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SUITE 709 PLAY ALBUM RELEASE AT ANTONE’S (7/7)
Blues/Soul outlet Suite 709 will celebrate the release of their first full length album, Night & Day, by bringing their energetic stage performance to Antone’s on Saturday, July 7th. Doors open at 8PM, and the band will be joined by the soulful sounds of Ben Baxter, Tje Austin, and Deep Ella. View and share their invitation on Facebook. You can also RVSP by clicking here. Tickets run $10 for GA admission or $30 for a VIP, which gets you a signed vinyl copy of the album.
Click here to purchase your ticket. Night & Day comes out July 9, 2012.
“This passionate, genre-hopping group is an example of successful blending of many types of musical energy into a unique yet accessible sound,” says Sarah Whited from Music Connection Magazine.
Additionally, the Austin Chronicle Music Awards named Suite 709 as one of the “top 5 soul/blues bands of 2011.”
After forming in Austin, Texas in July of 2009, Suite 709 quickly gained popularity through their innovative use on social media tools and their ability to trigger a party at every performance. Platinum Producer Dwight Baker (Kelly Clarkson, Bob Schneider, Blue October) caught wind of the band in early 2011, and fans quickly funded a Kickstarter campaign to record the band’s debut EP, Keys.
Following a warm reception of their first release, Suite 709 hit the studio to record their first full length, Night & Day, with Baker, which resulted in 11 tracks that charm listeners with a carpe diem attitude towards life, love, and loss. Ranging from the upbeat, empowering anthem “Life Won’t Let You Down” to the wishful, longing ode to love “Miss You The Most (True Love)”, the album tells a story of playful devotion and the desire dance away stress and be carefree. From the nostalgia of lost love in “She Don’t Even Know” to the opposites-attractive tale “Apples and Oranges”, Suite 709′s genuinely honest chemistry is felt through their thoughtful songwriting while the band’s ability to effortlessly blend genres has drawn comparisons from reviewers to everyone from Fitz and the Tantrums to the likes of Michael Jackson to James Brown.