Southbound Brewery is hosting the release party for our second album, "Dogged Days," on Feb 27th at 8pm. Tickets are $20 here (http://cityhotel.brownpapertickets.com/) and $25 at the door. Tix include a limited edition City Hotel pint glass and beer samples throughout the night. Don't forget to try "The Judge," a Belgian Amber we helped brew for the party! For the final set of the night, we will be joined by Anders Thomsen (Damon and the Shitkickers) on guitar, Colleen Heine (The Accomplices) on fiddle, and Chris Fullerton (Savannah Theatre) on drums for a big band dance party! We have tons of new merchandise (koozies, stickers, t-shirts, and of course the new record!) Please come join us for what is sure to be a spectacular evening, and help us celebrate the release of our second album!
The City Hotel Band of Savannah
The City Hotel was born in Savannah in the summer of 2011. The band has emerged as one of the most engaging acts in Savannah, GA. Melding a love of popular and indie rock music with a traditional bluegrass lineup, the band provides an individual, exciting, and eclectic sound. With a combination of covers from treasured influences and unique originals, the City Hotel Band offers an unmatched experience to all audiences. In May of 2013, City Hotel was voted 'Best Acoustic Band' by the readers of Connect Savannah.
Jay Rudd: Banjo
Anthony Teixeira: Upright Bass
Cory Chambers: Mandolin
Aaron Zimmer: Guitar
About the Name
Elazer Early, a native of Charleston, S.C, built the City Hotel in 1821. Not only was it the first hotel in Savannah, but it was also home to the first branch of the United States Post Office in Savannah, as well as a branch of the Bank of the United States. Many notable people stayed at the City Hotel, including War of 1812 hero Winfield Scott, the Marquis de Lafayette, the first three commodores of the U.S. Navy and naturalist James Audubon. Audubon stayed six months while attempting to sell books full of his wildlife sketches.
In 1851 Peter Wiltberger bought the City Hotel. He renovated it and put a live lion and lioness on display to draw attention to his business. City Hotel’s final guest checked out in 1864, just before the arrival of General Tecumseh Sherman during the Civil War and the subsequent closing of the City Hotel.
from Moon River Brewing Company Wikipedia article
by City Hotel