8PM Doors/9PM Show
Tickets available at:
• Pub Station Box Office…2502 First Avenue North(on the 25th Street side of the building)…Billings, MT (Mon-Fri 9AM to 5PM)
• Pub Station…2502 First Avenue North…Billings, MT (Mon-Sat 4PM to close)
"These drinking songs have got the best of me..." sings Adam Lee on Good Days, a track off his debut solo album, currently in production. Some would dispute that fact. For the last few years, Lee has traveled the U.S. and beyond promoting "When the Spirits Move Me," his bourbon-soaked tribute to classic country. With his newest effort, he broadens his scope. Sure, you'll find references to alcohol and other classic country tropes, but you'll also find a fearless and refreshing vulnerability, as well as elements of rock, Americana, and rhythm & blues. Drawing influence from some of the greats, John Prine, Tom Waits, Springsteen, you'll also hear touches of contemporaries like Jason Isbell, Justin Townes Earle, and Cory Branan. Adam Lee has had songs included in feature length films (Kevin Smith's Red State and TUSK) and even exercised his acting chops as a lead cast member in the Sun Records-inspired and Tony Award-winning stage show Million Dollar Quartet. Most recently, he has been nominated for an Ameripolitan Award - Dale Watson's accolade for all things Roots. His greatest passion, however, is songwriting. Brutally honest songwriting. With his new album Lee has dug deep and crafted songs both personal and universal. He reminds us that life is full of temptation, hardship and, occasionally, redemption. That despite life's pitfalls, eventually, "good days are gonna come."
So here's a bit of what some folks are saying about With Love From Brushy Mountain and Deadman's Blues!
"His brand of genre-saving country possesses an authenticity that's earned him the loyalty of fans plus the comparisons to a range of gifted wordsmiths that run the range from Jason Isbell to Charles Bukowski.”
-Tampa Bay Times (Tampa, FL - 2.18.2016)
"This record from Matt Woods is a brilliant display in songwriting from start to finish. There are no weak spots on Brushy Mountain as Woods allows listeners into his downtrodden world."
-Atlanta Examiner (Atlanta, GA - 6.29.2014)
"Like Jason Isbell, another son of the South who bears a tenacious tone, Woods is in the vanguard of a country music’s feisty new generation. And in With Love From Brushy Mountain, he’s helping set the standard."
-No Depression (International - 6.16.2014)
"As far as introductions go, With Love From Brushy Mountain walked right in and punched me in my face...[it's] in the driver’s seat to receive The Broken Jukebox album of the year distinction."
-TheBrokenJukebox.com (US/International - 6.2.2014