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The Good Trouble Tour

MUTLU (POSTPONED)

Tuesday, June 09
Show | 8pm // Doors | 7pm
$12 ADV | $15 DOS
21+ SHOW

THIS SHOW HAS BEEN POSTPONED

Information regarding a rescheduled date will be announced as soon as possible. Tickets purchased for the originally scheduled performance will remain valid for the new date, so please hang on to your original ticket for entrance.

MUTLU

With his silk-like vocals, Mutlu showers over melodies like rain. A Philadelphia native, Mutlu combines his innate Philly-soul style with elements of folk, reggae and rock. This cohesive blend of music creates a rare and retro sound that is entirely timeless. 

Mutlu has already made substantial headway with his high-caliber soulful sound. He’s collaborated and toured extensively as a support act with legendary duo Daryl Hall & John Oates. He holds the distinction of having made the most guest appearances on Daryl Hall’s acclaimed, award-winning TV show Live From Daryl’s House. Mutlu has toured as a support act and longtime collaborator with noted singer/songwriter Amos Lee, and has shared stages with Adele, John Hiatt, Leon Russell, the Blind Boys of Alabama, Todd Rundgren, Shuggie Otis & many more. Additionally, he was the support act on the North American leg of Joe Jackson’s acclaimed “Rain” tour.

Mutlu’s latest release is a 7-song collection entitled: Good Trouble. Mutlu co-produced the record with songwriter/producer Darius Amendolia. Additionally, Good Trouble was mixed and mastered by Grammy winning producer/engineer Phil Nicolo. The album features the lead soul-folk single “Lifeline”. The empowering track touches on the search for unity within a divided society. Mutlu hones in on the importance up standing up for justice and equality. Other songs like “Scarred” and “Work For It” discuss the mind’s worst enemies between depression and self-doubt.

Mutlu empathizes these feelings and offers something real and relatable to listeners. Good Trouble also includes “Nothing In This Whole Wide World” featuring John Oates, a song that channels that classic, 1970s Philly-soul sound. The track was co-produced by John Oates and Hall & Oates guitarist Shane Theriot, and includes Hall & Oates band members Brian Dunne (drums) and Klyde Jones (bass).