Shaky Knees Presents

Jamestown Revival

With Cordovas

Friday, May 3
11:00PM doors / 11:30PM show
18 and Over
  • Price$19.00 - $22.00

Jamestown Revival

Since their debut in 2014, Jamestown Revival has been building an extensive fan base through grass roots support and relentless touring, performing at iconic venues from the Ryman Auditorium to Red Rocks Amphitheater as well as festivals such as Coachella, Austin City Limits and Stagecoach among countless others. Led by Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance – who have maintained a close friendship since meeting at age 15 in Magnolia, TX – Jamestown Revival is pursuing their own musical vision by focusing on their roots and harmonies. Most of the time, Clay takes lead vocal with Chance on high harmony, a striking blend that appears effortless. This obvious camaraderie is a big part of the group’s appeal. “People say they can see it and they can feel it,” Clay says. “I mean, we’ve been friends forever, it feels like. It’s a brotherhood. We don’t always like each other but we love each other, you know? We truly enjoy being able to do what we do, to make music and travel together.”


The Cordovas are Joe Firstman, Lucca Soria, Jon Loyd and Graham Spillman. based in Nashville, TN, Cordovas sound is rooted in harmony, songwriting and musicianship. Firstman released two albums on Atlantic Records in the early 2000's including the acclaimed War of Women. 24-year-old songsmith, Des Moines' Lucca Soria writes, sings and plays lead guitar. He has several compositions on the forthcoming Cordovas album. Keyboardist Jon Loyd,a native of Macon, GA, sings high notes and possesses a piano style that makes the band’s sound at once recognizable and unforgettable. Born in Redondo Beach California, Graham Spillman is on drums. The 25-year-old Berkeley- College-of-Music‐drop-out also sings and pens tunes for the group. Cordovas will release a new full-length album produced by two time Grammy Nominee Kenneth Pattengale, of Milk Carton Kids, spring 2017. Jamie Ruben, Nashville Legend and owner of the storied music venue, Family Wash says of the band "They're fantastic! Beautiful and real music, a rarity these days." Long time booker Tom Bianchi of Boston's, The Burren, says "Easily one of the best bands we've had in 20 years"