Fri, May 26 - 9pm - $15
Brontë Fall
Brontë Fall is a musical potion of edgy pop-rock, Americana, and band founder Teri Bracken’s classical music training. Already an orchestral violin player, keyboardist, and vocalist, Bracken craved the rawness of Americana roots music and the aching beauty of traditional fiddle tunes. When she fell in love with the craft of songwriting, all the pieces fell into place. Traveling the country from Boston to New York to Nashville, and then back to her hometown of Chicago, Bracken set in writing songs that were unedited, honest, modern, and, at times, impolite. Outspokenly feminine and reminiscent of the Brontë sisters, who dared to have a voice in a time when women didn’t, Bracken’s voice has come to boldly define Brontë Fall. Brontë Fall’s debut album, Silhouette Dances, allows all of the influences of Bracken’s personal journey to seep through as she continues to pursue this adventure of music and life. Silhouette Dances will be released on May 23, 2017.
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w/s/g Sean Watkins (Nickel Creek)
Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sean Watkins has long been known for his work as one-third of the Grammy Award-winning Nickel Creek and, more recently, for helming, with sister Sara, the itinerant, genre-hopping Watkins Family Hour ensemble. But in the last year he has more assertively – and impressively – taken on the role of solo artist. What To Fear is a follow-up to 2014’s acclaimed All I Do Is Lie, which had been Watkins’ first solo effort in nearly a decade, ten years that had been jammed with collaborative projects and a herculean amount of touring. On his own, Watkins displays tremendous warmth and soulfulness as a singer, a refreshing candor and humor as a lyricist, and prodigious skill as an arranger. And he doesn’t merely stick with the familiar: On What To Fear, he bolsters an acoustic lineup with a rock rhythm section, bringing drama and drive to these new tracks while keeping intact the emotional intimacy of all the stories he is telling.
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& Dominique Arciero
Dominique Arciero is a singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles by way of Nashville by way of New York City by way of rural Pennsylvania. Her band The Lunabelles (with her two sisters) charted on country radio with a single on Sony Records. Recently she turned to recording her own original songs and scoring to film, then made an EP and began touring with Sean Watkins (Nickel Creek), accompanying him on keys and harmonies. She’s written and collaborated with many of Nashville’s hit writers and musicians, but her songs with Watkins are her most honest and inspired to date. The EP “Second Lives” is out now.
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Nikki Morgan
Nikki Morgan is a singer-songwriter based in Chicago but with the heart of a true Carolina girl. As a singer and a writer her style takes the form of country/folk with a beautiful splash of soul and often explores the duality and truth that lies in the many facets of life. As she continues her musical journey you can find her belting out at various venues and open mics around the city.
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Sat, May 27 - 5pm - $10 - All Ages
Tue, May 30 - 8pm - $10
Wed, May 31 - 8pm - $10adv/$12door
Fri, Jun 2 - 9pm - $10
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Mon, Jun 5 - 7pm - $5
Tue, Jun 6 - 8pm - $10adv/$12door
Wed, Jun 7 - 7pm - $25
Thu, Jun 8 - 8pm - $15
Sat, Jun 10 - 3pm - $10 - All Ages
Sat, Jun 10 - 5pm - $10 - All Ages
Sat, Jun 10 - 9pm - $8
Mon, Jun 12 - 8pm - $7
Tue, Jun 13 - 9pm - $10
Wed, Jun 14 - 8pm - $7
Thu, Jun 15 - 8:30pm - $20adv/$25door