Caleb Henry and The Customs, Jack Symes, Tom Sless

Caleb Henry and The Customs, Jack Symes, Tom Sless

Friday, November 2

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$12.00

This event is 21 and over

  • 8:30 - Jack Symes
  • 9:15 - Tom Sless
  • 10:00 - Caleb Henry
  • 11:15 - SS Odyssey

Caleb Henry and The Customs
Caleb Henry and The Customs
Caleb Henry is a musician from Southern California who plays a unique blend of Southern Rock, Blues, and Folk. He draws his inspiration from faith, family, and the everyday experiences of life. Be it love or loss he’s found that “as long as you got a heart you got somethin to say.”
Jack Symes
Jack Symes
Inspired by artists like Van Morrison and Mason Jennings, LA born and bred Jack Symes is renowned for his unique indie-folk sound and his powerful storytelling that will have you laughing one minute and crying the next. A singer and songwriter from Pasadena, Jack Symes relocated up to Berkeley and dipped into the Bay Area folk scene until 2017 when he moved back down to LA. Symes released his debut EP Gargoyles in December 2016, followed up with his single Roll Me Away in March 2017. His music has since streamed over 600,000 times on Spotify. Jack’s debut studio album “Songs For Moms” will be released in early 2019. “Songs for Moms" was recorded on a ranch in Carpinteria, CA with the helping hands of singer-songwriters Gregory Ackerman, Tom Relling of Hibbty Dibbity, Theo and Mark Fedronic of More Fatter, and sister duo Brittany and Brooke Hanson.
Tom Sless
Tom Sless
Since moving to Los Angeles from the Jersey Shore in 2014, Tom Sless has been channeling his East Coast roots and West Coast residence to write songs that connect with the shared experiences felt throughout our country. From love, friendships and the good times, to loss, inner strife and the not-so-good times, Tom’s music conveys a fresh look at some of life’s most familiar moments. His true-to-form sound is reminiscent of fellow Jerseyite Bruce Springsteen, as well as other of Bruce’s contemporaries (The Band, Tom Petty). However, Tom’s voice breaks the mold of your typical Americana stylings, more reminiscent of the rich baritone of Roy Orbison or Jim Morrison. As he continues his musical journey at Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA this Fall, Tom looks to refine and refresh his perspective on life’s many experiences and continue to share his songs on a stage near you.
Venue Information:
The Mint
6010 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90035
http://www.themintla.com/