Tyler Smilo and Max Garcia Conover: Modern Folk Lessons at Kings Rook Club

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Wednesday, September 30th, 2015 at 2:00 PM
Tyler Smilo and Max Garcia Conover: Modern Folk Lessons at Kings Rook Club by Alex Bieler
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Friday, Oct. 9

The Kings Rook Club will host a pair of intimate acoustic performances when Tyler Smilo and Max Garcia Conover put on a lesson in modern folk.

The talented duo of singer-songwriters will each play a solo set at the Peach Street establishment, proving you don’t need a backing band and booming rock to captivate an audience. Smilo and Conover instead use simple, beautiful songs — like Smilo’s rousing “Dust in a Grave” and Conover’s gorgeously-picked “Our Father’s House” — with heartfelt lyrics to draw listeners in for a tremendous experience that’ll hit you right in the gut and stick with you long after you head back home. — Alex Bieler

9 p.m. // 1921 Peach St. // facebook.com/kingsrookclub

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