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Oracle Blue

Oracle Blue

Jan 24th 2020 @ Catawba Brewing Company Downtown Morganton

Morganton, NC
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About Oracle Blue
Genres:
Funk, Pop, Alternative, Jazz
Band Members:
Zachery Douglas, Liz Kelley, McKinley Devilbiss, Wade McMillan, J.P. Taylor
Hometown:
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Oracle Blue is enticingly unequivocal when it comes to genre-branding, marrying musical nostalgia with newfangled soundscapes. Under the banners of Swank-Pop and Alt-Jazz...
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Friday, January 24th, 2020
8:00 PM
Catawba Brewing Company Downtown Morganton
212 S Green St, Morganton, NC 28655
About the band--
Oracle Blue is enticingly unequivocal when it comes to genre-bending, marrying musical nostalgia with newfangled soundscapes. Under the banners of Swank-Pop and Alt-Jazz they craft for themselves a realm entirely their own with strong female vocals garnished by multi-instrumentalists in the rhythm and horn sections.

The band's resume includes performances at Montreux, Vienne and Umbria Jazz Festivals, a DownBeat Student Music Award for Outstanding Performance in the Blues/Pop/Rock category, and the honor of being selected through competition by five-time GRAMMY Award winner Lalah Hathaway to open for two performances on her 2018 'Honestly' tour. Their debut album, Gilded Kingdoms, is comprised primarily of original works, and also includes reimaginings of jazz standards "Don't Explain" (Billie Holiday) and "On Green Dolphin Street" (Bronisalw Kaper). Gilded Kingdoms is available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, and at OracleBlueBand.com.
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About Oracle Blue
Genres:
Funk, Pop, Alternative, Jazz
Band Members:
Zachery Douglas, Liz Kelley, McKinley Devilbiss, Wade McMillan, J.P. Taylor
Hometown:
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Oracle Blue is enticingly unequivocal when it comes to genre-branding, marrying musical nostalgia with newfangled soundscapes. Under the banners of Swank-Pop and Alt-Jazz...
Read More