EPIPALOOZA: A Night For Epilepsy at Visulite Theatre on 06/02/2019

EPIPALOOZA: A Night For Epilepsy

EPIPALOOZA: A Night For Epilepsy


Visulite Theatre (16+ (Must have ID) - Under 16 with Parent Only)

Doors Open: 5:30 - Show Starts: 6:30

Tickets Still Available at Door


EpiPalooza: A Night for Epilepsy is a fundraiser for the Epilepsy Foundation. This is the inaugural event. Founder, Matt Perrone of EpiPalooza has lived with Epilepsy since 1993 and after his eldest daughter had a seizure in late 2018, he realized it was time to give back to the Epilepsy community. In addition to music, there will be door prizes, raffles, and more.  All proceeds from tonight’s event will be donated to the Epilepsy Foundation.  You can also support the fundraiser online, at this link below:  www.epilepsyfoundation.donordrive.com/participant/Matt-Perrone


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Hailing from the Red Roof Inn, the driver's seat of a Honda Fit, the floor of the airport, the guest bedroom at your Aunt's and Uncle's house, the back seat of a 15-passenger van, and New York City, Brian Dunne is the companion you never knew you wanted. Equipped with a Telecaster, a Gibson Hummingbird and 17 dollars, he is coming to your town to play his guts out and then stand by the merch table.

"Bug Fixes & Performance Improvements" was produced by Brian and released in May of 2017 independently. It garnered a great deal of attention based on the quality of the songwriting and musicality, landing Brian on NPR's Mountain Stage and 2017's Cayamo Cruise, and tours with The Secret Sisters, Will Hoge, Rosanne Cash, Robert Earl Keen, Joan Osborne, Delbert McClinton, and a myriad of other songwriting heavyweights. The first two singles were picked up by SiriusXM radio, and if you visited a shopping mall during the spring of 2017, you probably heard the lead single "Don't Give Up On Me" being interrupted by an announcement that someone had lost their kid at the food court.

Brian followed the release of "Bug Fixes" with a live EP of stripped-down versions of previously released songs entitled “The Timber House Sessions”. Brian has now returned to the studio to begin his next LP with producer Andrew Sarlo (Big Thief, Nick Hakim, Local Natives), which is slated for release in early 2019 and expected to be "totally the most amazing thing you've ever heard," according to Brian's mom.

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Aslyn is known for her powerful voice and emotional connection to the stories she tells.  Listening to her music, you get the sense that you’ve stumbled across a trunk full of a stranger’s letters and that at any moment you’ll be discovered reading them.  They reveal the stories behind breakups and betrayals, yet they are buoyant, full of life and love.  
She has released 3 full length LPS, “Lemon Love” (Capitol Records), “Dandelion Sessions,” and “Five Live,” as well as a four-series EP set called “The Grand Garden EP.”  Her first album, Lemon Love, charted on Billboards top 40 chart and produced a top 20 radio single.  She was also featured on Zac Brown Band’s “Pass the Jar,” singing the duet she and Zac penned called “Trying to Drive."
After years of touring solo, having the privilege to share the stage with Chris Isaak, Gavin Degraw, and Zac Brown Band to name a few, she took a break from her solo career.  She joined pop star Kesha’s band as keyboardist and background singer.  In 2014, she and her husband, Kalen Nash (Ponderosa), spontaneously moved to Joshua Tree, California while starting a new project together called DEGA.  DEGA released a self titled album in February 2018 on Lemonade Records.  
Aslyn recently moved back to the Southeast and, naturally, is picking up where she left off.  She is currently touring with DEGA and simultaneously working on a new LP, "Aslyn Meet Kalen," to be released Fall of 2019.

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Broken Dreams

Featuring Matthew S. and Allison & David Matthews

The Real Matt Perrone & Friends



Start Time: 6:30



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