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Austin Stambaugh’s Electric Weepers & Tyler Westcott and friends at Amy’s Place

August 11 @ 9:00 pm - August 12 @ 12:00 am

Never miss a Sunday show! Austin Stambaugh’s Electric Weepers (Nashville, TN) are touring through and will be playing an intimate show at Amy’s Place in Buffalo, NY with support from local Tyler Westcott & friends (Folkfaces).

Kitchen will be open, beer and wine for sale! $5 cover! 9pm start!

All ages show!

Electric Weepers Bio: The electric outfit for Ohio balladeer Austin Stambaugh, the band is the premier model for the obscure country sound that stems from the Cleveland Ohio region. Elusive and shadowy, heavy and aloof, the band revolves around blues shuffles, train beats, and 6/8 waltzes that Stambaugh laments over with tenor voicings and blue collar prose. Recorded live to tape in the winter of ’23, in a living room in Akron, OH, their debut document Way Down Here On Earth is set for release on Nashville’s independent punk label AntiCorporate Music on Friday April 12, 2024.

Austin Stambaugh Bio:
Ohio Balladeer & Story Writer: Austin Stambaugh, is enriched with an authenticity that is magnetically keen. A modern pioneer of folk storytelling, his work has been called “Timeless and nuanced,” by Lilly Hiatt who wrote, “enjoy with the lights low.” Folk singer Tim Easton wrote, “Austin Stambaugh is the best flatpicking songwriter you’ve never heard of, and I’ll stand on Steve Earle’s coffee table in my Redwing boots and say it.”
Stambaugh’s aesthetic is derived from his fascination with plain-spoken speech, timeless standards, and terrifying compositions that hold a listener in suspense. His artistry is displayed in his highly acclaimed studio album Midwest Supernatural (2023). Co-produced by Benjamin Tod of Lost Dog Street Band, the record is a dream document of personal wisdoms and narrations from his northeast Ohio upbringings. With dreamscape sounds of pedal steel guitar and fiddle washing through quick train beats hung on minor keys the record combines the best of his melodic ear as well as his ear for character that we read in his short stories.
Originally from northeast Ohio, he is now located in Nashville, TN, where he works various blue collar jobs and is busy writing and recording for Nashville’s independent punk label Anti-Corp Music. A new short story album is slated for release in early 2024 with a crop of new tour dates to go along. He performs for audiences around the country with a Martin D-35 uniquely his own.

Western AF debut: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSQ01tC1Bd0
Live at Dee’s Lounge: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gcposrh3h2U

Tyler Westcott is a poet, singer/songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from Buffalo, NY breathing new life into roots music spanning multiple genres and decades. Also creating new music inspired by the old. Armed with his trusty guitar, banjo, and harmonica, he has a knack for describing the human condition with humor and joy, Often in timely and topical songs reflecting the current state of the world.

Westcott founded popular Western New York band Folkfaces in 2012, and Folkfaces Fest in 2017. He has toured the East coast from Canada to Texas extensively as a solo artist and with his band. He keeps busy performing with his Trad Jazz group Banjo Juice Jazz Band, playing bass in the Kathryn Koch Band, Black Rock Zydeco and Django Reinhardt inspired group The Paper Roses.






August 11 @ 9:00 pm
August 12 @ 12:00 am


Tyler Westcott Music


Amy’s Place
3234 Main St
Buffalo, NY 14214-1324 US
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