Live Music in the Beer Garden: Charles Latham & the Borrowed Band 11/13/20
November 13, 2020 · Friday * 6-8:30pm * No Cover
Charles Latham wields an acid tongue and a poison pen, crafting social criticism, tragicomic narratives, and brutal self-analysis into ramshackle country-rock songs. After a decade of wandering, from Philadelphia to Nashville to Memphis to the U.K., singer-songwriter Charles Latham returned to North Carolina in late 2014, laying roots down in Durham. His 2017 LP, “Little Me Time”, found Latham combining his acerbic wit and quirky songwriting with more polished production values and an expansive sound. In order to bring the songs to life for live audiences, he recruited an ensemble of local talent, now known as The Borrowed Band.
Charles Latham and the Borrowed Band are touring in 2020 in support of their forthcoming, eponymous release, which is a celebration of the new sound they have forged together, which marries Latham’s idiosyncratic songwriting style with vintage, psychedelic country-rock.
We’ll have the musicians set up facing the parking lot. Our picnic tables are properly spaced 6′ apart. We’ve added a few more tables on the edge of the Beer Garden, and have 3 tables available under the trestle. There is also standing space between the trestle and the beer garden.
Please follow the 6 foot rule and wear your mask.