Kevin Devine - songs, vocals, guitar, bass, piano, percussion.

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Tuesday June 6 2017
  7:00PM doors -- music at 8:00PM ••• ALL AGES
$14 in advance / $16 at the door
Kevin Devine
www.kevindevine.net/
 Indie folk rock emo
Chris Farren
chrisfarren.com/
 country
Boy Scouts
taylorvick.bandcamp.com/
  alternative bedroom pop


Kevin Devine
Kevin Devine - songs, vocals, guitar, bass, piano, percussion.
-from Brooklyn, NY

-Kevin Devine is an independent singer/songwriter from Brooklyn, NY. He plays alone, with his Goddamn Band, and as a member of Bad Books.


Chris Farren
Chris Farren
-from Naples, FL

-Chris Farren is one of those names that is always on the tip of your tongue. Though he’s been heavily involved in music for years —and he’s become well-known for his inventive merch, including his take on the classic The Smiths shirt — Farren is still working on breaking out in the large world of singer-songwriters. After experimenting and honing his solo work on a few memorable EPs and a Christmas album called L ike A Gift From God or Whatever , Farren is ready to release his full-length Can’t Die . With it, he’s poised to become known on his own terms and with his own unique sound.

“I definitely wanted to make something that wouldn’t just sound like another Fake Problems record,” says Farren. “ I wanted to make something that was poppier and a little less aggressive — but still energetic and entertaining. Lyrically, there’s some sadness involved but I didn’t want it to be a bummer to listen to.” The result is a clever blend of pop and gloom, the sort of record that will keep you dancing even when the lyrics cut deep. Farren, who cited Coconut Records, Belle & Sebastian, and Magnetic Fields as his influences while recording Can’t Die , has crafted a record that has a true indie-pop sensibility and remains musically upbeat throughout.



Boy Scouts
taylor vick
-from Manteca, CA

-"I can't even choose a favourite track - 23, Did You See My Cry, End Of It, Marinate.. I could go on. They're all beautifully constructed, low-fi, and devastatingly relateable. I wish I found this sooner, and it only came out a few months ago".-