Max Frost, one of Austin’s finest, has only three shows this month and one of those three includes a hometown show at The Parish this Wednesday, Jan. 28. His supporting act will be fellow Austinite Tameca Jones, who has been notably mentioned as the “Tina Turner of jazz.” Fans of soul and R&B won’t want to miss this concert.
Frost, ex-UT student, has made waves in the music scene since releasing his hit single “White Lies.” The perky, synth-pop song sounds like something Gnarls Barkley was behind. Since independently releasing that track, Frost’s talent caught on within the blogosphere, and Atlantic Records outbid others to get him signed. The label released his debut EP Low High Low in October 2013, and he toured in support of the album in 2013 and 2014. From getting all of his music stolen during SXSW 2013 to collaborating with Jeff Tweedy, Frost has been on the up and up.
The Parish is located at 214 E. 6th street. Doors open at 8 p.m. Show starts at 9 p.m. All ages welcome. Advance tickets for this event are available for purchase online here.