Indie rock artist to deliver a special performance the night before President-elect Trump is sworn into office
Indie rock artist Chapell has announced a special concert at the Slipper Room in New York City.
On Thursday January 19, 2017, at 8pm, Chapell will perform on the eve of the presidential inauguration: offering the opportunity of a “big group hug” for those who are anxious about what will happen next.
Chapell is taking his music to audiences across the country who are looking for something new, bold, authentic and filled with anti-oxidants. Chapell is signed on with BMG/Fieldhouse Music and has just released his debut album, The Redhead’s Allegations. The album has received significant play on nearly a hundred radio stations across the country as of December 2016.
“If you haven’t gone to see Chapell before, this will be your last chance before the great Trump experiment begins,” said a representative for Chapell. “This is going to be the biggest and winningest show NYC has ever seen. It might also be the last concert you attend now that Brietbart News has announced that Trump will outlaw live music on January 20.” More information can be found at http://thisischapell.com/chapell-at-the-slipper-room-on-jan-19-at-8pm-2/.
Chapell plays Indie Rock for Adults along with generous portions of social satire. His music is currently 98.6% Kardashian free. Chapell has collaborated with core members of iconic bands like Talking Heads, the Tubes and Chicago although his sound is unique: Imagine Jonathan Richman fronting Wilco. The Redhead’s Allegations is available on Spotify and SoundCloud. Keep up with Chapell at http://thisischapell.com/ and sign up for the mailing list.