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JR JR Presented by AMP Concerts – Cancelled

Sunday, Oct 22nd, 2017
8:30 pm
- 12:00 am

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Price: $18.00
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Meow Wolf Santa Fe
1352 Rufina Circle
Santa Fe,NM87507United States
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Ages: 15+
doors at 8:00pm
Exhibit Closes at 9PM
Phone: 505-395-6369
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Due to illness, the JR JR show has been cancelled. Tickets can be refunded at point of purchase. We are very sorry and hope to see  you all again soon.

Since first emerging in 2009, JR JR  have defined themselves by a commitment to making intelligent pop music. In order to do so, the pair—Josh Epstein and Daniel Zott—paint with an expansive palette balancing everything from indie and alternative to hip-hop and electronic music. They achieved that balance in a big way on their self-titled third full-length album, JR JR, which served as the culmination of their unique camaraderie and musical collaboration thus far. Heavy praise from the likes of NPR, Paste, PopMatters, Billboard, The Daily Beast and more, coupled with growing attention for their initial single “Gone,” sparked the attention of a wide array of radio programmers and saw the band perform on “Conan,” KCRW’s “Morning Becomes Eclectic” and “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”


Alongside critical success, the duo’s music has also become the soundtrack of choice for many working in film & television as well. Their new single “Same Dark Places” was recently featured in Netflix’s hit series “13 Reasons Why.” JR JR’s songs have also been heard in “Togetherness,” “I Am Cait,” “Please Like Me,” “Grandfathered,” “iZombie,” and trailers for Showtime and Seth Rogen’s “Sausage Party.” As they continue to tour widely and perform to sold out audiences, their dedication to being both smart and accessible remains their guiding formula, with JR JR now at the dawn of their next chapter.

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Paleo, aka David Strackany, is an American singer of folk music who is notable for writing a song every day for 365 days using a “half-size children’s guitar” while living out of his car and being essentially homeless. He plays acoustic guitar and sings and in 2005 began touring the United States.