Get down to the blue-eyed soul sound of The Nightowls in concert at Fitzgerald’s

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Photo courtesy of the Nightowls

Get yourself to the Heights for an electrifying concert when American Motown soul band The Nightowls bring their rowdy blend of classic soul and modern pop sounds to Fitzgerald’s on Friday, May 19, 2017.

Based in Austin, the 10-piece soul spectacle has been building momentum both regionally and nationally since their formation in 2011. Their infectious live energy and catchy blue-eyed Motown sound taking Texas by storm.

Dance-happy fans will delight in the visual power of witnessing these ten performers on stage doing what they clearly love. The rhythm section locks into the groove like a train on a track, laying down a rhythmic foundation, horns blare, harmonies layer, and the smooth vocalists ice the cake with memorable melodies that you’re sure to be humming on the car ride home.

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Photo courtesy of the Nightowls

A Spectacle to be Seen

And with their live shows becoming noticeably more choreographed from their time spent on the road touring, this Heights concert appearance is especially not to be missed.

With a new album on the way, The Nightowls transcend the “retro” tag that described their early releases in favor of a more unique and cohesive sound, with influences running the gamut from James Brown and Michael Jackson to Prince and Bruno Mars.

Expect bright, bold horns leaping over a funky rhythm section while soulful lead vocals shimmer alongside gorgeous female harmonies from The Nightowls.

The one-man funk band, Henry + The Invisibles is set to open the show.

The Nightowls in Concert at Fitzgerald’s


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