Ayron Jones & The Way NYE Party With Duke Evers & Stereo Embers

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Ayron Jones & The Way NYE Party With Duke Evers & Stereo Embers

Ayron Jones & The Way NYE Party With Duke Evers & Stereo Embers
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Event Dates

Monday, Dec 31, 2018

Event Time

9:00 PM

Event Location

Tractor Tavern
5213 Ballard Ave NW,
Seattle, WA 98107

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(206) 789-3599

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Ayron Jones & The Way NYE Party With Duke Evers & Stereo Embers

$ 25.00 - $30.00 / Age 21 And Up

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With the release and reception of his albumAudio Paint Job, Ayron Jones has had a season of fervent media recognition in 2017. This coming after a year of intense creativity and many personal changes for the gifted singer/songwriter/guitarist.Theres nothing more American than rock n roll, Jones told the Seattle Times, And in this time period, we need it now more than ever. Regardless of who is responsible, theres divisiveness in this country that weve never seen since the civil-rights era. Rock n roll embodies that American blues soul and spirit. Our generation, as millennials, has forgotten what it means to play rock n roll.Featuring his most confessional and rocking songs yet, Ayron also embellishes with fiery blues licks and booming hip-hop vibes. The 14 trackAudio Paint Job, showcases Ehssan Kirimi on drums and Bob Lovelace on bass. This track, features the vulnerable and lilting vocals of singer Scarlet Parke, the humbling strings of composer Andrew Joslyn, and the deft, upright bass playing of Evan Flory-Barnes. (Times)The title ofAudio Paint Jobhas multiple meanings for Jones.Its a story about my mental and spiritual transformation through music. That internal movement can be found in the dizzying array of styles and sounds through the albums confessional narrative arc. The ferocious heavy rock contrasts the honeyed nuanced ballads impeccably.Audio Paint Jobevokes a wide range of expression in songs that Jones feels will speak to the diverse musical taste of the current times.Jones credits his relationship with previous producer Sir Mix-A-Lot with introducing him to professional songwriting. He also credits him with eventually moving him ahead to better compositions. However, it was co-crafting the sophomore release with Barrett Martin (Mad Season, Screaming Trees, Tuatara) and Jack Endino (Nirvana,Soundgarden,The Gits) that elevated the new sound to match the seriousness of the song topics.After Jones released his debut he sought out Endino to ask if he would be interested in recording his next album. In doing so, he was led to do a recording project with Martin. I grew up in Seattle so I knew Jack Endino and Barrett Martin were Seattle rock gods. He was then enlistedfor a band Martin played in that was put together by Emerald City legends Mike McCready and Duff McKagen, called The Levee Walkers. The Seattle super group is based on the Mad Season creative template but has five different singers from around the world replacing Layne Staley. Martinoffered to recordAudio Paint Joband Jones went for it, with Endino doing the mixes.Jones has gotten and given a lot of thrills opening for major acts such as Guns N Roses, B.B. King, Run-D.M.C., Public Enemy, Rahkim,Jeff Beck,Robin Trower, Spearhead, and many more; and at festivals like SXSW, Sasquatch, and Bumbershoot. He describes the feeling like no other, being on stage front and center with thousands of people watching. He is elated that his feeling that 2017 will be a bust-out year is coming true. Im extremely grateful and anxious to see whats next. This is only a testament, which confirms big things are ahead for Ayron Jones.

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