Thu, Feb. 13th, 2014 · The Cannery Ballroom · $17 adv | $20 DOS - SOLD OUT!

Lightning 100 & AEG Live / The Messina Group present

Lord Huron

with Superhumanoids

Thu, Feb. 13th, 2014

Lightning 100 & AEG Live / The Messina Group present

Lord Huron

with Superhumanoids

$17 adv | $20 DOS - SOLD OUT!
Doors: 7:00pm
Show: 8:00pm
Ages: 18+
The Cannery Ballroom

Thu, Feb. 13th, 2014

The Cannery Ballroom
Doors: 7:00pm
Show: 8:00pm
Ages: 18+
$17 adv | $20 DOS - SOLD OUT!
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Lightning 100 & AEG Live / The Messina Group present

Lord Huron

with Superhumanoids

Lord Huron


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Lord Huron is a musical and visual project created by Ben Schneider. Originally a solo project, collaborators now include Mark Barry (percussion, vocals), Miguel Briseno (bass, percussion), Brett Farkas (guitar, vocals) and Tom Renaud (guitar, vocals). Ben Schneider was born in Michigan and started playing music as a child. He studied art in college and lived in France and New York before moving to Los Angeles in 2005 to pursue a career in the visual arts.

In May 2010, Schneider traveled home to Michigan and spent a week on the shores of Lake Huron. There at the lake, where many of his formative experiences had come to pass, Schneider recorded the three songs that would comprise the Into the Sun EP. He released the EP online in June and dispersed a small number of CDs complete with his own artwork. Lord Huron's first live show was in August 2010. Schneider released his second EP, Mighty, in November 2010.

The band toured heavily in 2011, continuing to develop a live show. In January 2012, Lord Huron signed with independent label, IAMSOUND Records. The first full-length album from Lord Huron, Lonesome Dreams will be released in September 2012.

Superhumanoids


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In the summer of 2010, Superhumanoids was birthed under the hazy air and bright blue skies of Los Angeles. A fascination for electronic sounds, instruments, pedals, and more, aesthetically united Max, Sarah, and Cameron. Like a petri dish growing each day, the band spent their time together intertwining and experimenting with their R&B upbringings and love for pop music. Bartered studio time, extensive touring, and the release of two EPs set the stage for what was to come and in the fall of 2011 these forces coalesced to create Exhibitionists.

Exhibitionists is the soundtrack to the last moments of dusk in LA. With swooning guitars, glimmering air, soaring melodies, the setting sun, and melting keyboards, something about the whole thing makes your breath stop short. Developed in the home studios of the Superhumanoids, the record takes a completely hands on approach from the trio. With each synth and guitar sound being completely made from scratch, the record brings a homegrown feel that encapsulates the thumps of the beating heart and lulls of swaying palm fronds from LA. And just as the record takes those elements and brings them to life, the live performance of Exhibitionists only continues to further that distinction. Despite being wrapped in an electronic blanket, the trio unravels each songs core to take the listener on a journey that highlights the living R&B undertones and driving groove that brings to light the soul of the record. What is found in the sticky air of the city of angels is found here in Exhibitionists, to ease between the spaces of your body, make you dance, and bring you home.

AEG Live / The Messina Group


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Lightning 100


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Lightning 100, owned by Tuned In Broadcasting, Inc., has called Nashville "home" for more than 23 years and is the city`s longest running independently owned adult alternative radio station.

We were recently voted "Best Rock/Pop Station" in the Nashville Scene`s Readers` Poll for the 14th year in a row.

We also received six awards at the March of Dimes` Achievement in Radio (A.I.R.) Awards ceremony, including Best Locally Produced Specialty Show for Retro Lightning; Broadcast Leadership Award for Dan Buckley; Best Locally Produced Public Affairs Program for Soup Sunday; Best Afternoon Drive Show- Music Format and Best Show Producer for David Hall; and Best Entertainment Interview for Lightning 100`s interview with Lindsey Buckingham.

Originally known as WIZO-FM, WRLT-FM has been broadcasting to Middle Tennessee on 100.1 MHz since November 16, 1961. Licensed to Franklin, Tenn., WIZO-FM was the FM counterpart of WIZO (AM) 1380. After a number of ownership, format and name changes, it became Rebel 100 in 1987 as WWRB-FM and was one of the country`s first alternative rock stations.

In the fall of 1988, it changed owners, switched call letters to WRLT-FM and changed formats to "Nashville`s Lite 100." As Lite 100 faltered in the ratings, it was obvious that a major overhaul was necessary to make the station appeal to more than just the aviary creatures inhabiting our transmitting tower.

On March 5, 1990, "Radio Lightning" debuted and changed the face of Nashville radio as we know it. WRLT is a true anamoly in a crowded radio environment.

When WRLT first switched formats to Radio Lightning, our studios were located in a rather mundane Brentwood office park. In March of 1991, our studios moved downtown to the hip and cool Second Avenue. We watched Second Avenue grow to become a tourist mecca.

In January 1995, we moved to a perch on top of the Life and Casualty (L & C) Tower at Fourth Ave. North and Church St.

Then, in 2005 we took up residence among the artists` lofts and Yazoo Brewers at Marathon Village.