LIVE SHOW ALERT! Music in the Vines with Not Amy, Ghosts I’ve Met, and Matt & Mike Gervais of Curtains for You!
A night of original indie-folk, power pop, and rock n’roll music at The Cave!
Featuring headliner Not Amy and performances by Ghosts I’ve Met and Matt Gervais & Mike Gervais of Curtains for You
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About the artists:
Combining the writing and vocal abilities of Chad Bault and Navid Eliot, with the breath-taking, Emmy Lou Harris-esque harmonies of Jennifer Borst, and the rhythm section of Mitch Sander and Shelby Cuyle is what makes Not Amy. To picture the sound: take a pinch of mid-60’s folk groups (The Mama’s and The Papa’s, Peter Paul & Mary, Simon and Garfunkel); a pinch of the 90’s garage rock the members all grew up on; and a heaping helping of the thought-provoking writing styles of Townes Van Zandt and Bob Dylan and you’ve got the sound-stew that is Not Amy. Add a potato while you’re at it, everyone likes a little potato in their stew.
Ghosts I’ve Met is the project of Michigan born songwriter Sam Watts.
The group was formed by Watts in Seattle, Washington along with guitarist Ben Blankenship and cellist Brent Arnold both formerly of Modest Mouse. In 2010 they released their first collection of songs, an E.P entitled “Payphone Patience” which featured the drumming of Michael Lerner (The Antlers) and piano work from Darren Jessee (Ben Folds Five). The EP was released on Canadian folk label Yerbird Records.
In 2011 Ghosts I’ve Met released their first full-length vinyl album also on Yerbird, entitled “From A Spark” which features guitarist Bill Patton (Fleet Foxes, J.Tillman) as well as Jenna Conrad (Damien Jurado). The album was on Seattle’s KEXP radio charts for months and warranted an in-studio performance at the station. In 2011 Ghosts I’ve Met opened shows for Jessica Lea Mayfield, Dolorean, Pearly Gate Music and The Antlers.
Matt Gervais & Mike Gervais of Curtains For You are still actively touring and releasing records with Curtains for You, but are sharing thier acoustic project as well. Their harmony vocals are equal parts Beach Boys and Everly Brothers.