Wreckless Strangers, Bay Area Americana troubadours noted for their prolific songwriting and energetic live shows, are set to play the newly re-opened Peri’s in downtown Fairfax on Friday, April 8. Peri’s is a true original and one of Marin County’s most beloved live music venues. Closed since the pandemic began, Peri’s opened its doors to the public on March 17.
The Wreckless Strangers recently released “Ain't No Thing,” the second single from their forthcoming album, When the Sun and a Blue Star Collide. Scheduled for release on May 20, the album was produced by GRAMMY-winning and nine-time Juno Award-winner Colin Linden. Penned by Chris Stapleton and John Scott Sherrill, and originally recorded by Bucky Covington, “Ain’t No Thing” was a song the band was eager to make their own when they first heard Wynnona & The Big Noise perform it at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival. The Sound Cafe premiered “Ain’t No Thing'' recently. Complimenting the Wreckless Strangers' natural ability to stretch musical boundaries, “The Wreckless Strangers’ music echoes their California Americana beginnings, while exploring endless combinations of the unique qualities of rock, country, soul and roots.” (The Sound Cafe)
Wreckless Strangers Live at Peri’s w/ Pardon the Interruption
WHEN: Friday, April 8, 2022; 9 p.m.
WHERE: Peri’s, 29 Broadway, Fairfax, CA 94930
TICKETS: $15, available online now
Stream “Ain’t No Thing” Now: https://featr.us/aintnothing
About Wreckless Strangers:
Wreckless Strangers is a collective of six seasoned Bay Area musicians known for their collaborative songwriting and high-energy live shows, performing an infectious blend of music they call "California country soul." The band features Amber Morris (premier vocal coach noted for her work with members of Journey and Mr. Big) on vocals; David Noble (Poor Man's Whiskey, Pardon the Interruption) on lead guitar, vocals; Joshua Zucker (The Jones Gang, Rowan Brothers) on bass; Austin de Lone (Nick Lowe, Elvis Costello, The Fabulous Thunderbirds) on keys; Mick Hellman (The Go to Hell Man Band) on drums and vocals; and Rob Anderson (repeat world champion cyclist) on guitar. Over the course of their six years together, the Wreckless Strangers have released two records and become fan favorites at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival. Their upcoming album, When the Sun and a Blue Star Collide, is produced by GRAMMY-winning artist/producer/guitarist Colin Linden (Bob Dylan, Emmy Lou Harris, Keb' Mo, Alison Krauss & Robert Plant).