October 1st, 2018

Flint Eastwood, Somme & YaSi at Globe Hall
Denver, CO
September 27, 2018

http://www.globehall.com/

http://www.flinteastwoodmusic.com/

https://sommesongs.com/

https://www.yasimuse.com/

Photos by Veronica Lee

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March 5th, 2018
Flint Eastwood and Birthday at Ogden Theater – Denver, CO – March 2, 2018
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February 22nd, 2018
Flint Eastwood
 
Flint Eastwood with PVRIS at Ogden Theater – Denver, CO – March 2, 2018
 
Last year we featured Flint Eastwood 3 times as listed below:
 
 
Flint Eastwood is the band name for Jax & Seth Anderson. This Detroit band caught fire last year playing festivals worldwide. The band is signed to Neon Gold Records and released Broke Royalty last year. She has already released 3 tracks for Broke Royalty including “Queen”, “Push”, and “Monster.”  The video for “Monster” is here: http://femmusic.com/wp/index.php/2018/02/10/flint-eastwood-monster/
 
Flint Eastwood LIVE is unique. It is a rock show and a revival show at once. Jax Anderson has a powerful voice driven by her direct style. She interacts with audience by both inviting participation in songs, and calling out those who “fake it.”
 
This Spring she is touring with 2 different bands. In February and March she is touring with the Boston hard rock band PVRIS. In April and May she is touring with the party band MISTERWIVES. We look forward to a headlining tour by Eastwood for the Summer. Information on the tour can be found here: http://www.flinteastwoodmusic.com/shows/
 
For everything Flint Eastwood visit http://www.flinteastwoodmusic.com/
 
 

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February 10th, 2018

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May 23rd, 2017

Project Pabst Denver

Featuring: Twin Peaks, Deap Vally, Montaneros, All Chiefs, Tracksuit Wedding, Danny Brown, Kurt Vile & the Violators, Flint Eastwood, Phantogram, Summer Cannibals, Ice Cube, Flaurel, and Nuns of Brixton.

May 20, 2017
Photos courtesy of www.RockOnColorado.com

@twinpeaksdudes, @deapvally, @AllChiefs, @tracksuitwedding, @xdannyxbrownx, @kurtvileofphilly, @FlintEastwoodMusic, @Phantogram, @SummerCannibals, @The-Nuns-of-Brixton-1057081140969856, @IceCube, @projectpabst

Twin Peaks at Project Pabst Denver May 20, 2017 @projectpabst @twinpeaksdudes Photos courtesy of www.RockOnColorado.com

Deap Vally at Project Pabst Denver May 20, 2017 @projectpabst @deapvally Photos courtesy of www.RockOnColorado.com

Montaneros at Project Pabst Denver May 20, 2017 @projectpabst Photos courtesy of www.RockOnColorado.com

All Chiefs at Project Pabst Denver May 20, 2017 @projectpabst @AllChiefs Photos courtesy of www.RockOnColorado.com

Tracksuit Wedding at Project Pabst Denver May 20, 2017 @projectpabst @tracksuitwedding Photos courtesy of www.RockOnColorado.com

Danny Brown at Project Pabst Denver May 20, 2017 @projectpabst @xdannyxbrownx Photos courtesy of www.RockOnColorado.com

Kurt Vile and the Violators at Project Pabst Denver May 20, 2017 @projectpabst @kurtvileofphilly Photos courtesy of www.RockOnColorado.com

Flint Eastwood at Project Pabst Denver May 20, 2017 @projectpabst @FlintEastwoodMusic Photos courtesy of www.RockOnColorado.com

Phantogram at Project Pabst Denver May 20, 2017 @projectpabst @Phantogram Photos courtesy of www.RockOnColorado.com

Summer Cannibals at Project Pabst Denver May 20, 2017 @projectpabst @SummerCannibals Photos courtesy of www.RockOnColorado.com

Ice Cube at Project Pabst Denver May 20, 2017 @projectpabst @IceCube Photos courtesy of www.RockOnColorado.com

Flaurel at Project Pabst Denver May 20, 2017 @projectpabst Photos courtesy of www.RockOnColorado.com

The Nuns of Brixton at Project Pabst Denver May 20, 2017 @projectpabst @The-Nuns-of-Brixton-1057081140969856 Photos courtesy of www.RockOnColorado.com

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May 1st, 2017
Flint Eastwood  
 
                   By Alex Teitz
 
Jax Anderson is Flint Eastwood, a Detroit based artist who will be playing Bonnaroo, Sasquatch, Lollapalooza this summer. She released her Broke Royalty EP in April on New Gold Records. It is a different EP than her 2015 Small Victories EP. FEMMUSIC was honored to get an e-mail interview with this quickly rising talent. She will be playing Project Pabst in Denver on May 20. For info visit http://www.flinteastwoodmusic.com/
 
FEMMUSIC: Can you describe your songwriting technique?
 
JA: I usually start with some sort of instrumental, vibe off it for awhile and let a stream-of-consciousness take over. I’ll either let the melodies fly, or I’ll have a lyric in mind to build off of. Then I show some of my friends and let them lay some melodies or instrumentation down if they’re feeling it.
 
FEMMUSIC: Tell me about Broke Royalty. How did you approach the project differently than Small Victories?
 
JA: Whereas with Small Victories, I was writing music as a way to cope with the death of my mother, Broke Royalty is centered around the idea of not letting lack of means stop you from being who you want to be and creating your own kingdom. With Broke Royalty I was at a place of peace with everything.  I wanted to write songs that would push confidence into other people and let them know that things get better.
 
FEMMUSIC: What was the biggest challenge making Broke Royalty?
JA: Time.
 
FEMMUSIC: I see that Paul Meany & Tommy English were involved in production. How do you know them and why did you want them involved in this project?
 
JA: I met Tommy through a mutual friend a few years back and finally met him at sxsw about a year later. He’s a really cool dude, very down to earth. I was eventually in LA for a weekend and hit him up to write, he was down, and we vibed on a track that would eventually become Assemble Kids. I met Paul through some mutual people we both work with. Also very chill, and very much a sweetheart. He heard some of my tracks and wanted to help. He definitely helped take these songs to the next level.
 
 Flint Eastwood
FEMMUSIC:  Broke Royalty has GRiZ, Tunde Olaniran on it. Was there anyone else you wanted to bring in for this project that you couldn’t? Did you have a wish list of people?
 
JA: I’m the type of artist where I want to work with anyone and everyone. I didn’t plan on any of these features, they all sort of just happened!
 
FEMMUSIC: Tell me about Assemble Sound? It sounds like an amazing space. What is your role with it?
 
JA: Assemble Sound is a hunter green (almost black) church from the 1870’s that a few friends and I purchased and repurposed into a collaboration space for musicians or artists that are working out of Detroit. We saw this gap that existed in Detroit’s music scene where there were these incredible musicians that were working in the city, but were rarely interacting or working together. We wanted to provide a space that could gather and create and hopefully learn from each other.
 
For info on Assemble Sound visit http://www.assemblesound.com/
 
FEMMUSIC: What’s one thing would you like to change about the music industry?
 
JA: I would like everything to be a little more artist-friendly and a lot less confusing haha.
 
FEMMUSIC: Whom would you most like to tour with/collaborate with (that we might nor have mentioned already)?
 
JA: SIA or Vince Staples would be the ultimate.
 
FEMMUSIC: What advice do you give to artists just starting out?
 
JA: Work hard, be kind, be easy to work with, and always follow your gut.

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