Epiphany Center For The Arts / The Sanctuary (201 S. Ashland, Chicago)
7:30pm / Doors 6:30pm
$35 ticket includes 2 drinks BUY
Guitar hero Nick Moss paid his dues gigging in Chicago's blues clubs under the tutelage of some of the city’s greatest blues luminaries (Jimmy Dawkins, Buddy Scott, Willie "Big Eyes" Smith and Jimmy Rogers among them). His fiery fretwork, gruff, soul-charged vocals and memorable original songs place him in a league of his own. Living Blues says of his latest Alligator Records release (Lucky Guy),“Nick Moss's muscular, electric energy combines jaw-dropping guitar, gruff, soulful vocals and impassioned songwriting.”
Don't miss this special trio set with Nick, Rodrigo Mantovani and Patrick Seals, in an amazing, one-of-a-kind listening room. The Sanctuary at Epiphany Center for The Arts is an extraordinary new venue on the artsy edge of Chicago's vibrant West Loop. Housed on the campus of the former Church of the Epiphany at 201 S. Ashland, the Epiphany Center for the Arts will become one of the largest cultural destinations in the city.
The architecturally significant property was acquired by Chicago Developer David Chase. He and his wife, Kimberly Rachal, have spent $15 million preserving the historic church and its adjacent buildings while making big additions.
Artist website: www.nickmossband.com