Acclaimed singer-songwriter and indie-rock pioneer PETER CASE brings his deeply rooted take on rock’n'roll to California clubs in June, accompanied by DEEP ELLUM, and GASOLINE SILVER. All three bands feature singer-songwriter-guitarists with sensibilities that register on the scale of Case’s own visionary but fundamental rock’n'roll.
Ron Franklin of Gasoline Silver has been a friend and collaborator since before the recording of Case‘s 2008 album, Wig! Franklin who splits his time between New York and Memphis made Blue Shadows Falling, ”one of the all-time great albums you’ve never heard,” says Case. “Gasoline Silver is the fulfillment of Ron’s promise to make great rock’n'roll with a unique, personal style,” he says.
Over three decades as a solo performer, Case has written his own evocative words and music inspired by the Golden State, songs like “Entella Hotel,” “Poor Old Tom,” “Underneath the Stars,” and others he’s performing with Deep Ellum. Together, Deep Ellum and Case reinterpret the songs from his days with pop punk pioneers the Nerves and LA-favorites the Plimsouls, along with solo work from his catalog that includes the T-Bone Burnett-produced debut, the widely acclaimed The Man With the Blue Post Modern Fragmented Neo-Traditionalist Guitar, and the Grammy-nominated Let Us Now Praise Sleepy John.
Show starts at 7:30
$10 Door Charge