Free Range Asheville bring Daniel Pujol to Ole Shakey’s, June 4


June 4, 2016


Ole Shakey’s
7pm – $5 at the door / 21+
790 Riverside Dr
Asheville, NC 28801
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“Nashville artist Daniel Pujol has built a reputation for engaging classic issues and contemporary ideas in a thoughtful, nuanced way rarely seen in rock’n’roll.” – Sobotka Literary Magazine

Daniel joins Free Range Asheville for a conversation and reading followed by a performance by his band Pujol at Ole Shakey’s.

Daniel Pujol writes poetry/prose, makes albums, and performs music. His band, PUJOL, is a Southern Gothic rock band from Nashville, TN. “Expansive, artistic, and smart, PUJOL are the thinking man’s punk band, packing energy and genre-bending sensibilities into releases that find a surprising amount of substance and depth.” – Philip Obenschain. PUJOL has released numerous singles, EPs and LPs on labels including Third Man Records, Infinity Cat Recordings, and Saddle Creek Records. Daniel’s writing has been published by The Nashville Cream, Third Man Books, Sobotka Literary Magazine, and The Walrus, etc. PUJOL’s newest release, KISSES, is a blend of writing and music. Daniel Pujol’s 2015 release KLUDGE, was recorded in a music venue near Nashville that doubles as a teen crisis center. Russell Bates from Sound it Out describes the record as “stripped-down, high-energy garage rock with artful lyrics and a wry sensibility. His vocal and instrumental style evokes Rocket From the Crypt and Supergrass, but his sound is more idiosyncratically lo-fi and his material more eclectic than either.”

About Alli Marshall
Alli Marshall has lived in Asheville for more than 20 years and loves live music, visual art, fiction and friendly dogs. She is the winner of the 2016 Thomas Wolfe Fiction Prize and the author of the novel "How to Talk to Rockstars," published by Logosophia Books. Follow me @alli_marshall

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