Shakey Graves

WITH FUTUREBIRDS

Thursday, July 18, 2024
Door 6pm Show 7:30pm
$44.10 to $49
Shakey Graves with special guests Futurebirds

Artist Presale 4/9/24 at 10am
Spotify Presale 4/10/24 at 10am
Newberry Sound Association Presale 4/11/24 at 10am
Public onsite 4/12/24 at 10am 

Ticket descriptions are as follows: 
General Admission-This ticket is on our main floor, closest access to the stage and standing room only.
Loft Ticket: This ticket is for our loft area which has limited first come, first serve seating.
NSA Ticket-these are exclusive to our Newberry Sound Association members and include the loft, see link for more information. thenewberrymt.com/sound-association/
All ticket sales are final


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Across his career, Shakey Graves — a.k.a. the performance moniker of Austin, Texas-born Alejandro Rose-Garcia — has intentionally created thrilling musical adventures tailored to each fan: burning CDs and putting them in personalized decorated bags; building intricate scavenger hunts that send fans in search of unique tapes; and Bandcamp-exclusive releases.

"The fans and musicians that really resonate with me — and the inexplicable ways that I find things that I like — are usually entirely through randomness and chaos and accident," Rose-Garcia says. "I've always been on this quest to make people feel like my own music is a choose your own adventure."

As Rose-Garcia releases his new Shakey Graves album Movie of the Week — a collection of songs whittled down from epic-length recording sessions — he has devised one of his most innovative musical adventures yet. "For the album release, I'm setting up a website," he says. "On this website, there will be a way to shuffle a collection of alternate tracks and unique songs from the sessions in seemingly infinite combinations to create new albums." Thanks to this cutting-edge technology, fans will be able to own this alternate version and do whatever they want with it — giving them control over the destiny of the music.

"Imagination really is the tool," Rose-Garcia says. "The point is to make and create something yourself. Any way that I can allow people to apply their imagination over my music — and allow them to sculpt it using their own prompts — will let them create something new."

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