Raw, organic and heartfelt, roots/ americana artist Sara Syms writes from the most honest, intimate and vulnerable place in her soul.
Influenced by artists such as Ryan Adams, Patty Griffin and Ray Lamontagne, her debut album Fade To Blue was recorded upstate with engineer Matthew Cullen (Ray LaMontagne, Rachael Yamagata, Martha Wainwright, Madeline Peyroux, My Morning Jacket) at Dreamland Studios, a 19th century country church which has been host to such legendary artists as Pat Metheny, The Band, Herbie Hancock, The B-52s, 10,000 Maniacs, John Hall, and current artists Beach House and Fleet Foxes.
The Pushovers 9pm
The Pushovers are three rockin lesbians whose songs are funny, heartfelt, and full of tight 3-part harmonies. They are based in DC, Baltimore, and Brooklyn (a long-distance band), and are currently working on finishing their debut album. Mara, Nancy, and Liz play Bass, Guitar, and Drums, and their songs run the gamut from folky to synth-poppy, always vocal-focused. Don't miss their original songs or their improvised 3-part-harmony silliness!
Dearest Pushovers fans and friends,
We are thrilled to remind you that we have a LIVE SHOW coming up in less than a week! A FREE live show. A FREE live show in BROOKLYN! What could be better? Keep your smart comments to yourselves, we're excited to be playing again.
For those of you who didn't know, we have been working like crazy Pushovers trying to finish our album, and it's getting CLOSE! Updates HERE. But the real reason we are a band is because we love to PLAY music.
So come join us THIS SATURDAY, 12/14 from 9-10pm at Branded Saloon, 603 Vanderbilt.
No cover, all ages (Liz), fun people (Mara), great hair (Nancy's).
See you soon, BK!
Mara, Nancy, and Liz
Lexy Casano-Antonellis 10pm
Lexy will be performing the great oldies but goodies from her new album that has just been released. Lexy performs all around the northeast with her musical partner, Ivan Rubenstein-Gillis and they perform a wide range of styles, from jazz standards to country, blues and R&B classics to more modern pop, depending on what the situation calls for.