Don’t Miss Jared & The Mill 4/13 at Turf Club


Don’t spend a Saturday night at home! Make sure you come out and catch Jared & The Mill at The Turf Club on Saturday, April 13th! 

Jared & The Mill- “We’re 5 best friends from AZ. We love the desert, we love our city, its people, and we love each other. We love long drives, early mornings, late nights, dive bars, carne asada Tacos at 3 am, dirty jokes, and asking each other what we think about things. We’re just as likely to get down on Simon & Garfunkel and Bob Dylan as we are Van Halen, and Kendrick Lamar. We love dogs, we love our van, we love playing together, and we love you – it’s true. For the past few years, we’ve pretty much always been on tour, hitting the road on our own, with fellow bands, and have been lucky enough to open for a few heroes. From living rooms and basement clubs, to theaters and arenas, we just love playing shows, and being on the road.

Our fans are our greatest priority – we love them, we really do, and we do our best to insure them that we can’t do this without them. Our message is one of acceptance, not in a circle sitting kum-baya bullshit way, but in a way of acknowledging that we all have shit we regret, we all have passions and opinions, and it’s up to all of us to filter through our flaws and our regrets to find ourselves and love one another. Don’t judge other people, and care about everybody, like EVERYBODY everybody. Our shows are rowdy, you’ll break down your walls and realize you’re not in this alone. We hope you come to a show, make our songs a part of your story, and live the best fucking life you can.”

Twinsmith will be opening up for Jared & The Mill. No matter the craft—writing, painting, designing buildings, indie rocking—the route remains the same: with age comes experience, and with experience comes simplification. As artists hone their skill, the excess gives way to directness and a measured but no less structured form of expression. For Omaha’s Twinsmith, the occasion to make a third full-length album came with an opportunity to strip their process down to its essential parts, and to re-focus the band’s perspective in order to fully embrace their sound.

The highlight of the night for me will be a personal favorite of mine- Michigander. I seriously can not say enough about this man’s voice and live show. Hailing from somewhere in the great lakes state, Michigander was born out of restless feet and the need to say something. Though live shows and recordings consist of a full band, at its core, Michigander is a solo project formed by frontman, Jason Singer. Releasing music and touring since 2016, the band has attained recognition on a national scale while becoming a staple of the midwest music scene. Including being featured in Paste, NPR, NME, Huffpost as well as other publications.

Tickets are still available HERE!