. After a decade “of playing by the rules”, she broke out on her own and, in less than a year, released her debut album Real Me in 2020, followed by Real Me Deluxe in 2021, and she has already written and recorded her next album, Kentucky Blue, scheduled for release early next year. Her highly acclaimed debut album Real Me (opening after just 10 days as the highest-ranking debut album on the AMA/CDX Radio Chart at No. 37 and receiving positive reviews from American Songwriter, Rolling Stone, NPR’s World Cafe and others) was a self-reflective journey to self-awareness from the depths of despair. Her anticipated new album, produced by Grammy winners Sturgill Simpson and David Ferguson, is a happier, more upbeat record, simply reflecting her life today.
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MEET ADAM CHAFFINS:
With his roots firmly embedded in eastern Kentucky soil, is a singer/songwriter and talented instrumentalist who never fears breaking genre barriers.
Adam Chaffinsfinds his inspiration in diverse musical styles and personal experiences. Creating a new lane of country and Americana music laced with tinges of R&B and indie rock, his multi-genre sound is distinctive while being comfortably familiar.
His debut solo album, Some Things Won’t Last, released February 2020, was born from the constant evolution of Chaffins’ music, honoring past experiences while always moving forward. Wide Open Country praised the nine-song album as “everything from fuzz-toned, drum-driven rockers to ballads laced with symphonic swells, not to mention a gorgeous cover of Keith Whitley’s ‘I’m Over You’.”
NPR named Chaffins one of “The Best New Artists Playing AmericanaFest” in 2019. His Whitley cover was recognized by Rolling Stone, as “cinematic … that prizes layers over dense heaps of sound.” NPR declared Chaffins “attuned to the potential sophistication of downhome forms – the jazzy complexity and expressive depth of bluegrass and country” with a “billowy, rhythmic unplugged rendition” that “artfully captures transparent denial and agonized pining.”
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