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Brightside

Glass House Point

The Forum, Luke Wilmoth

Thu, November 2, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$6.00 - $8.00

SHOW DETAILS
• 18 or over, unless accompanied by parent/guardian.
• NO SMOKING inside the venue.
• Smoking allowed outside in the Beer Garden!
• $3 under 21 fee charged at the door

Brightside
Brightside
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Glass House Point
Glass House Point
The band was formed in September of 2013. Over the course of 2 years, Glass House Point has developed into a mature and experienced group featuring powerful vocals, crisp harmonies, and engaging instrumentation. The band has performed at countless venues and festivals, such as Lakeland's Green Celebration (2013-2014), MayFaire (2014-2015), Gram Parson's Derry Down (2014-2015), and The Polk Theatre (2015). Glass House Point just finished recording at its first commercial studio, Sound House Studios, with the seasoned and renowned audio engineer Jonathan Gautier. Their debut EP, Love Lives in Dark Places, is set to be released this December.
The Forum
The Forum
Indie rock band from Gainesville, FL
Luke Wilmoth
Luke Wilmoth
Luke Wilmoth is an indie rock singer-songwriter hailing from Lakeland, FL. His sound is characterized by driving guitars, rich keyboards, and dynamic songwriting, influenced by Kings of Leon, Manchester Orchestra, and Grizzly Bear.

Luke's foray into music began at the age of 4, when his family received an upright piano as a gift from another family. After some tinkering and fascination with the instrument, his mother signed him up for piano lessons and soon enough, Luke was learning songs by ear on both piano and guitar. It wasn't until his freshman year at Harrison School for the Arts in Lakeland, Florida, however, that he discovered music was main passion. Luke began establishing himself in the Lakeland scene in high school as a jazz pianist and performing regularly around the area as both a sideman and bandleader, eventually becoming the recipient of numerous jazz awards and a finalist in multiple jazz competitions.

Although well-versed in jazz, Luke's main focus is as a singer-songwriter and emerged onto the scene as an indie rock artist in college. Fusing the organic simplicity of folk, the rich harmonic content and lyricism of jazz, and the energy of alternative rock, Luke Wilmoth draws from an eclectic mix of influences and combines them to form an accessible vehicle in which anyone, from any demographic and background, can sit down and enjoy an evening listening to.

"My goal is to make something that helps people in their daily life," says Wilmoth. "Music is cathartic for those who are tense, therapeutic for those who are hurt, and contrite for those who are lost for words. Even for people who are doing just fine, music just seems to the make the sunshine a little bit brighter. If I'm not living up to that inherent standard music has set for me, there's no use in making it. That's why it's so important to make good music, because you never know whose life you'll be changing for the better."