Jeremie Albino w/ Benjamin Dakota Rogers
Friday, March 08, 2024 at 10pm

Jeremie Albino w/ Benjamin Dakota Rogers
Friday, March 8th, 2024
19+ w/ Valid ID

$15 + tax in advance online starting on Friday, October 20th by visiting (service charges apply to online sales – refunds due to show cancellation will be for the face value of the ticket only)
$18 + tax day of – online/at the door (if tickets still remain)

Jeremie Albino’s grainy ballads are inflected with a joyous tenor that has found him a
distinct space in the world of Americana, folk, blues, and country. Reimagining the
image of the lonesome wanderer, his music is rooted in the instant when everyone in a
room experiences the same moment in a multitude of different ways—embodying
solitude and connection all at once. Starting out playing late-night gig slots, Jeremie’s
rigour has landed him a blossoming touring career. Garnering attention from the
community and press alike, he’s heralded as “a true resurgence of the most authentic
blues brought to life through the eyes of a modern and young, but old-soul artist ”
(American Songwriter) and “the next in line of emotive band leaders that project soul
and directness atop a head-turning sound” (Glide Magazine).

Benjamin Dakota Rogers wields one of those distinct, immediate,
and truly wild voices. With a studied nod to old-time and bluegrass
rhythms, his unvarnished sound effectively smashes the barrier
between past and present.

Delivering songs from a deep well of passion for storytelling, Rogers’
lyric sensibility is rare among young artists. His most recent single,
“John Came Home” is a haunting take on the murder ballad. “I’d had
the riff for about six months,” he says. “I tend to write short stories and
convert them into songs.” John Came Home is full of upbeat boldness
and ghostly ire that culminates in a direct hit to the chest.