Catch Luke Wade and No Civilians at Stanley’s in Tyler to Celebrate the Release of New Album ‘The River’
Luke Wade is a special kind of talent. And it’s time East Texas experiences it in person, if you haven’t already.
Wade’s songwriting is equally passionate and promising. His demeanor is a trick — you’d never expect the Ray LaMontagne-meets-gospel roots-meets-Gavin Degraw voice to come out of this guy. But when you take his voice and his songwriting and mold it with his sounds of John Mayer with a little R&B and funky soul mixed it, you’ve got the makings of one of the state’s most original new artists.
His delivery is smooth, and having a group of instruments behind him that include a sax and a trumpet, only makes Wade shine even more.
Do yourself a favor and check Luke out Friday night at Stanley’s. There’s a super good chance you’ll leave saying, “I’m glad I was able to see him when I did,” because big things are about to happen in the world of Luke Wade.
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