March to May, The W Lovers, Jackelope Saints ...9pm $10

MARCH TO MAY:
March To May's sound has drawn comparisons to acts like The Civil Wars, Damien Rice, the Swell Season, and Robert Plant and Alison Krauss. In the words of Chuck Taylor, former Sr. Editor at Billboard Magazine, “Folk duo March to May’s soft and gentle new single “Embers” is certainly a song that we can all relate to…all that’s missing here is a fading sunset and a requisite glass of red wine. Cheers… to that love we shall never forget.”

"Together Beth and Darren create something very powerful. Beautiful at times, and heartbreaking at times - their voices and instruments meet and give birth to some of the most delicate and elegant sounds I have heard in a long time." - All What's Rock

LISTEN HERE:
https://youtu.be/jKfubTm-qZk


THE W LOVERS:
The W Lovers started as a duo of distant lovers- Fleur is From New Zealand and Wesley from The foothills of Washington- Together they have shaped their own unique brand of songwriting commonly described as rustic alt-country and folk.

"A cultured blend of alt country and Americana that rings of rustic small towns and makes the listener feel warm and at home." - The Portland Vanguard

With over 250 Performances as a duo since 2014, the next chapter looks exciting for The W Lovers.

"The W Lovers are the best new duo to step into the Seattle music scene" - Findyourfav.com - Seattle

Joining the duo on stage at Conor Byrne will be the full band they recently finished recording their debut album with!

The W Lovers' Self-titled debut is scheduled for release to their eager audience in early May.


LISTEN HERE:
https://vimeo.com/157521574


THE JACKALOPE SAINTS:
Hailing from Portland, The sound of The Jackalope Saints is folk music fashioned to bluegrass and hammered to the floorboards of forgotten barns, winding through overgrown valleys where ailing giants sleep their lives away. Cut from seven cloths, forging original music. Bringing experience from a variety of musical backgrounds to create a unique, rich sound reminiscent of forest fires and screen doors slamming.


LISTEN HERE:
http://thejackalopesaints.bandcamp.com/