The Cellar is excited to welcome My Politic for the first time On Thursday, July 28th. They will be making their way up from Nashville for an awesome night of g-fiddlin’ shenanigans.
AnnaBelle Moore will be opening off the show with her sweet and edgy sounds!
Music kicks off at 7:30pm. $10 cover. Cellar late night eats and drinks will be available all night to curb your munchies!
About My Politic
My Politic is a Folk/Americana band based in Nashville TN. Inspired by artists like John Prine, Woody Guthrie, Randy Newman, Bob Dylan, Patty Griffin Simon & Garfunkel classic country and so much else, My Politic has recorded 9 albums to date and have released 3 of those since moving to Nashville 7 years ago.
“Anchor” (2015) “12 Kinds of Lost” (2017) and The band’s latest effort, “Short-Sighted People In Power” (released 10/30/2020) is a collection of songs written and recorded between March and August of 2020 hyper-focused on politics & current affairs. The album has been featured in American Songwriter 3 times. They’ve also had the pleasure of appearing at Americanafest and multiple times at The Bluebird since moving to Nashville.
My Politic has been all over the country for years thriving in intimate house concerts settings,listening rooms, dive bars and everywhere in between. My Politic is unique mid-western storytelling in harmony.
“Under the moniker My Politic, Missouri natives Kaston Guffey and Nick Pankey supply engaging, heartfelt and powerful lyrical narratives that tap into the classic storytelling style of ’70s folk and modern Americana. Their 2021 record Short-Sighted People in Power magnifies the uncertainty, fear and anger that engulfed the social and political landscape of the U.S. in 2020 and beyond. Guffey and Pankey give voice to the emotions many Americans have felt during these tumultuous years. Whether taking on the social landscape or reflecting on moments of personal triumph and loss, My Politic has a style of intimate songwriting that’s often reminiscent of the late, great John Prine.”
-Lorie Liebig, Nashville Scene”