CHAZ CARDIGAN with Natalie Carr
MaxxMusic, Neighborhood Theatre at Neighborhood Theatre
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Tickets: $15 adv/$20 dos (plus sales tax and service fee)
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Indie / Alt-Rock
Chaz Cardigan writes alternative rock bops with bite and backbone meant for those carefree moments when we want to forget our differences, yet provocative enough to push us towards the solutions we need. As a kid, he gave himself power by picking up a guitar. Inspired by Nirvana, he raged in punk bands at eleven-years-old. Around the same time, he came out in seventh grade. Diving further into music, he taught himself production and honed his stage presence at Louisville bars, open mics, and all kinds of parties. Relocating to Nashville, he went from producing for the hip-hop collective, The Diatribe, to dropping his independent debut, I, in 2017. Maintaining his momentum, he released a flurry of singles, two EPs, and a web-series over the next few years; landing a major label record deal, and gaining a reputation as an electric live performer. In 2020, he notched a top 15 Alternative radio hit with “Not OK!”, and contributed “As I’ll Ever Be” to the NETFLIX film To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You that has thus far amassed 3.2 million streams. Burned out from the major label machine and experiencing the pervasive confusion brought on by COVID-19, he locked himself in his bedroom, wrote, recorded, and produced his full-length, Absymmetry, without telling a soul. Upon completion, he showed it to his inner circle and eventually wound up signing to Nvak Collective. Now, the Los Angeles-based artist, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist continues this bold, brazen, and bright body of work with the anthemic single “Pictures” on 10/29.
Natalie Carr is a Pop/R&B crossover artist that is based in Charlotte, NC. Carr considers herself to be first and foremost a songwriter, having written all of her own songs as well as songs for other artists. She takes influence from other cross-genre artists such as SZA, Kehlani, and Halsey. Carr won "Best Performer of the Year" via Queen City Nerve's 2021 roundup, and has sold out two solo headline shows. Her next single, ‘All My Plants Are Dead,’ releases 3/4.