Charleston Live: Faline, She Returns From War, Jordan Igoe

Charleston Music Hall Presents:

Charleston Live: Faline, She Returns From War, Jordan Igoe

Thu · March 2, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$15 - Individual | $10 - Student (Box Office Only)

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Charleston Live
The Charleston Music Hall is thrilled to present our new series: “Charleston LIVE.” This series will be a bi-monthly series showcasing the city and region’s best bands and musicians. Each artist will play a 30-minute set with a short Q and A after their set with a community leader. This series seeks to present a unique experience to the audience, as we build a conversation about what inspires the bands and artists to create. These hard working musicians can be seen in bars, clubs, and venues throughout Charleston and The Southeast, and we want to celebrate them as well as present them to new audiences while uncovering the stories behind the music. Each show will have a unique host who will lead us through the evening. If we had to make a comparison, think Grande Ole Opry meets VH1 Behind the Music. Come out and celebrate the music that make Charleston great as well as hopefully learn about some new artists performing in your city.
She Returns From War
She Returns From War
Charleston, South Carolina’s Hunter Park is She Returns From War, a project that has, over the past few years, evolved from abandoned-house folk to a lush, cosmic Americana sound. Often joined by vocalist Jesse Ledford and drummer Charlie King, She Returns from War hooks listeners with hauntingly beautiful harmonies, poignant and introspective lyrics, and an altogether intimate experience.

From debut EP Coyote Soda’s DIY charm to the mystic folk of Oh, What a Love, 2015’s full-length release, to her engaging live performances, She Returns From War consumes you with stories and invites you into her wonderful world filled with wild winds, twisted truths, and a thousand flowers. For Hunter, that’s the whole point of making music. ‘I love people,” she says. “I love being able to give as much as myself as I can, and I think when I actually get to interact with people, I’m much happier.”

The Cosmic Ghost Queen of Charleston, Hunter — with her tasseled dresses, wide-brimmed hats, and silvery locks — gives back as much as she gets from the Holy City’s burgeoning music scene. Though much of her influence growing up came from the likes of Emmylou Harris and Skeeter Davis, Hunter is most inspired by her musical friends from the city that’s pegged to be the next Austin. An essential figure to the scene herself, Hunter has shared stages with the local artists she holds most dear, like Rachel Kate, Jordan Igoe, and Shovels & Rope — the latter of whom featured a She Returns from War poster the video for “Mary Ann & One Eyed Dan.” Hunter has also performed such festivals as Rockabilly on the Route, South Sounds, Jezeball, and Hopscotch.

Hunter was voted the Charleston City Paper's singer-songwriter of the year for 2016.

With the help of local producer Wolfgang Zimmerman She Returns From War will be finishing up a sophomore record to release in 2017. Spotlighting a great deal of South Carolina talent, she has asked members of bands E.T. Anderson, The Artisanals, and Susto to join her in the studio for what she says will be a matured sound building off her Americana roots. She says with a smile "South Carolina has an absolutely gorgeous music scene, I am always humbled to call this community of musicians my family. These aren't all gonna be love songs but there is a lot of love in these songs."
There is no joy without suffering, no knowledge gained without time lost..

The music inspires life within this very plane. It questions what is morally just or morally bankrupt: highlights how the concept of right and wrong that shapes us all is only a summation of our own life experiences. FALINE hints at this question, and aims to convey the grey that exists between the black and white.

FALINE is a band created and fronted by Jenna Faline Ave-Lallemant. The songs, heavily driven by her lyrics, are inspired by the many experiential insights of the difficulty of life, the wisdom in folly, and the vulnerability love instills within those who take its hand.
Jordan Igoe
Jordan Igoe
Born and raised in Charleston, SC, Jordan Igoe is a singer-songwriter, whose songs are as Southern and soulful as she is. The multi-instrumentalist has been playing professionally for over ten years as a solo performer, and with a rotating lineup of stellar backup musicians around Charleston and regionally around the Southeast. Having grown up in a musical family, Igoe taught herself how to play the piano at age 10 and picked up the guitar a few years later, and writes catchy, heartfelt songs with both instruments. It is her raw, soulful voice, however, that immediately grabs the listener and holds on.
Venue Information:
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403