CAAMP

Spune presents

CAAMP

The Wonderfool, Wesley Geiger

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$10-$13

This event is all ages

CAAMP
CAAMP
Evan plays the banjo, Taylor plays the guitar and together they slam stages as the power duo, Caamp. The childhood friends have been writing songs since 2012 and began performing as Caamp in 2015. In March of 2016, the duo released their self-titled, debut record that has since put them on the map. Caamp is known for their heartfelt sound, and authentic live shows that leave their loyal crowds with hearts pounding. Taylor and Evan are two good gentlemen, writing good music, and plan on ... Caamping tilʼ they croak!

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The Wonderfool
The Wonderfool
The Wonderfool is the solo music of singer-songwriter Matt Vinson. The project began in Athens, Ohio around 2014 and found a niche playing intimate house shows within the quaint college town.

In April of 2015, The Wonderfool released the debut album, "Don't Think", & followed it in December with the sophomore release titled, "Windshield Rhythm". The music has a similar sound to My Morning Jacket, Dr. Dog, Fleet Foxes & Shakey Graves. Lyrically, the focus is to create an open-ended, ambiguous feeling that gives each song a different meaning for the listener.

Matt is now located in Denver, CO and is continuing to play shows and work on new studio material. "Don't Make Me Wait", a new single was released on May 7, 2017.
Wesley Geiger
Wesley Geiger
Wesley Geiger has spent a lot of time on the road, and his debut album dignifies the journey. Throughout the El Dorado project, Wesley divided his time between Texas and California — earning a degree in music in the Los Angeles area and working in Dallas during breaks from school. He drove his pickup the 1,500 miles between those two cities more than a dozen times, and those trips significantly influenced his songwriting. He explored the southwest, camped off the beaten path and absorbed the silence of the desert.

Gram Parsons, Joni Mitchell, Jerry Jeff Walker, Townes van Zandt and Neil Young became influences. And he got to know the art of more recent songwriters such as Ryan Adams, Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes) and Jeff Tweedy (Wilco). American authors Wendell Berry, John Steinbeck and Wallace Stegner informed his understanding of our relationships with geography and the road.

The result is El Dorado, a nine-song album that explores the distance between getting lost and being found. El Dorado was produced and mixed by Beau Patrick Bedford, primarily at a small cabin north of Dallas where Wesley and Beau escaped the noise of the city to craft an expansive sonic landscape.
Venue Information:
Three Links
2704 Elm Street
Dallas, TX, 75226
http://www.threelinksdeepellum.com