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Harold’s Cabin, 247 Congress St., Charleston, SC
Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 6:30 – 9:30pm

“Departing on our usual quest of discovery, we are featuring a lineup of Charleston all stars for our season Finale.

Tyler Boone is our Headliner for this month. Tyler Boone grew up in the Lowcountry of Charleston, SC. Boone first became enamored with the small club rock scene and slowly started making his way headlining major music venues & gaining traction on the radio waves all across the United States. The past few years have led him to open for some incredible talent and becoming an official Taylor Guitars endorsed artist.  He’s had the pleasure of opening up for such acts as Grammy award winning artist Sheryl Crow, The Avett Brothers, Christopher Cross, Hootie and the Blowfish, Old Crow Medicine Show, Canadian songwriter Donovan Woods, Platinum selling artist Edwin McCain, Zach Myers of Shinedown, The Revivalists, The Marcus King Band, Sean McConnell, Dr. John, & also American Idol Winners David Cook & Lee DeWyze, just to name a few.  His latest EP “Jealousy”  debuted on 1.25.19. (produced by Eric Rickert who has notably worked with Shinedown, The Royal Teeth, William Fitzsimmons) The single “Moving On” (feat. Finnegan Bell) went to radio last September & his next single “Jealousy” will debut to radio on 5.24.19. He will also be releasing a brand new americana single “Make It Right” on 8.16.19 as his first release on his own label Artist Formula Records.

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Next up we have Haley Mae Campbell. Haley Mae Campbell is well on her way to becoming one of Music Row’s shining new stars. In addition to making her Country Music Awards (CMA) Fest debut in 2018, the music video for her single “Oughta Be” premiered on in mid-September, and held its own as one of the most-viewed videos on the platform for over a month. She’s received local and regional radio airplay, and has over one million collective streams on Spotify. Her single, “Anything but Yellow,” hit the ground running—the track debuted on Spotify’s ‘New Music Nashville’ playlist and quickly gained traction. After jumping up the ranks to ‘Breakout Country’ a week later, “Anything but Yellow” was added to Spotify’s most prestigious country playlist, ‘Hot Country,’ which currently has over 5.4 million followers. Her latest single “Ghost Stories” shows a new side of the singer’s voice. With over 22,000 first-week streams, the track is a strong follow up to “Anything but Yellow”s success.

Written by Campbell alongside Jerry Jacobs,  “Asking for a Friend”  is the first single to follow Campbell’s previous EP,  Lovers Lottery,  released in April of last year. The acute premise of the song is conveyed through clever details in its playful lyrics, which bring listeners along for the ride in this youthful, carefree anthem. The music video premiered exclusively on in mid-April.  

New York-born and South Carolina-raised, Campbell’s music is a hybrid of city-slicker sass and small-town sensibilities, mixing rock-style vocals with a country-style twang. Since the release of her first album in 2015, Campbell has opened for country stars including Luke Combs, Brothers Osborne, Dan + Shay, David Nail, Lauren Alaina, Carly Pearce, Thompson Square and Tyler Farr as well as folk stars The Avett Brothers and performed alongside headliner Sheryl Crow at Charleston’s 9th Annual First Flush Festival.

“Lose My Number,” is a spirited, radio-ready tell-off to a “loser ex-boyfriend” while “Oughta Be” is a violin-laden barnstormer of hope and longing. Both appear on Campbell’s six-song sophomore EP, Lovers Lottery, which has collected over 900,000 streams since its April 2018 release.

“Moving to Nashville in 2017, I wanted to make a great first impression on the music community here. I truly feel that Lovers Lottery was just that, and I’m excited about what’s next,” says Campbell.

And what an impression she’s made – Campbell turned heads at the 2018 Country Radio Seminar when iHeartRadio personality and tastemaker Bobby Bones called the pint-sized artist out during a panel and asked her to sing on the spot for an industry-only room of hundreds. Belting the “Star-Spangled Banner,” Campbell held her own, and Music Row was lit abuzz.

At once playful and determined, Campbell is ready to knock down doors as she continues her ascent to stardom; however, she insists she’ll never lose sight of why she chose to make music in the first place. Says Campbell:

“My music is a reflection of my life experience and it comes from the heart. With every song, the goal is to take the listener on a journey, paint them a picture and involve them in the story. I think that is truly what makes music special – when it can transport you to a different state of mind.”

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Opening for this event is Chris Wilcox. Chris Wilcox is a singer songwriter based in Nashville, TN. Born and raised in Baltimore, MD and having lived five years in Charleston, SC, Chris’s musical influence has no boundaries. His upcoming release, “Legacy”, displays his unique sound, blending his East Coast roots with his Southern experience as an artist. This release is a reborn project for Wilcox as the songs outline a lot the last few years of his life. From the passing of his father, to leaving Charleston for Nashville, Wilcox holds nothing back in his most honest work yet.

The tracks heard “Legacy” offer Wilcox as a detailed story teller, intertwining his education in poetry with both personal and imaginative stories to produce a body of work that displays his inherent talent as a songwriter.

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As always thanks to our friends at Harold’s Cabin to allow these wonderful events to take place. This event is rain or shine, no refunds will be issued upon cover purchase.

Event is all ages and $15, 2nd floor of Harold’s cabin. Cash and card accepted at the top of the stairs.

This is our last show in 2019, be prepared for future Harold’s Rooftop Sessions as we plan for our 2020 program here at LFL Presents.”

Event Type: Concert, Music