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Fatback Circus, Natalie Mishell & Co.

Hill Country Live Presents

Fatback Circus

Natalie Mishell & Co.

Sat, July 13, 2013

9:30 pm

Hill Country

New York, NY

No Cover

For dinner reservations during the show, phone 212 255-4544, and ask to be seated on the club level near the stage.

Fatback Circus
Fatback Circus
Fatback Circus is an Austin, Texas favorite, whose true talent and versatility has sparked comparisons to various modern, southern and classic rock bands. Playing four shows for SXSW in 2013 alone, they are undoubtedly on the verge of becoming a regional and national success. The sheer musical ability of this four-piece is very refreshing and a delight to listen to, yet the group's inescapable energy and passion should definitely be experienced up close and in person. The band's sound can be described as an eclectic mix of classic and modern rock with hints of roots rock, folk, blues and country.
Fatback Circus has had the honor of performing with bands such as The Flaming Lips, Seether, The Presidents of the United States of America, Default, Fastball, Thin Lizzy, The Burden Brothers, and Pepper. The band's music video, "Brain Damage" was featured in the South By Southwest music video showcase. The group also earned itself a spot on the 2009 Vans Warped tour after winning the Ernie Ball Battle of the bands competition.
Fatback Circus has a long history of performing together, each member having been born, raised, and musically baptized in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The group boasts twin brothers, Nathan and Aaron Campbell on lead vocals and lead guitar respectively, as well as rhythm section Garrett Ross and Dalton Chamblee. In 2002 the four moved to San Antonio where they quickly established themselves in the live music scene, headlining shows and opening for numerous national acts. Fatback Circus, over the past several years, has had several lineup changes, adding and subtracting members from the core four piece that it now and will forever remain. Initially a five piece with a different lead singer, Nathan and Aaron shared the title of "lead guitarist." The group then added two horn players and became a seven piece. Following the departure of the original lead singer, Nathan stepped in to fill the position. The group shed its horn players and finally took on their permanent and undoubtedly ideal identity as a rock solid quartet. Fatback Circus now resides in Austin, TX, where they continue to write, record, and perform songs that entertain their fans as well as themselves.
Under its belt, Fatback Circus has three full-length albums, "The Elephant King" (2006), "Dark World" (2009), and their most recent, self-titled "Fatback Circus" released in 2011. In addition, The group has turned out numerous music videos assisted by masterful direction from talents such as up and coming movie director, Jabbar Raisani ("Iron Man," "Predators," "Game of Fatback Circus is an Austin, Texas favorite, whose true talent and versatility has sparked comparisons to various modern, southern and classic rock bands. Playing four shows for SXSW in 2013 alone, they are undoubtedly on the verge of becoming a regional and national success. The sheer musical ability of this four-piece is very refreshing and a delight to listen to, yet the group's inescapable energy and passion should definitely be experienced up close and in person. The band's sound can be described as an eclectic mix of classic and modern rock with hints of roots rock, folk, blues and country.
Fatback Circus has had the honor of performing with bands such as The Flaming Lips, Seether, The Presidents of the United States of America, Default, Fastball, Thin Lizzy, The Burden Brothers, and Pepper. The band's music video, "Brain Damage" was featured in the South By Southwest music video showcase. The group also earned itself a spot on the 2009 Vans Warped tour after winning the Ernie Ball Battle of the bands competition.
Fatback Circus has a long history of performing together, each member having been born, raised, and musically baptized in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The group boasts twin brothers, Nathan and Aaron Campbell on lead vocals and lead guitar respectively, as well as rhythm section Garrett Ross and Dalton Chamblee. In 2002 the four moved to San Antonio where they quickly established themselves in the live music scene, headlining shows and opening for numerous national acts. Fatback Circus, over the past several years, has had several lineup changes, adding and subtracting members from the core four piece that it now and will forever remain. Initially a five piece with a different lead singer, Nathan and Aaron shared the title of "lead guitarist." The group then added two horn players and became a seven piece. Following the departure of the original lead singer, Nathan stepped in to fill the position. The group shed its horn players and finally took on their permanent and undoubtedly ideal identity as a rock solid quartet. Fatback Circus now resides in Austin, TX, where they continue to write, record, and perform songs that entertain their fans as well as themselves.

Under its belt, Fatback Circus has three full-length albums, "The Elephant King" (2006), "Dark World" (2009), and their most recent, self-titled "Fatback Circus" released in 2011. In addition, The group has turned out numerous music videos assisted by masterful direction from talents such as up and coming movie director, Jabbar Raisani ("Iron Man," "Predators," "Game of Thrones"), Taylor Bolding ("Paranorman"), and Trouble Maker Studio's own, Rodney Brunet. The videos for 'Jessica,' 'Dust Bowl Blues,' 'World Color,' and 'Brain Damage' can be enjoyed regularly on Austin's ME Television.

Fatback Circus has recently gone back into the studio, and is hard at work promoting the single release for the quartet's latest infectious folk-anthem, "Summertime is Boring," as well as the upcoming single "Up in the Sky."

Additionally, Fatback Circus enjoys participating in charity benefits and other fundraisers. Some organizations include The American Cancer Society, The Chenoa Manor Animal Sanctuary, The Texas Spirits Organization, as well as the Lance Armstrong Foundation.Thrones"), Taylor Bolding ("Paranorman"), and Trouble Maker Studio's own, Rodney Brunet. The videos for 'Jessica,' 'Dust Bowl Blues,' 'World Color,' and 'Brain Damage' can be enjoyed regularly on Austin's ME Television.
Fatback Circus has recently gone back into the studio, and is hard at work promoting the single release for the quartet's latest infectious folk-anthem, "Summertime is Boring," as well as the upcoming single "Up in the Sky."
Additionally, Fatback Circus enjoys participating in charity benefits and other fundraisers. Some organizations include The American Cancer Society, The Chenoa Manor Animal Sanctuary, The Texas Spirits Organization, as well as the Lance Armstrong Foundation.
Natalie Mishell & Co.
Natalie Mishell & Co.
After three years in Los Angeles working as an actor, Beverly Hills Playhouse graduate, Natalie Mishell decided her heart was with her music, which had been abandoned for independent film and commercial roles. She moved to New York and quickly started working with songwriter/musician/producer Rich Pagano who immediately found her songs and beautiful soaring vocals intoxicating and original. The re...sult will be a 5 song EP to be released summer '10 and to be followed by her debut album. Rich and band will also be joining Natalie on select promotional performances.
Her music plays upon a theme of that which we all bear, the human condition. The ascents, the falls, the fear and pain which only gives appreciation for the sweet and beautiful. Our constant desire for something more, whether it be a dream, a goal, an adventure or simply somewhere we feel safe; we can find ourselves, on some level, being portrayed in her songs.
Venue Information:
Hill Country
30 W. 26th St.
New York, NY, 10010
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