Friday, March 23, 2018
Rock Eupora with Brother Moses
The Basement
Sat, Mar 17 7:00 pm

Rock Eupora: Rock Eupora is a sprightly blend of gritty rock and shimmering pop. Clayton Waller, the Mississippi music artist known as Rock Eupora, operates in a true DIY fashion, playing every instrument on the albums that he writes and records himself. Clayton started taking piano lessons at the age of 5. He quickly discovered his love for songwriting and performing and took advantage of nearly every opportunity to play music. In college, he helped form a rock-n-roll power trio called Wolf Cove. Wolf Cove started dissolving as graduation approached, and Waller began writing solo. These songs eventually became Rock Eupora and took form as the first album, Blanks. Brother Moses: It has been an eventful year for local indie band, Brother Moses. The group, formed in 2014 at the University of Arkansas by high school classmates and college roommates James Lockhart and Moses Gomez, signed a record deal, recorded in Los Angeles, released an EP, played a Daytrotter session, and performed on stages in 20 states (and one Canadian province) so far in 2016. And there are still a couple of months left. Their new EP, Legends, was produced by the highly acclaimed Raymond Richards (Local Natives, Avid Dancer), and has drawn national attention from publications such as American Songwriter, Paste Magazine, Wild Honey Pie, and USA Today‘s FTW since it was released last month. All of these accomplishments and most of the band are still full-time students at the University of Arkansas. Impressive, guys. Very impressive.-By Dustin Bartholomew  

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