Langhorne Slim is set to perform with the Lost at Last Band and The Accidentals with a special guest performance by Roosevelt Diggs on Thurs., June 21 at St. Cecilia Music Center in Grand Rapids.
Sean Scolnick, known as Langhorne Slim, is a 36-year-old singer-songwriter from Langhorne, Pennsylvania. He gained notoriety by touring with the Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players for several years and made an appearance at the Bonnaroo Music Festival early in his career. Since then, he’s performed with musical acts such as Cake, The Avett Brothers, Old 97’s, Gregory Alan Isakov and The Lumineers.
He has enjoyed a long, successful music career that has been highlighted by songs like “Changes” and “The Way We Move” which he performed with his band, The Law.
Langhorne Slim released his sixth studio album entitled “Lost at Last Vol. 1” last November. The feature track off the album is called “Life Is Confusing.” He has been performing the song extensively, even performing it on Conan O’Brien’s late night talk show, “CONAN,” which can be seen here.
Langhorne Slim last performed at the St. Cecilia Music Center in November of 2016. This will be his first performance back in Grand Rapids since the release of his new album.
Tickets for the June 21 show are still available and cost $40. This is an all ages show. The doors open at 5:30 p.m. Roosevelt Diggs will take the stage at 6:30 p.m. followed by The Accidentals at 7:30 p.m. Langhorne Slim and the Lost at Last Band are set to perform at 9 p.m.