Omarr Awake


February 11, 2019 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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Time: 6:30pm     Day: Monday     Doors: 6:00pm     Ages: 21+ Ages     Price: $7
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Omarr Awake writes heartfelt songs about complex topics--love, life, friends. He writes about broken hearts, hope and new beginnings. But it's only when you hear his voice sing the words to his music, that you can fully understand where it all comes from. It's soothing, thrilling, soulful.
Under his previous moniker, Slow Car Crash, his first CD, "Ambivalence," was released in 1999--a minimalistic, electronica-meets-rock album. The road would never be the same for him.
That smoldering creative flame led him to release "Come Out and Play Tonight" in 2001 and the EP "Hope on the Other Side" in 2003. "Hope on the Other Side" marked a musical evolution in his artistry, featuring a live band.
Touring around the country brought different perspectives and new inspiration for the next album--"The Trip We Planned" (2006). The songs in the CD revealed Awake's genuine journey musically and lyrically.
Alexander Berberich's indie film "Bonne Année" was released in April 2008 and featured his songs "Swan Song" and "The Message." The film was included in the prestigious Raindance Film Festival in London.
Before bringing his music from Los Angeles to Austin, Texas, Awake released "Intermission," a 7-song collection of full band and solo acoustic songs.
2013 brought the release of the "Time Spent In The Machine" EP featuring some of Austin's best musicians including a full horn section, pedal steel, and percussion. The EP featured the single "In Control of Just One Soul".
In May 2018 the singles "Travelin' Man Blues', and "Being Yourself (Don't Mean You're Alone)" came out in digital only format. The songs show a slightly different sound featuring a more streamlined, Americana feel. The songs received airplay on radio including KGSR, KZFR, KETR, KPFT, and