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Event Archive - Tamara Nile, Familiar Wild, Carolyn Mark

Tue. September 17th 2013 900 - 1200 Copper Owl (No Minors) 900 - 1200
$8 - $10 sliding scale
T.NILE
http://www.tnile.com/
Born and raised in a cedar cabin on a remote gulf island and daughter of a legendary west coast one man band, T. Nile has blended the best of a traditional folk upbringing with vintage and modern electronics, creating a sound at the leading edge of the electro-folk movement. - See more at: http://www.tnile.com/bio/#sthash.BURceoWu.dpuf

FAMILIAR WILD
http://www.familiarwild.com/
guitar ambiance of Nick Drake” (Director, W2 / Salish Seas Festival 2012). Familiar Wild plays Alternative Folk music thick with orchestral arrangements and subtly poetic lyrics. Their nuanced chord progressions, kwirky rhythms and floating melodies create a unique listening experience that walks the fine line between Folk and the AAA world

CAROLYN MARK
http://www.carolynmark.com/
"Mark's music is so authentic in its back porch vibe, it seems to come with its own direct link to Loretta Lynn's '60s heyday - like her heroes, Mark is not afraid to rail against a man too drunk to understand his own fuck-ups. Not to say Mark is some kind of saint: Her gigs are known for their off-balance candor and ribald humor as much as the homespun tunes. Go for the music, stay for the dirty jokes."
Metromix New York

$8 - $10 sliding scale

Tamara Nile (Roots, Americana, Indie Folk)

"Come from Galiano Island with a banjo on her knee, Vancouver's Tamara Nile could well be the biggest roots noise out of these very rootsy parts since Neko Case and the Be Good Tanyas. Produced with the gifted Adam Popowitz, this is earthy as mushrooms, but Nile is no mere campfire girl, possessing formidable writing and singing chops. The openin... more info

Carolyn Mark (coastal and western)

Ex-Vinaigrettes front lady, and country-punk chanteuse sings songs that'll tickle your heart and break your funny bone. more info
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