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The Hails, Jordan Esker and the 100%, Max Helgemo

The Hails

Jordan Esker and the 100%

Max Helgemo

Fri, October 19, 2018

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 9:30 pm

$6.00 - $8.00

SHOW DETAILS

• 18 OR OVER

• NO SMOKING inside the venue.

• Smoking allowed outside in the Beer Garden!

• $3 under 21 fee charged at the door.

• All ticket sales are Non-Refundable unless the show is cancelled.

The Hails
The Hails
Jordan Esker and the 100%
Jordan Esker and the 100%
Jordan Esker is a self-taught musician with 90s emo history, a 60s soul phase, and an ambient Gospel future. He has gone from being the screamer in a heavy rock band to releasing a solo acoustic EP. But before all of that, he is a decade-experienced songwriter that still thinks like a drummer.

After a decade of playing in various bands, Jordan realized that writing with a band wasn’t working for him at that point. He and a college friend, Phil Nettle, produced and recorded his first full-length, “Best Supporting Actor,” over the course of four months in various houses around Tallahassee and Tampa, Florida.

The Latin breakdown of “Not in Love”, the acoustic jam-funk bridge and gospel choir chorus of “The Little Bit That Counts”, and the McCartney-playing-pop-punk approach of “Forehead” all required a wide range of playing styles. So Jordan recruited musicians from various bands around Tallahassee (Echo Base, Fungle Junk, Wolf and Witness, Florida State Gospel Choir) to play some parts.

Shortly after releasing “Best Supporting Actor” in 2014, Jordan formed The Hundred Percent, consisting of Matt Raspo on the keys, Emmit Dobbyn on bass, and Vincent Montemarano on drums and vocals, who has sang and played with Jordan since age 13.

The group has since played a multitude of venues in the Tampa Bay area, as well as a couple of live radio performances on WMNF, and embarked on 10-day tours of the southeast and east coast in 2016 and 2017, respectively. They recently made appearances at the 2017 Florida Music Festival and the sold-out Tom Petty tribute show at Skipper's Smokehouse in October. After steadily releasing a handful of singles since 2016, they are set to release their first full-length album in early 2018.