Kendall Street Company Are Bringing Their Energetic Live Show To Brooklyn
Virginia's own Kendall Street Company has announced a new tour date, as they'll be returning to Brooklyn, NY for a performance at the famous Knitting Factory in Williamsburg. The show, set to take place on Friday, March 2nd, will also feature an opening set by up-and-comers South Hill Banks.
Kendall Street Company formed in early 2013, when acoustic guitarist & vocalist Louis Smith and saxophonist Andrew Drehoffdecided to expand upon their experiences as local musicians in the Virginia Beach music scene. The pair moved from Virginia Beach to Charlottesville to attend the Univerity of Virginia, and it was there that they harnessed their musical powers and formed a band of their own. With the addition of fellow University of Virginia students Brian Roy on bass and vocals, and Ryan Wood on drums & percussion, the band, which fuses psychedelic grooves with acoustic jams and indie and ska influences, quickly outgrew it's Charlottesville roots and has turned into one of the best and fastest rising bands in the region, with a lights-out live show that continues to impress audiences up and down the East Coast. Over the years, the band has added several new members to the mix, with Andrew King on keyboards, Ben Laderberg on electric guitar, and Jake Vanaman on saxophone rounding out the band's current sound.
Kendall Street Company burst out in a big way following their appearance at the 2017 LOCKN' Music Festival, and the release of their album Space For Days, which was unveiled back in September.