Sean Kelly of A Fragile Tomorrow

Sean Kelly of A Fragile Tomorrow

Finnegan Bell

Sat, October 14, 2017

9:00 pm (event ends at 1:00 am)

$3.99

This event is 18 and over

Come join us for A Fragile Tomorrows' CD release show! This is the bands fith album to come out with.

Sean Kelly of A Fragile Tomorrow
Sean Kelly, lead singer and songwriter for Charleston, SC group A Fragile Tomorrow, emerges with his debut solo album 'Time Bomb, Baby' on October 13th via MPress Records. The album, which features legendary bassist Gail Ann Dorsey (David Bowie, Tears For Fears) is a collection of songs inspired by the work of Peter Gabriel, Kate Bush and Roxy Music's seminal album 'Avalon.' The album follows his band's critically acclaimed 2015 album 'Make Me Over,' which won the band an Independent Music Award, garnered them several first round Grammy nods and featured guest appearances by Joan Baez, Indigo Girls and Mark Hart of Crowded House.
Finnegan Bell
Finnegan Bell
Finnegan Bell has been making music together out of the Southeast since Shane Williams and Warren Bazemore started writing together in the dorms of The University of South Carolina in the mid 90's. Prior to signing with Sony/BMG/Essential records Williams and Bazemore sold over 70,000 copies of their independent records leading 17 Magazine to dub them, "one of the most popular independent bands in the Southeast." Since leaving Nashville and their record deal behind, Williams and Bazemore have relocated to the coast of South Carolina and rebranded under the name Finnegan Bell. The goal today remains the same as it has always been: meaningful songwriting and engaging live shows that make listeners feel as if they have been invited into someone's living room. With a blend of americana, folk, rock and roll and gospel influences Finnegan Bell offers a sound that is unique and rooted in the landscape of the region they grew up in and call home. Williams and Bazemore have shared the stage over the years with a wide range of artists including: Nickel Creek, Members of Allison Krauss and Union Station, Jars of Clay, Leigh Nash, Caedmon's Call, Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, Members of Hootie and the Blowfish, Danielle Howle and many other great national and regional artists.
Venue Information:
The Wormhole
2307 Bull Street
Savannah, GA, 31401
http://www.wormholebar.com/