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Minneapolis band The Poor Nobodys play Missouri in June & August

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The Poor Nobodys Announce Summer Tour Dates
“The music is a powerful, sultry blend of folk and jazz, with a hint of classical sounds.” -The Northeaster, Minneapolis

After the release of their first album, The Poor Nobodys were reviewed as “one of the most promising Minneapolis acts today” by Sputnik Music. This summer, the group will venture out on four Midwest Tours and has four tour dates scheduled for Missouri.

Begin with a solid bluegrass instrumentation, add a layer of Wurlitzer piano, stark electric guitar, haunting female vocals and you’ve got that gypsy-chamber sound of The Poor Nobodys. Easily characterized as music from a film score, their original compositions weave unconventional melodies through rustic roots, all the while refining a carefully chaotic meter.

The Poor Nobodys continue to fuse the familiar with the peculiar with their second album, “Until I uproot and walk again” and they're taking it on the road. Join them at any of these venues:

June 3- Sideshow :: Columbia, MO
June 4- Record Bar :: Kansas City, MO

August 25- Riot Room :: Kansas City, MO
August 26- Bottomfeeder Bay :: Warrensburg, MO

“Epic, yet grounded largely in folk and classical territories, The Poor Nobodys [are] a varied and multi-dimensional take on the spaghetti-western soundtrack genre as typified by Ennio Morricone - combining this, elements of Chopin, and a strong Americana base yields distinct (and decidedly good) results.” - -Sobhi Abdul-Rakhman, Sputnik Music

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