May
19

The Band of Heathens

at The Music Hall at World Cafe Live

Philadelphia, PA

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COVID INFORMATION: Unless otherwise stated, World Cafe Live will follow the City of Philadelphia’s current Covid-19 guidelines. Click here for more info. By purchasing tickets, you acknowledge that everyone in your party will follow any regulations in place at time of show (subject to change) and will not be entitled to a refund for noncompliance.

TICKETS: $20-32 advance // $22-34 day of show + fees

ADA Accessible seats may be purchased by anyone regardless of ability. We respectfully request that those who do not need accommodations select other seats if available.

Doors 7pm // Show 8pm

Join us for dinner & drinks before the show in The Lounge, our full-service restaurant & bar which opens at 6pm. Check out the menu & make reservations here. Mezzanine ticket holders will be able to order from The Lounge menu right from their seat.

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The Band of Heathens 
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With their professional lives on hold during the pandemic, The Band of Heathens found a year-long creative workaround. Every Tuesday night, the five-piece group came together via Zoom from their respective homes– from L.A. to Asheville - to host the Good Time Supper Club, a ninety-minute variety program.

“It was nice to be able to use music as a connective thread and something that's healing,” says guitarist-vocalist Ed Jurdi. “We were doing it for ourselves, but the greatest benefit was how it created this community for us to hang out with our fans.”

Guitarist-vocalist and fellow founding member Gordy Quist agrees. “The show was like a release, where we all connected and forgot about the stuff going on around us. At some point, we decided to bring in guests for an interview, and that turned into 'Hey, let's pre-record a music video of a cover song with each of them.'”

That segment of the show, called Remote Transmissions, became a much-anticipated fan favorite each week. And it is now the title of their latest album, featuring covers of ten classic songs with guest vocals by the likes of Margo Price, Ray Wylie Hubbard and Charlie Starr.

It's just the latest innovative move for The Band Of Heathens, who over the last fifteen years have released nine acclaimed albums of roots rock originals, played festivals like Bonnaroo and South by Southwest, and toured the world many times over (Rolling Stone calls them “a smoking live band”), all while remaining that rarest of birds – a truly independent group.

Reed Foehl
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Born in a small country town in New England and into a musical family, Street singer- turned songwriter- Reed Foehl’s music tells stories of the human condition with a lyric and voice that push the boundaries while paying homage to tradition. Dusty and patient his music is genuine Folk/Americana. He was nominated for a grammy for his song “Fly” which was covered by country legend “ Lee Ann Womack”. His five studio albums have put him on the map of the publishing world, garnering placements in both film and television. Foehl is currently set to release his 6th studio record “Wild Wild Love” recorded in Austin TX with The Band Of Heathens.

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The Music Hall at World Cafe Live

3025 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA, 19104

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Talent

The Band of Heathens

Reed Foehl