Carbon Leaf

Carbon Leaf

Chris Kasper

Friday, March 15, 2013

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

World Cafe Live - Wilmington

$16.00 - $24.00

This event is all ages

All sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges. Cameras & recording devices are not permitted. Showtime and supporting acts are subject to change.

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Carbon Leaf
Carbon Leaf
Keep the St. Patty’s Day party going with Carbon Leaf’s unique down-home mix of Americana, Celtic and bluegrass-tinged tunes! With a steady stream of independent releases in 2013, Carbon Leaf’s autonomous VOYAGE has come full circle – recording and producing from their own studio and releasing their music directly to fans – starting with GHOST DRAGON ATTACKS CASTLE in February, a 12-song collection of Celtic-inspired, original tunes.

Irish folk and Gaelic influences have always peppered the band’s songs and albums for years – not to mention their energetic live shows – but GHOST DRAGON fully embraces those traditional roots from start to finish, giving the Carbon Leaf fan who loves the band’s Celtic-influenced songs (“The Boxer”, ”Desperation Song”, “American Tale”, “Toy Soldiers”, “Home”…) a new, full-blown album of all-original Celtic folk, rock and instrumental dance tunes to celebrate and sink their teeth into.
Chris Kasper
Chris Kasper
Chris Kasper is quietly distinguishing himself from the crowd as a gifted singer/songwriter who follows neither genre nor format.
As part of the music community in Philadelphia, Kasper is regarded as a favorite by radio and fellow songwriters. A subtle showman, his songs, records and shows lift from the ground and surround. He has received some national critical acclaim from outlets such as iTunes, Ragged Magazine, ABC and has opened for Amos Lee and G. Love among others. Most recent news includes the completion of his latest recording The First Hundred Years Are The Hardest (due out 2011) produced by friend and peer Andrew Lipke. This collaboration has pushed Kasper's signature sound into further corners of the singer/ songwriter label and opened new possible directions for future efforts. While Chasing Another Sundown proved to be a meticulous production (Jeff Hiatt) with the thread of sweeping pedal steel by Adam Davis, The First Hundred... is sonically more electric and stylistically more varied. Like FlyingBoy, most of the instruments were played by Chris and Andrew with the occasional help of some key guest players including Fred Berman (Amos Lee) and Chris Giraldi (Rachel Yamagata).
Venue Information:
World Cafe Live - Wilmington
500 N. Market St.
Wilmington, DE, 19801
http://queen.worldcafelive.com/