$10 advance / $14 day-of show
Doors at 8 pm
Music at 9 pm
LAURA GIBSON is an internationally acclaimed multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, born and raised in the small Oregon logging town of Coquille. Her last album, Empire Builder, was praised by Pitchfork as "a cathartic tale of loss and redemption", and was called “a triumph” by Uncut Magazine. Both literary and raw, with a love of traditional folk music and a bent toward experimentation, she has toured four continents, and had the distinct honor of performing the very first NPR Tiny Desk Concert. She recently completed an MFA in fiction writing from Hunter College, and her sharpened language and story telling abilities are on full display on Goners, a new record on Barsuk Records
The Fader: "Rejoice, for Laura Gibson has finally released new music.”
NPR: "Laura Gibson dons a pink dress and wreaks havoc"
STELTH ULVANG is a rapid storyteller. Through tongue tied lyrics and fast paced raucous folk, he can pack a lot into a few songs. When he's not off touring with The Lumineers, he ties his fervor on guitar and piano into his own music, where live, he's joined by partner in crime Dorota Szuta. She adds a perfect blend of violin and vocals, as they waltz between melodies on his tunes about sea and space, or their cool and earnest love songs.