with Iron, Sage & Wood
Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real
with Iron, Sage & Wood
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Lukas Nelson and P.O.T.R. is an American rock n roll group following the old fashioned way by touring year round and delivering high energy performances to fans across the country.Buy Tickets
Ticket Price: $18 advanced / $20 day of show / $32 reserved seating
When Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real play, it’s exciting, visceral and – above all – real. They have come a long way since releasing their debut EP, “Brando’s Paradise,” in 2010, which sent them on a trajectory of non-stop touring and recording. The band has released six CDs in five years, including 2010’s debut full-length, “Promise of the Real,” the aforementioned “Wasted” in 2012, a live album “Live Endings,” in 2012, and a free collection of demos, “I Ain’t Mad Anymore.” In 2013.” They’ve also headlined their own tours and performed at such notable events as Farm Aid, Bridge School Benefit, SXSW, Lollapalooza, Stagecoach, Gathering of the Vibes Festival, Willie Nelson’s Country Throwdown, Kid Rock’s Chilin’ The Most Cruise, iTunes Festival, Harvest The Hope benefit, and much more. The band has also accomplished something no other self-released indie band has done – landed every major late night show, including “Late Show with David Letterman,” “Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Conan,” “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Along the way, the press has been ever so kind. No Depression magazine once noted, “With a unique voice and gift for penning timely socially conscious lyrics stretched over muscular guitar riffs, Lukas Nelson is earning not only fans but, heaps of critical praise as well.”
In 2014, they released three new songs, “Lil Girl,” which is featured in the new movie, Dumb and Dumber To, “Living it Up,” and “Find Yourself,” all from the band’s 2013 Love Yourself recording sessions in Topanga Canyon, California. They also scored their first film. Satellite Beach. A short, directed brothers Luke Wilson (Old School, The Royal Tenenbaums, Idiocracy) and Andrew Wilson (Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, Hall Pass), which won the coveted Bruce Corwin Award at the 29thAnnual Santa Barbara International Film Festival. In addition to recording with Neil Young, they are currently finishing production on a new album.
Insects vs. Robots is a psychedelic and experimental band from California USA. Band members milo-guitar/sitar/noise tony-percussion/noise maggie-vocals/harmonium/noise micah-percussion/noise jeff -bass/noise nikita -violin/noise After a pause the band started playing again in 2013 (without Maggie Lally who pursued other projects) and released a new album in November.
Paul Cannon, Damian DeRobbio and Abner Nevarez have united in bringing their three elements together as IRON, SAGE & WOOD. The IRON represents their efforts to move forward, the SAGE symbolizes the clearing of negative and lifting dreams from spirit to fruition and WOOD keeps all three grounded through the process. With a soulful groove combined with heartfelt lyrical content and vulnerable storytelling IRON SAGE WOOD move audiences to laugh, cry, dance and sing a long. Writing songs of hope and transformation, their work encourages an uplifting human experience while blending elements of world beat, folk and Native Americana. IRON, SAGE, WOOD purpose here is to unite, bring peace, love and laughter.