Flagship Romance & Nels Andrews

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Doors 7PM | Show 8PM
Tickets
$12 / Members $10

Flagship Romance & Nels Andrews

  • Alt Folk
  • Singer/Songwriter

Flagship Romance

  • Alt Folk
  • Singer/Songwriter

“When love and skill work together, expect a masterpiece.” – John Ruskin (1819-1900)

It may be that the famous English art critic Ruskin uttered these words well over a century ago, but they remain relevant today, perfectly describing the life of married couple Shawn Fisher and Jordyn Jackson.  As the Truth or Consequences, NM-based ‘Harmonic Alternative Folk’ duo Flagship Romance they live, work, and annually travel tens of thousands of miles together, deeply in love with each other and the process of bringing their emotionally powerful music to the people.  It is an inspiring union of hearts, minds and souls that entrances all who encounter them and their art.

Fluent, intense acoustic guitar playing; lyrics of life’s peaks, troughs, mysteries and wonders; soaring, yearning vocals; tender, though oft-anthemic melodies, and harmonies one could barely separate with a single human hair: this is the Flagship Romance sound.  Live, sharing a custom-built dual microphone stand, they deliver their beautiful material with passionate abandon, living each song as if it will be the last they will ever perform.  Such commitment to their music and stagecraft has, in just a few short years, seen the aptly-monikered Flagship Romance become huge favourites of the North American house concert circuit.  This suits them just fine, as Shawn and Jordyn’s preferred performance scenario is an intimate venue where the audience is tucked up close enough to them that they can hear them breathe (and, unfailingly, gasp at Shawn and Jordyn’s chemistry and dynamics).  Yet they have also appeared at festivals, clubs and concert halls, sharing stages with international acts including Half Moon Run, Iris DeMent, Mason Jennings and the Goo Goo Dolls.

Nels Andrews

  • Folk
  • Singer/Songwriter

Nels Andrews was born near some water, and then, for a long time lived in a desert near some chile peppers. In between he planted trees. Then he was in a tall city. Now he’s back near the sea. He likes the way stories sound when they’re sung.

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