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Eddie 9V

at FUSION | The Cell
700 1st St. NW
Albuquerque NM 87102
Other Events at Fusion | The Cell

Time: 7:30pm     Day: Saturday     Doors: 6:30pm     Ages: All Ages     Price: $18 - $23

STANDING tickets cost $18 in advance, $23 day of show (plus service charges). SEATED tickets cost $23 (plus service charges). They are also available by phone through Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251.

Tickets go on sale Friday, May 24 at 10 AM.

FUSION | 708 is a beautiful black box theater and art gallery in the FUSION arts campus on the edge of downtown (at 1st and Lomas).  The theater can be configured in a variety of ways. We will divide the room to allow for a block of unobstructed seats with room for people to stand and dance.

As far back as he can remember, Capricorn Studios was calling Eddie 9V. As a kid scanning the sleeves of his favorite vinyl records, this fabled facility in Macon, Georgia, was always the secret ingredient, adding a little grit and honey to every song born on its floor. Capricorn and the bands who blew through it urged the Atlanta guitarist to ditch school at 15, play his fingers bloody throughout the south, and turn apathy into acclaim for early albums Left My Soul in Memphis (2019) and Little Black Flies (2021).

Eddie spent his first quarter-century admiring Capricorn from afar. But in December 2021, the 26-year-old finally put his thumbprint on the studio's mythology, corralling an eleven-strong group of the American South's best roots musicians to track his third album. "There was overwhelming excitement at being in such a legendary studio," he says. "But we hugged and got right to work. Everyone was joyous, loving, and flat-out playing their asses off."

When Eddie 9V infiltrated his home state's live circuit—first with covers band The Smokin' Frogs, then its more adept blues-rock offshoot, The Georgia Flood—he quickly pricked up ears everywhere he played. His artistic vision became full realized when he killed Brooks Mason and adopted the solo moniker that promises an electrifying night out, "Eddie 9 Volt."

"There are too many Joe Schmo r&b bands," he reasons. "I was on the road with another band, and we were talking like mobsters. So we gave each other names—mine was Eddie."


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