January 18, 2019 | doors at 9:00pm
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Triple Ds presents:
Vito Romeo
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Steve Nebraska
Combining catchy melodies with universal themes of love, sadness, and spirituality, Atlanta, Georgia-based Singer/Songwriter Steve Nebraska has a Pop/Rock sound all his own. As a multi-instrumentalist, Steve is equally at home on the electric or acoustic guitar in addition to the piano. Influenced by versatile artists such as The Beatles, R.E.M., and Wilco, his song catalog includes a wide variety of styles and genres, yet the material blends together with his thoughtful lyrics and straightforward arrangements. His songs have been featured on Atlanta radio stations ALT 105.7 and 99X. With his three-piece band featuring Josh Schicker (A Stranger and a Friend) on bass and Andrew Bennett (Big Murder) on drums, Steve’s live shows are beginning to attract an enthusiastic following in the Atlanta area.
Sara Rachele
The daughter of a baby-boomer painter and Italian/Slavic immigrant, Sara Rachele (pronounced ra-kelly) grew up a studio rat and folk child. Working for free cleaning out the cupboards at famed Atlanta acoustic hotspot Eddie’s Attic, she met countless musicians and writers and fell into bands as a side-player before she even knew how to write a song.

Rachele, The NYC East Villager got her base in songwriting growing up in those folk clubs in Decatur, GA -- watching and learning from the storytellers of the area. After she was swooped up by music manager in town, she met a cast of alt-rockers, eventually moving to the City to learn life's lessons, and write them out in song like those before her. After setting up secondary shop in Atlanta's own East Atlanta Village, Rachele returns often to create and record music with some of the best of Atlanta's rock'n'roll family. Her upcoming release “Scorpio Moon,” out March 2019, features members of soul record makers the Dap-Kings, creating a throwback, yet modern crooning sound all her own.

Rachele's folk-alternative music is currently on AAA, satellite, and college radio, dubbed "sublime," by SPIN Magazine, Rachele and her acoustic guitar have shared the stage with the likes of rockers and folkies alike, such as Shawn Mullins, Shawn Colvin, & Lisa Loeb and Butch Walker.
Vito Romeo
i write a ton of songs some are hits some really stink..all inspired by the lovely human women of earth.