American Aquarium in Concert
Join American Aquarium for a very special evening at the Wormy Dog Saloon.
With a bluesy catalog filled with biographical lyrics about last calls, lost love and long horizons, American Aquarium has been grinding away on the road for over a decade, building a rabid fan base, one honky tonk at a time. After over two dozen personnel changes and nearly calling it quits, the band scraped just enough together to hire Jason Isbell to produce and record “Burn.Flicker.Die.” in Muscle Shoals. Critics took notice, and this desperately heartbreaking, record of disillusionment helped put American Aquarium on the road to legitimacy. 2014’s “Wolves,” the crowd funded follow up, continued the band’s upward streak, gaining scores of new fans with ballads like “Man I’m Supposed to Be,” “Wolves” and “Losing Side of Twenty Five.”
Be sure and catch Strangetowne on opening duties. Touring with their new record “Hard Earned Love,” this Amarillo band has crafted a wide-open, folk Americana sound that’s influenced as much by Ryan Adams or The Avett Brothers as Modest Mouse and Dawes.