Keeton Coffman with The Docs & The Lonely Wheel
September 8 @ 8:00 pm
“From the moment Keeton Coffman took the stage, it was painfully obvious that this guy belongs in front of a crowd at all times” (Houston Press). Heartland Rock and Roll perhaps best describes Coffman’s wide-ranging style on his first full-length album, Killer Eyes. From the heel-stomping corner pub song “What We’re Reaching For” and the dancehall flavor of “Ellie” and “Killer Eyes” to the Gospel-infused “The Mountain”, Keeton’s style of music evokes the small town Texas sound he grew up with, matched with the knuckle and grit of his true Rock and Roll soul.
Check out Keeton Coffman here: “What We’re Reaching For”
The Docs are a group of friends with the collective goal of creating a self identifiable rock sound. Since its inception, the Docs have emerged out of College Station blending sounds and styles in an effort to re-envision rock and roll.
The Docs have accrued accolades over the years, sharing stages with Bob Schneider, Black Pistol Fire, Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights, Whiskey Myers, the Weeks, Leopold and His Fiction, Sol Cat and countless other nationally-acclaimed acts while also rocking huge festivals such as the Pecan Street Festival, Rock The Republic, Firefest, Chilifest, and SXSW.
In short, The Docs are continuing to perfect their craft, creating a sound recognizable in its own right.
Check out The Docs here: “Egyptian Disco”
The Lonely Wheel
The Lonely Wheel was formed around the music, which has always been its priority. With influences ranging from Elvis Presley and Bill Withers, to The Oh Hellos, to Lupe Fiasco, The Lonely Wheel brings an eclectic blend of Folk, Blues, Soul, and more.
Check out The Lonely Wheel here: College Station House Show