Daytrotter show to celebrate new studio and concert space

Hamilton Leithauser of The Walkmen -- photo by Omer Wazir
Hamilton Leithauser of The Walkmen — photo by Omer Wazir

Grand Opening Show

Daytrotter — Monday, Jan. 18 at 6 p.m.

Music website and recording studio Daytrotter announces the culmination of a five-year-long odyssey: a new all-inclusive recording space and small concert venue, right in the heart of downtown Davenport (324 Brady Street). They’re breaking it in with a grand opening concert on Monday, featuring Hamilton Leithauser and Paul Maroon of the Walkmen, Sydney Eloise and the Palms and Condor and Jaybird. Only 200 tickets have been made available to the public for this show; they are $22.09, and available on Eventbrite.

Daytrotter’s Sean Moeller is excited about the possibilities inherent in this development. “We finally have a physical space where the general public can come visit us,” he said. “I think it’s going to blow things wide open.” He notes that the new space, located at 324 Brady Street, will be “an incredible springboard for us to even more so move into the live performance realm.” The space includes a 400-cap venue and bar, with Daytrotter’s main studio in the back of the building.

Daytrotter's new space -- photo courtesy of Cody Tucker
Daytrotter’s new space — photo courtesy of Cody Tucker

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