High Divers Saturday 2/24/2024 @ 9PM

$35.00

The High Divers have seen some things. There are scars adorning each member that serve as constant reminders that the traveling rock n’ roll lifestyle is not for the faint of heart. After narrowly surviving a bloody scene with a semi on an Arizona Highway in 2017, and a stage silencing pandemic, the band has proved its resilience and dedication to crafting albums that they can continue to be proud of. Read More Below

🎵 Event Details 🎵
🎟️ Tickets: Online ticket $35
📅 Date: February 24, 2024
🕒 Time: 9PM
📍 Venue: Second floor directly above the Corner Perk coffee shop

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  • This event is 21+ only, and ID is required for entry.

Don’t miss out on this incredible night of music, friends, and memories! Get your tickets now and let’s make some beautiful music together.

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With the release of their newest record, “Should I be Worried” due out April 2023, the band is breathing a sigh of relief in finally getting the Sadler Vaden produced album out into the hands of their fans. “The return to live shows with all of the excitement and energy behind these new songs is going to be really healing for everyone involved”, says guitarist and singer, Luke Mitchell, “We’ve held onto some of these songs for almost three years now, and it’s felt like an absolute eternity!”

Recorded in Nashville at BattleTapes and Marshall, NC at The High Divers’ own Out There Studios, this record serves as a patchwork of where the band has been and where they are going, with great care taken in curating nuanced and eclectic songs that weave into a colorful psychedelic sonic tapestry. “When you have this long to compile songs and really live with them, there are certain ones that just jump out and continue to have that sheen that keeps us all excited” says Mary Alice, whose song “Pieces” is a sparse and hauntingly beautiful look into the past “We were young, we were stupid, we were free, we were broken”.

Formed in 2014 in Charleston, South Carolina, The High Divers hit the ground running with raucous live shows and a strong debut album recorded with Wolfgang Zimmerman. The follow up album, “Chicora”, was released to much critical acclaim, earning the band an even wider and more dedicated fan base.

Perhaps the bands most well known work was 2019’s “Ride With you” EP also produced by Jason Isbell & 400 unit guitarist, Sadler Vaden. A fixture of the South Carolina music scene, The High Divers are known for their charismatic on-stage swagger and ability to get the crowd unabashedly involved. The band is comprised of Luke Mitchell (Vocals/Guitar), Mary Alice Mitchell (Keyboards/Synth/Vocals) and Kevin Early (Bass/Vocals). The High Divers have been covered by Rolling Stone, Paste, Performer Magazine, KDHX, Popmatters, Americana UK, among many others.

The High Divers new album will be accompanied by a string of tour dates around the country. “Should I be Worried” will be released April 7th, 2023 and available for streaming everywhere.

 

 

**NOTICE: THE ARTIST HAS FULL DISCRETION IN REGARDS TO START TIME, SET LENGTH, BREAK LENGTH, AND ENDING TIME. THE VENUE IS NOT HELD LIABLE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCES ARISING FROM ARTIST’S FINAL DISCRETION. THE POSTED START TIME IS A GUIDE ONLY.

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Let’s go over some new things we’re trying out at the Roasting Room this go round. This expression is called ‘For One Week Only Live at the Roasting Room. It’s a handful of shows that we’re doing in 2023 for all those diehard fans that have been dying to see a show back in the Roasting Room. We’ve changed up the seating quite a bit for our regular weekly use for Corner Perk and Christian Renewal Church that is using the space on a weekly basis. The biggest change is that there’s not reserved seating. All of the seating is first come first served. What you’ll notice upon arrival is a comfy cozy seating for the first 50 or so guest to arrive. There’s a couple rows of the benches you know a love from the good old days. There’s also a few rows of comfy leatherish couch-like seating along the right side and of course seats at the bar. There’s standing room viewing for all the rest of the guests. That’s right, we want you to be comfortable if that’s important to you but we want as many people as possible to get in where you fit in this go round. We really hope you like it and we can’t wait to see you soon!