The Howling Tongues at Barleycorn's!

The Howling Tongues at Barleycorn's!

Piper Lou-Renee

Thu. September 14, 2017

Doors: 4:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 12:00 am)

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

Howling tongues
Howling tongues
The Howling Tongues are creating a movement and revival in the music scene. Bringing back the roots of rock'n'roll with loud guitar amps, giant kick drums, fuzzy bass tones, over-driven organ, and raspy vocals. Heavily influenced by classic garage rock bands like The Stooges, Big Star, Led Zeppelin, The Who, and The Kinks... The Howling Tongues found their niche in their world of music and their "Take No Prisoners" live show proves that rock'n'roll isn't dead. Listen and become part of the Revival.
Beau + Luci
Beau + Luci
“Flower children with rock ’n’ roll souls,” Beau + Luci, sisters from the swamplands of Southern Georgia, enchant audiences with hypnotizing harmonies and bluesy melodies. Growing up in Waycross, Georgia, just a few miles from the Okefenokee Swamp, their music combines the mystery and folklore of “the land of the trembling earth” with their own blend of bluesy Americana rock. Heavily influenced by the Allman Brothers, Fleetwood Mac, Emmylou Harris, and Johnny Cash, with their undeniable approach to storytelling steeped in ageless spirituals, blues, and classic rock, Beau + Luci captive souls from all walks life. At the young ages of 19 and 22, raised listening to generations of diverse, legendary artists, these two sisters have cultivated their artistic skills from a vibrant and rich Georgia music culture.
Piper Lou-Renee
Piper Lou-Renee
Based out of Wichita Kansas, Piper Lou-Reneé has, according to Jammerzine, "The voice of an angel." Her career began at fifteen as an actress and singer on the sitcom iShine Knect. Since then she has been featured in numerous tv shows, podcasts, movies and has played concerts all over the United States.
She says, “Most of my inspiration for songs sparks from events in my life. I write a lot about heartache and starting over. I think we are all starting over in some way. When I'm sad, I want to listen to songs that I can relate to, so that's what I write. I want to remind people that they aren't alone, and that there can be beauty that comes from pain."
Venue Information:
Barleycorn's
608 E. Douglas Ave
Wichita, KS, 67202
http://barleycornswichita.com/