Thu. Aug. 16 6pm
Orchid Eaton is the basement pop duo of Matt Leavitt (EMOT) and Brian Moen (Laarks, The Shouting Matches). Micah Ryan captures the heart through melodic music and lyrics birthed from life experience with the goal of taking his listeners on a journey down long-forgotten roads. Opener: Travis Lee writes lush, looping electronic songs.
Thu. Aug. 23 6pm
James Ignacio’s moves effortlessly from blues to soul to a more traditional singer/songwriter sound. Company Express use rich vocal harmonies over acoustic instrumentation. Bluesy, jazz-esque, or simply musical come the tones of AcoustiHoo, weaving a tapestry of multiple textures, colors, and images to leave the audience with an incomparable experience of musicality.
Thu. Aug. 30 6pm
Them Coulee Boys are sure to kick down an equal dose of punk-folk calamity and Americana balladry. Greg Gilbertson’s new project, “Surviving the Echoes,” expertly balances dark themes of war and depression with a promise of hard-scrabble grace in the face of cynicism. Opener: Wealthy Relative plays floaty & vulnerable hip-hop.