The 6-piece Americana-Rock phenoms, The Whiskey and the Devil Chaplain, are making their Sacramento debut at Naked Coffee on Saturday, May 22nd. The guys make up a fantastic mix of indie roots, folk and straight ahead Americana music. Formed at the latter-end of 2007, the Whiskey is making a name for themselves one show at a time through their knock-down live performances.
Here is just some of the attention they’ve been getting:
“The fellas that make up this Valley-born folk/bluegrass group played just a handful of songs, but it was enough to make an impression. They opened a February night show at the Cellar Door in Visalia for genre-faves Langhorne Slim and April Smith, and both were wowed by the six-piece experiment called Whiskey and the Devil Chaplain.” – Tom Price, The D Magazine
“Crystal clear tones, alluring lyrics and an aesthetic craft that leaves you wishing there were more than four songs, this is the kind of music you find yourself coming back to listen to over and over. This is not a band obsessed with overproduced songs and overpriced equipment. It’s raw and it’s honest, but still catchy and noteworthy.” – Allysa Laurel, The Campus
“Take in a show, you will not be disappointed!”– Ezekiel Simms–Nashboro Cane Cutters
Show starts at 8:30pm! $5.00