Durand Jones & The Indications

Barboza Presents

Durand Jones & The Indications

Tuesday 4/3

7:30 pm

$15.00

This event is 21 and over

ADA SEATING: (not wheelchair accessible)
Purchase tickets and follow instructions on the confirmation page.

PLEASE NOTE:
Ticket sales end one hour pior to event's listed time.

PRIVACY NOTICE:
By purchasing tickets you agree to our privacy policy.

Durand Jones & The Indications
Durand Jones and The IndicationsBiography “My grandma always heard me singing at home, and she said, ‘I’m gonnaput your ass in the youth choir,’” remembers Durand Jones. “I was reluctant. But one day the organist could hear me in the choir, and said ‘boy I’m gonna give you a song.’ So I sang the song... the whole church just flipped out. People were running and jumping and afterwards they were giving me money and stuff. Man it was really cool. That’s when the realization came that maybe I could make something of this.”

In the Fall of 2012, Durand Jones left small-town Louisiana for the foot-hills of Indiana. Alto saxophone in tote he enrolled in the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. “Being a singer was never part of the plan,” Jones admits. But soon enough Jones found his way in front of a rowdy rock-n-roll band belting out a rambunctious rendition of “Dock Of The Bay,” to a basement full drunken undergrads. That rowdy band unfolded into the Indications –comprised of drummer, Aaron Frazer, guitarist Blake Rhein, bassman Kyle Houpt, and organist Justin Hubler.

Inspired by a handful of dusty and obscure 45s baring names like the Ethics, the Brothers of Soul, and the Icemen, the Indications set out to make a record steeped in heavy drums, blown-out vocals, and deep grooves. Gathered around a Tascam 4-track cassette recorder and a case of Miller High-Life, the group spent their Sunday evenings recording into the early hours of the morning.

Initially a sensation among record collectors, Durand Jones & The Indications began to receive recognition from music fans of all kinds.

“When Durand Jones & The Indications debut album wasreleased, we had no idea what the world would think,”explains Terry Cole,owner of Colemine Records."After all, the record, albeit finely crafted, was conceived in a dingy Indiana basement on a shoestring budget of 452 dollars and 11 cents (we kept receipts). They didn't have‘buzz.' They didn't have a following.They didn't have the measured flash of more polished operations. But as the final mixes spun off of the master reel, we knew what they did have was one remarkable soul record. Toour delight, the record was a smash and their no-frills LP continues to fly off the shelves."
Venue Information:
Barboza
925 E. Pike St.
Seattle, WA, 98122
http://thebarboza.com