We are beyond thrilled (whooping as we write this in fact) to announce that The Indie Alley is bringing Texas-based artist Justin Furstenfeld of Blue October to The Indie Alley for a special morning acoustic session. We promised we would Make Magic Happen for our members!
If you don’t know Justin watch this stunning video blog: it speaks to the incredible beauty and complexity of this man and his life: of his transparent struggles with mental health, his meandering search for meaning and connection, of getting second-chances and figuring out what matters.
Justin is known for deeply lyrical and personal songs, a passionate honesty (his mother shows up, a lot), and an openness to his own story (substance abuse and all). He is someone who can truly inspire and compel us all to show up as better, and more human, people within our own lives.
Over an intimate morning acoustic performance, you’ll get to listen to and meet Justin at The Indie Alley. Space is, as you can imagine, limited. You have to be a member to attend. You can join here if you are not already a member. (We have memberships for as little as 30 dollars per month!)
Listen to this before you go: Fear. This floors us every time.
More info on Blue October: Originally from Houston, Texas, Blue October is known for its musically gifted line-up of musicians and one of the most magnetic and emotionally charged frontmen in music today. Comprised of Justin Furstenfeld (lead vocals, guitar), Jeremy Furstenfeld (drums), Ryan Delahoussaye (violin, piano, vocals) and Matt Noveskey (bass) These players have crafted a catalog of timeless songs over 9 albums that delivers one of the most musical and theatrical live performances on tour. “This decade-long journal follows the band and phoenix-like implosion and spiritual immersion of their front-man, who was born with a genius like gift to create hit music” - IMDB.
The band has been recording their new album, ‘I Hope You’re Happy, set to release Summer 2018. The I Hope You’re Happy World Tour kicks off March 7th in Amsterdam before heading to Germany, the UK, Scotland, Canada and the US.