JUMP, LITTLE CHILDREN
Visulite Theatre (16+ (Must have ID) - Under 16 with Parent Only)
Doors Open: 6:00 - Show Starts: 7:00
Tickets: $25.00 (Advance) / $30.00 (Day of Show)
2019 marks the 25th year that Jump, Little Children is a “must see live” band known for its high-energy shows. With an eclectic mix of musical influences from ethereal chamber pop to guitar driven alt-rock, they have built a grass-roots following of devoted fans across the country. After over a decade of touring and recording they announced an indefinite hiatus in 2005. In 2015, a 10-year reunion tour that sold out in minutes re-energized the band to begin touring again, and fan-fund the 2018 critically acclaimed album "Sparrow".
The band’s current activities include a self-proclaimed experiment via crowdfunding platform Patreon, at patreon.com/jumplittlechildren. Each month, rare and never-heard live recordings, B-sides, and brand new demos are released, in addition to episodes of an audio documentary called “Cool Demo” which dives deep into the making of Sparrow and history of the band. In December 2019, Jump, Little Children will launch a tour that will wind along the East Coast and dip into the Midwest. The group has many treats in store for their devoted fan base, promising both pre-hiatus tunes and brand new music.
Be sure to follow the band’s adventures @jumplittlechildren on Facebook and Instagram! For concert tickets and general information, visit jumplittlechildren.com.
w/ special guests HULA HI-FI
Start Time: 7:00
Surrounded by weathered ukuleles, a haunting steel guitar, and the lush, cinematicweight of The Brno Philharmonic Orchestra (Czech Republic), singers Danica Dora andJosh Kaler set off towards an uncharted archipelago on Hula Hi-Fi’s debut, “The Isle ofForgotten Dreams”. The record takes the best elements of Hawaiian music andbaptizes them in a moonlit tidal pool of strings, electronics, and songwriting unafraid tochart the dark underbelly of the human heart. They call it ‘Hawaiian Noir’, an intimatesound full of longing and melancholy. The record took three years to make, and onlycame to exist thanks to a few people just crazy enough to try making it.As a multi-instrumentalist and producer in Nashville, Josh Kaler had spent the betterpart of a decade helping other artists make their dream records. While working witheveryone from Frances Cone and Jump Little Children to Matthew Perryman Jones, hewas also toiling away at a personal love: Hawaiian music and specifically the lap steelguitar. In 2014 he met singer-songwriter Danica Dora when co-producing her EP‘Together in Space’. Between other projects the two slowly started chipping away atthis burgeoning hobby, sketching out the songs that would become the backbone of‘The Isle of Forgotten Dreams’. When it became clear the project deserved more, theytook their labor of love to the most obvious place for a Hawaiian concept album: theCzech Republic.The world-renowned Brno Philharmonic Orchestra recorded their parts in 2019 and aprocess that had begun years ago was finally complete. Due for release in early 2020,‘The Isle of Forgotten Dreams’ is an epic opening statement from an act that somehowmines the mystery of exotic locales to explore the uncharted emotions that lie sunkenwithin each of us. They ached for a thing just out of reach... and grasped it.Catch Hula Hi-Fi this winter on their first national tour supporting Jump, Little Children.