4 women led solo or duo projects packed into one intimate Thursday night.
Elder Sister Plum is Tanya Semple, a queer folk musician and songwriter based out of Victoria, BC. Elder Sister Plum uses subtle guitar playing and emotionally charged lyrics to pour her heart out and let you wade in the waters of her inner world. Her swashbuckling folk lullabies and musical ghost stories provide a dreamy landscape that anyone can get lost in
Julia & The Spectacles are Julia Knight, a ukulele, guitar pedals, and everything else she dreams up. And her glasses. Knight is a former resident of South Dakota, where she devoted herself to studying the trumpet in a small college town of 25,000. Her love of film scores, mussette accordion and The Flaming Lips ultimately led her mind to roam outside the world of embouchures and marching band.
The debut performance of A.M. (soon to be formerly known as Anna Jacquet), is a long awaited, slow and sultry folk groove mystery.
Baby Jay is husband and wife duo Jocelyne and Greg Block, featuring double electric guitar with lots of grit and silky smooth vocals. Channeling early rock and roll, slow dances, and a little bit of wild west / pirate opera, they bring lawless beauty, pulsing rhythms and ripping solos wherever they go.
If you have any questions about accessibility (or anything else) please don't hesitate to contact Jocelyne at [email protected]