Apache Trails – Tickets – World Cafe Live – Wilmington Upstairs – Wilmington, DE – May 22nd, 2015

Apache Trails

Apache Trails

Karen Jonas

Fri · May 22, 2015

8:00 pm

World Cafe Live - Wilmington Upstairs

This event is all ages

All sales are final. Ticket prices do not include processing fees. There are no refunds or exchanges. Cameras & recording devices are not permitted. Showtime and supporting acts are subject to change.

All Upstairs tickets are General Admission. Dining is available at World Cafe Live at the Queen. To be assured of seating for an event, dining reservations are accepted for Upstairs Live, our full service restaurant. We recommend scheduling your reservation time 1½ to 2 hours before show time. For more information and to see menus, please read the Restaurant Info.

WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE SEATS are located on all seated levels of this theatre. For more information, please contact us at queentickets@worldcafelive.com or call 302-994-1400.

Apache Trails
Apache Trails
Apache Trails is a rowdy, unbridled and all together good time that'll leave the souls of your feet singing a tune of their own. Featuring a thunderous double-bass slapping alongside, soulful lead guitar, a freight-train rhythm and banjo carried along by a beautiful weave of voices delivered in a style that defies pigeonholing but might be described as a rootsy amalgam of folk, country, blues and whiskey.

Apache Trails is Jason Webb backed by a rotating cast of musicians from New Sweden, Boomslang, The Hold-Up, Bodega, The Bullets, Mad-Sweet Pangs and The Splashing Pearls – dang!
Karen Jonas
Karen Jonas
Fredericksburg-based artist Karen Jonas has been accused of beating her dad’s old Cortez acoustic guitar. Sometimes, the song requires it. But most of the time, Karen's rhythmic thumb-and-strum style just keeps the audience rapt and hanging on her every word. She's currently putting the finishing touches on her first official solo album (expected release date: March, 2014). The album features a rocking Alt-Country/Americana band, though you might also catch her solo or accompanied by Tim Bray on a hollow-bodied Gretsch.

Until 2009, Karen was best known as a highly skilled folk singer-songwriter with a quieter finger picking style and a soaring vibrato, who'd been singing her whole life in choirs and honors choruses, and embraced acoustic guitar on first hearing Joni Mitchell's Miles of Aisles. Moving to Fredericksburg in 2009 had a noticeable influence on Karen's writing and playing. Then a partnership with Alex Culbreth in 2011 led to a critically acclaimed CD under the name The Parlor Soldiers. When The Dust Settles featured drums, bass, and electric guitars alongside the acoustics. The experience left Karen with a desire to build excitement to new levels at her shows, and she began using a more aggressive sound to deliver the goods.

Karen's new album showcases a full band conjuring up the dusty old west and features boot-stomping originals that just might stomp your heart in the process. Her sultry vocals have some fans swearing she's stolen their hearts all the way from the stage. If you want to know how that works, you'd best come to a gig.
Venue Information:
World Cafe Live - Wilmington Upstairs
500 N. Market St.
Wilmington, DE, 19801
http://queen.worldcafelive.com/