Known best for his breakout hits in the '90s, Everlast weaves in and out of hip-hop, rock and blues. His earlier work with House of Pain gave him global exposure by unleashing the anthem “Jump Around,” and the three-time Grammy Award-nominee snagged a win alongside rock legend Santana in 2000 for the track “Put Your Lights On.” Everlast's solo efforts as Whitey Ford saw additional success with the politically tinged, blues-fusion track “What It’s Like” and, now, the singer/songwriter stretches his boundaries yet again with his recently released album, The Life Acoustic. This record is the third consecutive project on his personal label, Martyr Inc., and features stripped down versions of previous material including “My Medicine” and the aforementioned “Jump Around.” With an affinity for intimate settings, his stop at the Coach House is poised for a pleasant ride down memory lane.
Sun., Sept. 8, 7 p.m., 2013
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