Minneapolis singer-songwriter Carlisle Evans Peck is bringing his ethereal and ornate music on the road. Bedecked in black lipstick and conjuring vividly rendered landscapes of emotion, Carlisle and his band The Lady’s Slippers will perform songs from their 2018 record Electric Porcelain, an ambitious orchestral-pop epic. Equally at home in a wooded glade or on a cabaret stage, Carlisle has enchanted audiences throughout the Midwest with his intimate and moving compositions. Joined by The Lady’s Slippers – an eclectic mix of strings, choral harmonies, electric guitar, and driving percussion – his mythologies take on a new expansive, raw power. This is music somewhere between a candlelit night at the theater and an ancient sung-epic – listeners, expect to be transported.
Colton David Graham (Also to be known as “Coco Cloudi”) is an original singer/song-writer raised in the QC. Best known for his works in Highfives & Handshakes and Soultru. This set will showcase Colton’s piano lead music, accompanied by bass and the drums. If you enjoy glamorous, gothic, poppy, piano tunes you’ll love this act!
Liv Carrow explores the shadowy terrain of Appalachian melody and traditional balladry in its many forms, crafting songs both strange and familiar that invoke American roots music, the British folk revival of the 60s, pop crooners of the 70s, and freak folk of the ages, with a sprinkling of 90s alt-indie earnestness. Liv Carrow’s introspective, narrative folk songs draw from the rich history of the bardic template to weave poetic wordplay and reference together with captivating melodies, fingerstyle guitar playing and a clear, direct voice that can hush a chattering room.
Doors @ 8, Music @ 9