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.
May 6 2022
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
••• 21 AND OVER
$15 in advance / $18 at the door
The Talbott Brothers
alternative indie pop
ethereal indie pop
The Talbott Brothers
-from Portland, OR
-The Talbott Brothers are an alternative—indie-pop duo that combine honest songwriting with down-to-earth messages that prove to be prevalent in today’s world. Originally from Imperial, Nebraska, they now call Portland, Oregon home.
After a hiatus from live music during the 2020 pandemic, the duo comes back with the full band in 2022 that will spotlight an evolving new sound on stage. Single releases from the Fall of 2021 – ‘Burned,’ ‘Open Sky,’ and ‘Heavy Love’ are a window into The Talbott Brothers newest album (Release Feb. 2022) that will have fans singing along at home and live at their concerts.
The Talbott Brothers have garnered national press over the past several years. The music world continues to have a high regard for their second full-length studio album that was released in 2019 — ‘Ghost Talker.’ Billboard defines their music as “captivating with haunting brotherly harmonies.”
Rolling Stone named their hit single ‘Run No More’ one of the ‘Top 10 Songs to Hear Now,’ in 2019. They define their music as “cinematic folk-rock for open highways, widescreen skies and the limitless reach of the American Heartland.”
They’ve shared the stage with the likes of Johnnyswim and ZZ Ward as well as performed at music festivals like Mile of Music, Northwest String Summit, and The Rock Boat.
-from Prescott, AZ
-Ponderosa Grove is a band born out of the artistic tapestry of Prescott,
Arizona. The acoustic trio, featuring Candace Devine, Drew Hall, and Joshua
Taylor, brings a warm and inviting sound that has been compared to a
contemporary Fleetwood Mac or modern day Eagles... but with a vibe like no
The band brings together a group of musicians with a wealth of creativity and diverse influences. A
songwriter on the Grammy-nominated Wild Heart by Mindi Abair, lead vocalist Devine has opened for
and worked with artists from Ringo Starr and Christina Aguilera to Adam Lambert, Tedeschi Trucks
Band, Michelle Branch, Styx, and more, as well as singing for television and feature films. She
spends time creating songwriter labs to encourage musicians to co-create and support other
musicians, hosts a successful podcast, The Creative Convergence and also hosts "Live from Raven
Sound Studio" a live music documentary series on YouTube.
Lead guitarist and vocalist Hall has worked on a variety of successful projects including THiS Trio, the
Latin/Flamenco inspired band Summa Totius, Northern Arizona staple The Cheektones, Big Daddy D
and The Dynamites (which he co-founded), as well as work with R&B sax pioneer Joe Houston, Ed
Carter (The Beach Boys), and Eddie Watkins Jr. (Temptations, Marvin Gaye). Singer-
songwriter/guitarist Taylor showcased his melodic guitar playing, buttery voice, adept vocal
arrangements, and highly evocative confessional songwriting in his debut album, About Time, in 2015
before going on to co-found indie-soul rock band King Taylor Projects with his wife, Sandi King, the
In 2021, Ponderosa Grove released their genre-blurring debut album, aptly titled The Debut. From
digging into their Americana roots with a new single in March, a new album in May, and a nationwide
tour, stay tuned for much more to come from this hard-working band of artists in 2022!
-from San Francisco, CA
-Silverware is led by San Francisco-based artist Ainsley Wagoner. Raised in Kentucky by church musician parents, her songs have the tension and resolve of a hymn book and an Appalachian propensity for top-of-your-lungs melodies. A lifelong student of voice, Wagoner revels in layered harmonies and a wide palette of vocal textures. Silverware recalls 60’s folk balladeers Linda Perhacs and Sybille Baier, the art pop sensibilities of Kate Bush and Weyes Blood, and the pierce-your-heart vocals of Joni Mitchell and Mitski. Silverware is like an overdue conversation with a trusted friend, where you name the things you’ve been afraid of and leave feeling washed clean.