CANCELLED: MODOC @ HI-FI Annex
Sun King, West Fork Whiskey & MOKB Present at HI-FI Annex (Behind HI-FI)
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POSTPONED: MODOC W/ J. ELLIOTT, CRESCENT ULMER @ HI-FI ANNEX INDIANAPOLIS
MODOC's Indianapolis show at HI-FI has been postponed. We are currently working on a reschedule date. Hang tight for more information. Please direct any questions to email@example.com. You can follow our ongoing list of affected shows here: http://bit.ly/mokb-hifi-covid19updates
DOORS: 5:00 PM, SHOW: 6:00 PM
FOOD BY PURE EATERY, FULL BAR FOR 21+ GUESTS, LIMITED PICNIC TABLE SEATING. NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR BEVERAGES PERMITTED
GENERAL ADMISSION, LIMITED SEATING, CAPACITY LIMITED TO 250. 150 PRESALE TICKETS WILL BE SOLD IN ADVANCE. REMAINING TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR ON THE DAY OF THE SHOW.
AGE RESTRICTIONS: ALL AGES | CHILDREN 5 & UNDER FREE W/ ADULT.
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Eager to contribute after taking a reprieve from heavy touring and consistent releases, MODOC's efforts provided two singles for 2019, one of which, "Gotta Have You", was welcomed with open arms by Nashville's, Lightning 100, earning it DJ Pick of the Week upon release. Obviously, along with most other rock and roll acts that thrive on stage, 2020 was supposed to look a little more exciting, however, the band looks forward with more releases on the radar to complement their select high-energy live sets.
About J. Elliott:
Since fronting acclaimed Indianapolis-based rock outfit Stereo Deluxe, J. Elliott has become known for his riveting and dynamic solo live performances, both with just acoustic guitar and full band. With the release of his new single, “How To Be A Man”, he is again revealing to the world his ability to deftly create smart, insightful songs about his life and observations... while growing a devoted audience that is fully aware of how special and unique his voice and songs truly are.
About Crescent Ulmer:
"Crescent’s voice is quite striking; soft and timid in conversation, yet resilient and sincere in song." - NUVO Magazine
Crescent Ulmer is a folk songwriter that travels like a blues-man, a troubadour of sorts, living life with a mantra of spontaneity and honesty. It is no wonder that they are known for their raw, acoustic sound and sincere, real-life songwriting. In one show, expect to laugh and cry, sometimes simultaneously.
Crescent's first album, Creature Comforts, was funded by a successful crowdfunding campaign after being voted Bloomington, Indiana's best songwriter in 2014. The album gives a window into their life as a teenager struggling into a young adult -- searching for direction and purpose. "As an entire body of work it really defined who I had been and the journey of introspection I was going through," Crescent observes. While struggling with issues such as sexuality, Crescent was balancing their first heartbreak, excessive partying, drugs, and alcohol. "There was a lot of shame that I felt living that way and that's what I wrote about," states Crescent.
Crescent Ulmer started out writing thoughts, poems, and short stories on scraps of paper. At 15, they were given a guitar by a friend and that was when the floodgates of creativity opened. Within a month, Crescent was writing dozens of songs. "I didn't even know how to tune it at first, I would just sing over the strings" notes Crescent.
Crescent spent much of 2015 focusing on personal/professional development and improving their songwriting, music theory, and guitar discipline.
"I'm not afraid to get on stage, share my story, laugh at myself, and create a space that encourages others to do the same. It is all about connecting with other people, building relationships, and the honesty of the experience."
This ticket includes a $1 Keep Indy Live Fee. 100% of the money raised from this fee goes to the Indiana Independent Venue Alliance to help our statewide alliance of venues who are fighting for survival amidst mandated shutdowns. Thank you for your support in helping to Keep Indy Live.
J. Elliott / Crescent Ulmer