Philly, Get Ready For The Nth Power Tonight!
It may be cold, wet, and gray in the streets of Philly today, but tonight you can escape from the dreary weather and warm up in front of the fire. The fire that the Nth Power will bring to the Ardmore Music Hall in suburban Philadelphia, that is. The band will end their Fall in Love Tour tonight in the City of Brotherly Love, and you aren’t going to want to miss it. Check out this video for a taste of what’s to come!
Did you get the chills? Find yourself wanting more? Of course you do. Get your tickets here. Doors open at 7:30pm and opening act Freekbass takes the stage at 8:30pm.
And, just in case you’re still on the fence and want a little more info before you make your decision, here’s the band’s bio:
Proving that soul music can be exponentially greater than the sum of its parts, The Nth Power’s transcendent live performances will inspire you to dance, make love or just stand there with goosebumps.
The formula starts with heavy-hitting drummer Nikki Glaspie (Dumpstaphunk, Beyonce)’s deep pocket, explosive energy and silky vocals, compounded by bassist Nate Edgar (John Brown’s Body), whose quiet confidence lies in perfect contrast to the emphatic, funky low-end he creates. Next, Nigel Hall (Lettuce, Warren Haynes Band)’s unmistakable vocals and innate ability to preach with a keyboard hit the groove in full force. Over the top comes Nick Cassarino (Jennifer Hartswick Band, Big Daddy Kane), oozing more soul in one finger than most guitarists could create in a lifetime, and with a voice that immediately wraps the room in sex appeal. West African djembe master Weedie Braimah (Toubab Krewe, Kreative Pandemonium) is the final X-factor, creating a rhythmic symphony that ties the whole equation together with flagrant finesse.
Together, The Nth Power wants to change your life through a message of musical love and understanding. “Just know that when you hear this music, you’re going to feel something — you’re going to connect with something higher than yourself,” said Braimah.
Celebrating their year anniversary, December’s “Thank You” tour follows the April 20, 2013 release of Basic Minimum Skills Test, a six-song EP the group unleashed on the streets of New Orleans during Jazzfest. There, early buzz about The Nth Power first took hold, and the band has since appeared on a handful of festival lineups, including Electric Forest, Gratitude Harvest Festival and Bear Creek Music Festival.
“The sound we create is built on a strong foundation of love,” said Hall. “We’re just getting started, the best is yet to come.”