Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.
October 20 2013
6:30PM doors -- music at 7:30PM ••• ALL AGES
$13.50 in advance / $16 at the door
anthemic indie music with vocal harmonies
and one other guy: Chris Carrabba
Twin Forks is Suzie Zeldin, Jonathan Clark, Ben Homola, and another guy but we are not allowed to say his name, which seems a bit silly because you can just see him on the poster here, or you can just go to their website and read his name and what other band he is from.
Twin Forks used to be called Twin Falls, but there were three other bands by that name:
The folk super group Twin Falls - comprised of members from The Narrative, Bad Books and Dashboard Confessional
"another band we cannot mention either", have announced they have changed their name to Twin Forks.
Ashlee Hardee Brown - lead vocals and keys
Jimmy Brown - lead vocals and guitar
Jordan Hardee - mandolin, synth, banjo
Alex Watson - drums
Shae Wooten - bass
It’s said that a great band is like a gang or perhaps a family, united by music, sweat, passion, and blood. That is certainly the case with Matrimony, an exhilarating new band whose interpersonal connections run far deeper than your average combo. Fronted by the husband and wife duo of Ashlee Hardee Brown and Jimmy Brown, the Charlotte, North Carolina
Matrimony began as a duo in 2009. With Ashlee’s Americana-rock influences an Jimmy’s Irish-folk roots, Matrimony blends modern anti-folk and indie
rock in their debut EP “The Storm & The Eye” produced by Joel Khouri of Bright City
Studios and self-released to critical acclaim in August, 2010.
Following the release, Matrimony toured across the country and shared the stage with acts including Mumford & Sons, Gillian Welch, Modest Mouse, Langhorne Slim and Nathaniel Rateliff.
In early 2011, Jordan, Alex and Shae joined Matrimony. With a common passion for songwriting and an original sound, the line up became complete. The five-piece recently concluded a tour on the east coast with a performance at SXSW in Austin, Texas.
Matrimony is currently writing new music and plans to release material in the next few months.
----native to L.A.
Branches have a knack for writing appealing songs that effortlessly skip along without any distraction from unwanted overproduction or needless vocal embellishments.
Eclectic, bouncy and addictive folk pop. Great lyrics and vocals. Truly original with a fantastic use of instruments and excellent arrangement.