A Fragile Tomorrow + Human Resources + Jordan Igoe
Thursday, July 12, 2018 • Doors 8pm • Show 8:30pm
Show is all ages. Attendees under 18 must be accompanied by a parent. If you are under 21 you are subject to a $3-5 surcharge depending on the show. The surcharge must be paid in cash at the door on the day of the event.
A Fragile Tomorrow
Formed in 2003, A Fragile Tomorrow began as a trio of brothers — guitarist, vocalist and primary songwriter Sean, drummer and vocalist Dominic and guitarist Brendan Kelly — before expanding to a four-piece in 2006 with the addition of bassist Shaun Rhoades. Five albums later and hundreds of shows under their belt at such venues as the Beacon Theater in New York, the Fillmore in San Francisco, Paradiso in Amsterdam and the Barby Club in Tel Aviv, A Fragile Tomorrow continues to evolve with the shifting of Dominic Kelly to synth and the addition of touring/recording drummer Josh Kean.
The band, whose most recent MPress Records release Make Me Over featured contributions from Joan Baez, Mark Hart of Crowded House and the Indigo Girls, is prepping their sixth studio album for release in 2018. Both Sean and Dom Kelly released solo albums in 2017.
Human Resources is an American alternative pop-rock band from Charleston, SC. Formed in 2015 by Dries Vandenberg, Aaron Utterback, Paul Chelmis, and Matt Zutell, HR quickly adopted a unique role in the blossoming Charleston music scene as a more pop-centric counterpart to the neo-southern and indie rock acts prevalent in the area at the time.
The band’s debut single “Queen” and the subsequent L.P. En Route (2015) were released to positive local reviews, earning noteworthy traction on Spotify and other streaming services. The debut played a key role in earning HR the “Electronic/Experimental Band of the Year” award from the Charleston City Paper.
Jordan Igoe is a singer-songwriter, whose songs are as Southern and soulful as she is.