Friday Nights at Camp: The Get Right Band + Brother Oliver

Join us at Camp North End on Friday, July 12 for a FREE show featuring The Get Right Band and  Brother Oliver! Music begins at 6 pm.

THE GET RIGHT BAND: The Get Right Band is a psychedelic indie rock power trio committed to relentlessly following their muses to honest self-expression, to whatever excites them and pushes them into unexplored territory, to capturing some version of truth. American Songwriter writes that the Asheville, NC based group, “filters 60’s/70’s psychedelia and 90’s alternative rock through a modern lens–as if Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, and Nirvana co-wrote an album produced by Danger Mouse and Dan Auerbach.”

The Get Right Band formed in 2011, built around the musical brotherhood that guitarist/singer/songwriter Silas Durocher and bassist Jesse Gentry have formed playing music together since middle school. Durocher, who is a trained composer and has been commissioned to write for symphonies and chamber groups, has guitar chops that can soothe or rage, with a charismatic swagger as frontman and singer. Gentry’s virtuosic bass playing “catapults from elastic to nasty” (The Mountain Xpress). Completing the team is drummer extraordinaire, Jaze Uries, who is also a singer, songwriter, producer, photographer, and DJ. Over the years, GRB has defined their sound through constant evolution, building to the hook-driven, synth-heavy pop/rock/psych band they are today. The Huffington Post writes, “their songs are infectious and take you immediately to a place. The lyrics are smart and bear weight.”

BROTHER OLIVER: Brother Oliver is an award-winning band from Greenville, South Carolina. Known for their psychedelic / folk-rock stylings, they were one of the early pioneers of electrifying the mandolin through effects, and were on the leading edge of the brewery-boom music circuit.

Brother Oliver has shared the stage with iconic acts—The Steve Miller Band, Big Head Todd & The Monsters, SUSTO, of Montreal, and many more. The band has been critically acclaimed by major outlets such as HuffPost, American Songwriter, PopMatters—and their music has been featured in Film & TV soundtracks on HBO and PBS.

They were the winners of the inaugural ‘Artist of the Year’ award by the UMAs in 2019—which was the same year that August 30th was proclaimed as “Brother Oliver Day” by Mayor Knox in their home city of Greenville, South Carolina.

The brothers, Andrew and Stephen Oliver, star in the upcoming feature film How To Break A World Record—an action packed documentary about the band’s attempt to break a Guinness World Record for the longest marathon playing mandolin.


Jul 12 2024


6:00 pm - 9:30 pm


Camp North End
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