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Rich Nelson Band (Album Release Show)
June 30 @ 8:00 pm
- 7PM DOORS / 8PM SHOW
- ALL AGES
- STANDING ROOM ONLY
Rich Nelson is a rock musician originally from Detroit. He has been making music and art in the mountains of North Carolina since 2004. After playing in many bands for many years, Rich Nelson recorded his first solo album in 2018, his second in 2019, and the third in 2020-21.
The fourth album ‘Lucky Bounce’ will be released in June 2022, with an accompanying film documenting its recording.
Check out the recent ‘Fret And Wail’, the second record ‘Twenty Twenty Hearing’, and the first one ‘Ever Since Now’ at RichNelsonBand.com, at Dark Corner Records, or on iTunes, Spotify, etc. There’s also some fun stuff on YouTube.
The band features Rob Driscoll on drums and Jeff Manson on bass, and the band is excited about their new music and getting back out to play!
Red Rock Hill plays original songs and selected covers in luminous arrangements.
With Jay Wetmore on lead guitar and vocals and Elise Fillpot on rhythm guitar and vocals, the Red Rock Hill Americana sound soars with rich dynamics, unique arrangements and raw harmonies.
Jay Wetmore brings 30 years of writing, recording and playing live music to Red Rock Hill. He has played professionally in numerous bands in New York, Utah and Iowa (including Long After Lunch, The Resistors, The Mark Watson Project, Traveling Mercies, Atomic Deluxe, and Dirty Bob Rocket, to name just a few) and has played the SxSW and NxNW music festivals.
Jay founded Red Rock Hill in 2010 to share his favorite music, both his own and that of other musicians. His influences include the Allman Brothers, Steve Earle, Little Feat, and the Grateful Dead. Extraordinary lyrics and haunting musical arrangements set his songs apart. Jay’s guitar trademarks are captivating leads and a strong percussive groove.
Elise Fillpot has lived in North Carolina, Texas, Montana and Utah. She brings a rock-steady, joyful groove to the stage. Since 2018, she and Jay have made their home in Landrum, South Carolina.