Thursday, March 22, 2012
He’s been writing and performing for over 10 years. From his teen years swapping songs with friends in Houston to the struggles of making a name for himself in Nashville, David’s songwriting journey has spanned multiple EP’s and a full-length, American Soil which garnered over 1,200 downloads in a 48-hr. period on Noisetrade. In 2010, David played 150 shows on numerous, independently booked tours. Feeling truly at home on the road, he calls his second home Austin, Texas. It's here where he wrote and recorded his latest release, Strangetown EP.
Daniel and the Lion
Clark County Buzzkill
Thursday, March 8, 2012
Doby Watson, Kansas folkie bluesman, is on tour!
Come groove to his soulful voice with local openers Tom Teslik and The Ugly Brothers Shah.
Early show, Tuesday night, 7pm sharp. $5
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Sunday, March 4, 2012
w/ The Oak Street Ramblers
THE STEEL WHEELS
The Steel Wheels are taking American music traditions on the ride of their lives and bringing audiences with them. Their fire-in-the-belly performances shorten the path between the listener's ear and heart, tingling the spine along the way. Like the Shenandoah Valley that the band calls home, their songs reveal both light and shadow. Building on the chemistry of the band and sensitively skilled instrumentation, lead vocals from multi-instrumentalist Trent Wagler soar and find perfect complement in back-up vocals from mandolin and guitar player Jay Lapp, with bass player Brian Dickel and fiddler Eric Brubaker joining in for heart-stopping four part harmonies. "Americana music at its very best!" said Larry Groce of Mountain Stage.
THE OAK STREET RAMBLERS
Though their influences hail from much further south, the Oak Street Ramblers call home the East Side of Madison, WI. A bluegrass band in the tradition of Flatt and Scruggs, Jimmy Martin, and Hazel Dickens, the Oak Street Ramblers specialize in bluegrass stompers, classic country weepers, and originals that, lyrical content aside, wouldn't sound out of place at a barn dance circa 1954. Tight vocal harmonies figure prominently into the Oak Street Ramblers' sound, and the group features no less than five singers ready to take the microphone at any given time. No wonder they have been voted as the favorite Madison-area folk/bluegrass band.
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Thursday, March 1, 2012
The Project Lodge is looking for submissions to participate in our Spring 2012 Exhibition! Any 2D medium is welcome.
It is FREE to submit and you may submit up to FOUR pieces.
The deadline is Sunday March 25th.
Your work will be displayed for a two week show starting April 8th and ending April 22nd. There will be a closing reception on Saturday April 21st (more details to come).
Submit a digital file in JPEG or TIFF format
In your e-mail include:
Title of Works Submitted
Medium of Works
Email submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org