Daniel Romano + Danni Nicholls
Saturday 23 May 2015 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
£7 advance / £9 on the door
This is Daniel Romano’s ONLY performance in the Midlands!
At the end of last year’s festival season Daniel Romano and his band the Trilliums came over to Europe for the first time. After this very successful tour we are happy to announce they will be back here at The Tin on Saturday 23rd May!
Daniel refers to his music as mosey and he has been called The King of Mosey again and again. As he explains: “Mosey is a study in contrasts. There’s glitz and grit, revelling and wallowing, wretchedness and showmanship. Mosey music’s pioneers wore their battered hearts on sequinned sleeves. From Bakersfield to Galveston, the legends traded their tragicomic highs and lows for gold records and white Cadillacs. But that was then; the days of Buckaroos, Nudie Suits and various Hanks are over, save for the museum displays. To quote a George Jones title track, “Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes?””
Enter Daniel Romano, a songwriter who delivers mosey croonin’ and hard luck storytelling. While references to marquee names like Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard are apparent in Romano’s music, the obvious influences certainly don’t demystify his talent. Romano works with equal part authenticity and creativity, and his musical world is rich with archetypes and arch rivals, wry observations and earnest confessions.
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