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OCT 31

11:30am & 8pm
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NOV 1

8pm
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The wisdom of an old soul in the body of a young, yearning individual.

Whether it’s her dynamic and passionate performances, or her poignant and honest songwriting, this sentiment has been expressed throughout Roohan’s nascent career. With a style that shifts seamlessly from sunny indie pop to heartfelt Americana and a stage presence that’s full of dynamic soul, she’s an entrancing presence who is making waves.

MaryLeigh was nurtured as a writer and performer at the celebrated Caffe Lena before shipping off to play pubs in Scotland for a year. There, she honed her guitar and vocal skills, and built confidence in exploring other musical ventures. Since graduating from her Scottish residency and moving back to the states, she has played everywhere from intimate cafes to wild festivals. The diverse stages she’s played match the variety of acts with whom she’s shared them.

This year, her new record and persistent wanderlust has brought her into the hearts of people all over the country. Skin & Bone has attracted new fans and opportunities including the chance to create original music for a soon-to-be-released documentary about women of 1969.

Official Website: http://www.maryleighmusic.com/
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NOV21

11:30am & 8pm
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NOV 22

8pm
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A bright, up and comer in the Minneapolis music scene -KARE 11/NBC

Hailing from Minneapolis, MN, Verskotzi is Joey Verskotzi, Izaac Burkhart, Grady Kenevan & Ian Allison. Verskotzi released their new album,Lemon Heart, on November 2, 2013 at Icehouse. The album was produced by Izaac Burkhart at The Color Lounge in Minneapolis.

Drawing from his 60's, 70's & indie rock influences, Joey has crafted an album that reveals his ‘roots’ musical tastes, and depicts his issues of addiction, trust, and relying on yourself to get through and out of the valleys.

Website: http://verskotzi.bandcamp.com/
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DEC     5

11:30am & 8pm
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DEC      6

8pm
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As frontman for The Daredevil Christopher Wright, J.E. Sunde toured the U.S., Canada and Europe full-time from 2009 through 2012. With the band now on hiatus, J. E. Sunde has embarked on a solo project.

“Over the years of writing with Daredevil I had gathered a fair amount of songs that for various reasons the band hadn’t used,” Sunde said. “Inspired by the sounds of the '60s and '70s, and musicians like Nina Simone and Leonard Cohen, I started writing and arranging. Most of the material was drawn from that back catalog of tunes that had been patiently waiting. I decided not to shy away from the shadow of my influences but to draw from familiar sounds and tweak them enough to create something that would hopefully feel comfortable but not entirely derivative. With that loose framework in mind, I followed a pretty intuitive creative process; grabbing onto what felt good and trusting that that would lead to something interesting.”

With the help of Shane Leonard (Kalispell, Field Report), Sunde recorded a full-length album —Shapes That Kiss the Lips of God— that was  released in June. The title comes from a lyric that describes birds migrating south.

Official Website: http://www.jesunde.com/


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