Stephen Kellogg with Fort Atlantic and Adam Baker of Annuals
Stephen Kellogg's music has been described as Americana, singer-songwriter, country rock, folk, and even pop. He describes it as American rock 'n roll, with influences from his childhood including Jim Croce, The Band, and The Eagles. He has had a long successful career, touring with acts such as James Brown, NeedtoBreathe, OAR, and Martin Sexton to name a few. We're looking forward to his upcoming show at Saint Rocke.
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Stephen Kellogg has performed more than 1500 concerts in the last decade or so. Most recently he's traveled Europe with Josh Ritter and landed on an aircraft carrier in the middle east to perform for the Armed Forces. Though his songs are in the tradition of classic artists like Jackson Browne and John Prine, he's been called "the best live act you've never seen" by CBS Radio. Additionally, Stephen Kellogg has well publicized affection for his role as father to four daughters and husband to a high school sweetheart which would almost be enough to make you not like the guy if he wasn't so, well...likable. For an evening of uplifting songs about life, love and the pursuit (and sometimes failure) of obtaining happiness, catch Kellogg on this intimate tour. He will be performing with an acoustic trio and doing different songs each night spanning the last 10 years of his career.
Fort Atlantic: Fort Atlantic is analog warmth and digital madness, quiet songs of searching and anthemic songs of discovery. “We balance between heartbeats and hard drives,” says Jon Black, singer and writer for Fort Atlantic. Whether it’s the one-take troubadour folk song of suburban escape “New York Lights” or the nine-minute Bladerunner meets Gibson Guitars movement of “I’m Wrong”, Fort Atlantic’s debut truly stretches the divide of the current musical landscape. The live show is a tug-of-war between humanity and technology mirroring the existence of our city streets and signal searching while never losing sight that each song tells our story in this binary
Adam Baker: Singer/Songwriter for Annuals.