Delta Rae: THE LIGHT & DARK TOUR

Friday, November 19
Doors: | 7pm // Show: | 8pm
$22 to $50

Delta Rae: THE LIGHT & DARK TOUR
with Carrie Welling and Wyn Starks

at Thunderbird Music Hall
Pittsburgh, PA
Friday, November 19, 2021
Doors at 7pm
Show at 8pm

18+ or accompanied by legal guardian

UPDATED COVID-19 POLICY: www.thunderbirdmusichall.com/safety
*Must show proof of vaccination or negative PCR test within 48 hours of show, upon entry*


Spark and Shadows VIP Experience:
-Commemorative VIP laminate
-Exclusive signed 8×10 photo
-10% off at merch table on show day
-Exclusive, reusable, tour tote
-One individual meet and greet with Delta Rae
-One individual photo opportunity with Delta Rae
-2 songs performed and questions answered
-Early entry and priority check in
-Dedicated on-site VIP host
*VIP Upgrades do NOT include a ticket to the show, you must also purchase your general admission ticket along with your VIP Upgrade.

www.deltarae.com
Earthy, familial alt-pop outfit Delta Rae skillfully juggle gospel-tinged country-rock, sensual blue-eyed soul, and harmony-laden Americana, resulting in an infectious, radio-ready sound that falls somewhere between Nickel Creek and Adele. Formed in 2009 as a four-piece around the talents of siblings Ian, Eric, and Brittany Hölljes, along with Elizabeth Hopkins, the North Carolina-based band expanded to a sextet the following year with the additions of Mike McKeeand Grant Emerson

www.carriewelling.com
Carrie Welling’s bold, sultry voice, reminiscent of Sheryl Crow’s grit, Natalie Maines’ twang, and Stevie Nicks’ heart, is upstaged only by the genuine love and connection this natural performer has with her fans both on and off stage. Through the process of creating her latest work, a collection of songs that encapsulate Carrie’s determination to embrace self-love, self-care, and leave the past behind, she’s found a place of peace and healing, recognizing that authenticity and vulnerability is the glue that binds us all.

www.wynstarks.com
A modern-day pop-soul pioneer, Wyn Starks builds a bridge between the old-school music that filled his childhood — from the soulful sweep of Motown classics to the bright sparkle of ’80s hitmakers like Whitney Houston and Michael Jackson — and the grooves, hooks, and genre-bending bounce of contemporary radio. It’s a sound that celebrates not only the multi-octave range of his elastic vocals, but also the power of his songwriting.
Delta Rae is an American folk rock band formed in Durham, North Carolina. The band consists of three siblings Ian Hölljes (vocals and guitar), Eric Hölljes (vocals, guitar, piano and keys) and Brittany Hölljes (vocals), as well as Elizabeth Hopkins (vocals), Mike McKee (percussion) and Grant Emerson (bass guitar). They began as a four-piece ensemble and added McKee and Emerson to the dynamic in 2010. Their name hails from a fictional story the Hölljeses' mother intended to write about a Southern girl named Delta Rae who summons the Greek gods to earth. The band debuted at Duke University in October 2009.
No stranger to change or the journey that comes with it, Carrie Welling has been behind the wheel of her musical experience from a young age. The newly minted indie country-pop songstress has carved a remarkable path of sound and story, with all roads leading to her recent rebirth as a solo artist in Nashville, TN. Her bold, rich voice, reminiscent of Natalie Maines and Stevie Nicks, is upstaged only by the genuine love and confidence this natural performer exudes on stage. Melodies rich in country roots, paired with edgy rock lyrics drenched in Welling’s city-bred past are stunningly showcased in “The Edge,” Welling’s latest EP, produced by Dave Pittenger and crowd-funded through independent artist ambassador, Pledge Music. From the arena-pleasing, empowering track, “How To Lose Him,” to the vulnerably honest, “Some Kind of Vulture,” fans of all ages and musical tastes will find a piece of themselves in Welling’s work.