Thursday, November 8th: Factories and Alleyways, Dogwood and Dahlia, guests
Doors: 8:30 pm. Admission: $8
Factories and Alleyways is a band of brothers, bonded together in the melodies they sing and the stories they tell. Taking their cues from the timeless works of The Band, Crosby Stills Nash and Young, The Eagles, Bruce Springsteen, and Whiskeytown, Factories and Alleyways produces music lush with three-part harmonies, delivered with raw emotion and soul. The band performs songs that bristle with live energy and warmth - they'll make you dance, they'll make you cry.
Dogwood and Dahlia, hailed as “Vancouver’s youngest poet singers,” have captivated the Vancouver indie folk scene since their formation in the spring of 2011. The band strives to reflect the beauty of its home through infectious pop melodies and traditional folk instrumentation.