RALEIGH, NC -- Local Americana rocker Steve Hartsoe returns to downtown Raleigh’s Deep South Bar Friday, March 30, performing songs from his latest album, “The Big Fix-Deluxe Edition.”
Hartsoe, who while honing his musical skills in his native San Francisco Bay Area opened for artists including The Smithereens, Tragically Hip, Mudhoney, Chris Isaak and Todd Rundgren, performs at Deep South with his band, The Beacon Souls.
Also on the bill are two talented Raleigh-area singer-songwriters -- Kevin Michael Thompson and Nathan Kornegay.
Doors open at 7 p.m., the 21-and-older show starts at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 and available at http://ticketf.ly/2p631Ct.
Deep South Bar
430 S. Dawson St., Raleigh
About Steve Hartsoe:
“Steve Hartsoe is able to wrest the deepest roots of Americana to deliver material that has at its core the key elements of rock ‘n’ roll and blues-rock, giving it a slightly retro-feel and a more global appeal than is normally the case with the genre.”
— Emerging Indie Bands, London
"Steve Hartsoe sings with the conviction of a nomad bleeding his heart dry, performing for anyone from the side of a boxcar."
— Richard Murray, POW Magazine, San Francisco