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When: 7.30pm on Saturday 18 May 2019
Where: St Philip’s Church, Encombe Place, Salford, M3 6FJ

PLEASE NOTE: Due to demand, this show now takes place at St Philip’s in Salford. Original tickets remain valid and all other details remain the same.

We’re delighted to be working with Grandaddy’s Jason Lytle again!

Jason Lytle first wandered into the public consciousness as the principal singer and songwriter for the band Grandaddy. Formed in Modesto, CA in 1992, and eventually consisting of Lytle along with Aaron Burtch, Tim Dryden, Jim Fairchild and Kevin Garcia, the band initially broke through with 1997?s Under the Western Freeway and the NME-praised single Summer Here Kids. The band’s sound, ‘atmospheric electronics meet warped Americana’, crystallised on 2000?s Sophtware Slump, which was met with breathless hype and earned the band ‘Next Big Thing’ status. Tireless rounds of international touring and mountains of fawning press led to 2003?s Sumday, increasing album sales, more touring, more press, TV show appearances and a slot on the main stage at the Glastonbury festival. The band produced another EP and an album entitled Just Like the Fambly Cat, before disbanding in 2006.

Since then, Jason has created music for a number of national and international commercials and released his debut solo album Yours Truly, The Commuter in 2009. A number of collaborations followed including two tracks with Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse for the Dark Night of the Soul album and with former Grandaddy drummer Aaron Burtch and Earlimart’s Aaron Espinoza and Ariana Murray in the Admiral Radley project which yielded 2010’s I Heart California.

Jason currently lives in Montana, and enjoys hiking in woods, skateboarding in skateparks, bicycling on anything, skiing on mountains, playing the piano in his living room, recording music and occasionally playing shows.

Tour support comes from Malojian. Over the last few years, Malojian has released four stunning solo albums, along the way collaborating with some musical legends, including Steve Albini, who earned his chops producing Nirvana, The Pixies etc. His latest album features Joey Waronker (Beck, R.E.M., Atoms For Peace, Roger Waters), Gerry Love (Teenage Fanclub), Jon Thorne (Yorkston/Thorne/Khan, Lamb) and more But it’s Malojian’s own voice and songs that sets him apart from the crowd.

We’re excited to be returning to a very special venue for this show: St Philip’s Church. The building is one of Greater Manchester’s finest Georgian buildings, dating back to 1825, and its Greek style is unique in Salford.

This show is a co-promotion with Please Please You.

AGE RESTRICTION: This show is 14+. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Buy tickets now. Tickets are available from Vinyl Exchange,  WeGotTickets.comTicketline.co.uk and on 0871 220 0260.

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