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Courtney Lynn And Quinn Live At The Visulite Theatre – W/ Late Night Special And Ryan Armstrong
January 14 | 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm$14.00
Americana band Courtney Lynn And Quinn will be returning to Charlotte, and performing Visulite Theatre on January 14th!
They’ll be joined by Charlotte’s own Late Nate Special, with an opening performance by Ryan Armstrong.
Courtney Lynn & Quinn have been busy lately. The married, front-women are putting out their style of Americana and Indie-Folk music. In July of 2021, they released a new single,Reminiscing, which takes their beautifully layered vocal harmonies and unforgettable songwriting to the next level, exploring deeper themes of coping with toxic relationships, finding grace for yourself, and embracing the ones you love.
The band has been fortunate to achieve many accomplishments such as their recent interview for NPR’s Amplifier Podcast. They’ve been featured in countless regional publications such as The Charlotte Observer and Charlotte Pride Magazine. They have performed on NBC’s ‘Charlotte Today,’ and won the national Songwriter Universe Contest for their original music. Along with a busy performance schedule the band is looking forward to a new EP, which is currently in production and a bright future as they grow.”
Late Night Special is a diverse group of talented musicians strung together by passion to create a blend of euphoric energy that tames a groove that keeps you wanting to party all night.
Led by frontman Fred Lee IV, the soaring vocals carry a thrilling sound painted with the majestic accompaniment of dulling electric guitars that surround a pocket of high energy pocket rhythms.
No single genre can contain the caliber of high energy this band emits day in and day out, show after show.
Originally from Nash County, North Carolina, Ryan Armstrong is a Charlotte singer/songwriter whose acoustic storytelling style often weaves dark and emotional material with hopeful leanings and an enthusiastic conviction that life is beautiful. While he finds inspiration in the music of Jason Isbell, Tyler Childers, and many more in the alt-country/folk/Americana scenes, you can also hear undertones of his love for songsmiths like Leonard Cohen and Conor Oberst.