Sat, Aug 30 8:00PM
The Music Room

Nolen Reeves Music Presents: INDECISION

GLEN PRIDGEN BAND

$15 in advance / $18 day of show


Artist Bios

INDECISION

INDECISION from Charlottesville, Virginia. Since our official beginning in 1984, the good times we've had in pursuit of our musical vision could not have been possible without the support of our family, friends and fans - you have helped to make us what we are today.

From appearances at Bonnaroo (TN), MidX Festival (WV) and Down on the Farm (FLA), to sharing the stage with many great artists including The Neville Brothers, Phish, Widespread Panic, Blues Traveler, Dave Matthews Band, Hootie and the Blowfish, Jorma Kaukonen, Go Ahead (w/ members of Santana & Grateful Dead), Danny Gatton, The Wailers, Zero and many more, INDECISION continues to spread the word. Having recently celebrated their 20th anniversary with a new album The Great Road (produced by David Lowery of Cracker), INDECISION continues to tour year after year.


GLEN PRIDGEN BAND

Glen Pridgen has been involved in the Atlanta music scene for over 20 years as a performer, songwriter, producer and band manager. Pridgen grew up in a house filled with music. His father was the drummer for Jr. Walker and the AllStars and Randall Bramblett and his mother was featured on the Dolly Parton Show. His sound is a mix of Southern Rock and Motown and his live shows are a high energy jam fest. Pridgen has teamed with producer and musician Greg Lee (Yacht Rock) to release the first new studio material in 10 years. The 7 song EP also introduces his daughter Sommer Pridgen on vocals. “Greg Lee has taken these songs, shaken off the cobwebs and captured a live high energy feel that is rarely found in studio recordings. Working with my daughter as both a co-writer and performer brings it all full circle.” – Glen Pridgen Glen Pridgen Band has been playing together since high school and includes Reece Harris, Shannon Pengelly (Yacht Rock Schooner), Gregg Shapiro (Sonia Leigh, The Beggars’ Guild) and introduces his daughter Sommer Pridgen.