Flatland Cavalry

Cheatham Street Warehouse Presents

Flatland Cavalry

Cody Bryan Band

Fri. April 7, 2017

8:00 pm

$12.00 - $15.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 18 and over

Flatland Cavalry
Flatland Cavalry
Flatland Cavalry is an energetic blend of Country-Folk-Americana whose sound and influence can be traced to the vivacity and showmanship of the Turnpike Troubadours, melodic stylings of John Mayer, and songwriting ability of renowned Texas artists such as Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen. Thomas Mooney, Editor-in-chief of New Slang Lbk, a music blog focused on the thriving Lubbock music scene, states," It's the closest thing to Turnpike Troubadours in some time. Close your eyes and maybe, you can hear the same wiry twang in Cordero that you heard in Evan Felker years ago. The comparisons don't end there. There's the piercing interplay between guitar and fiddle. The honest longing for intimacy, inevitable heartbreak, and the occasional summertime fling that sprinkle their way through songs." Founded in 2012 by childhood friends and college roommates, Cleto Cordero and Jason Albers, Flatland Cavalry is determined to take the Lubbock music scene (and the state of Texas) by storm with their refreshing original sound.

Within two weeks of releasing their debut EP, Come May (May 2015), the ambitious young band received an offer and signed with the Oak Park, California based booking agency, Atomic Music Group, and joined the roster amongst other great Texas-based musical acts including Ray Wylie Hubbard, Brandon Rhyder, Folk Family Revival, and The Statesboro Revue. It seems the future is bright for the humble five-piece from Lubbock, TX; whose sole mission is to write and play music that's, "Easy on the ears, Heavy on the heart."
Cody Bryan Band
"I knew Cody Bryan was a star ever since he was a kid," says producer Matt Noveskey. "You can tell every time he hits the stage." Noveskey, who produced the Cody Bryan Band's debut record, knows a thing or two about stars — he's played 60-foot stages with them for 15 years asbassist and songwriter for Blue October.

"I've written country songs my whole life," says Bryan. "I embrace the country songwriter in me." Since entering the scene in 2013, the Cody Bryan Band has drawn a wealth of praise from fans and critics alike for their fresh take on Texas country. But don't take anybody else's word for it: listen to Bryan's debut record Wreck Me and hear the promise foryourself.

New single and title track "Wreck Me" starts off the record with driving kick drum and chugging guitars before being joined by Bryan's syrupy Texas drawl and swirling organs, culminating in a radio-ready chorus —and the album never looks back.

Bryan and Noveskey spent months crafting material for Wreck Me, including a writing session in Nashville. The band whittled down their work from nearly 40 tracks, resulting in 10 of the strongest Texas country songs you'll hear on a debut record. "It's a country album at itscore," says Noveskey. "But it embraces a lot of influences. People will be pleasantly surprised that they can listen to it front to back."

Cody Bryan Band first started cutting their teeth in the country scene with a residency at the famous Austin listening room The Saxon Pub. Fans took notice, and it wasn't long before the guys were playing shows with Roger Creager, Granger Smith, Casey Donahew, Bart Crow and Nashville mainstay Will Hoge, to name a few.

The band has brought on an impressive and talented team to help get their music out across the state and beyond. Their work ethic promisesnothing less. "Theirs is a success that they're earning," says Noveskey. With an exciting year ahead, the Cody Bryan Band is poised to make waves in the country world.
Venue Information:
Cheatham Street Warehouse
119 Cheatham Street
San Marcos, TX, 78666
http://www.cheathamstreet.com/