Misner & Smith with Hollis Peach – Friday, Jan 18 @ 8pm


On November 15, 2018 By admin

Misner & Smith:

Hailing from Northern California, Misner & Smith’s music is a combination of soaring vocal harmonies, extremely tight instrumental arrangements, and story-filled, poetic songwriting, adding up to some of the most electrifying music on the scene today. The band’s sound harkens back to the bedrock of american rock & folk, but the diversity of styles and genres are one of the things that set M&S apart. They can shake the walls like a freight train and then quiet the room to a whisper in a single song. With two singers who could easily lead a band independently, Sam and Megan sing with one voice, with music that captures longing and belonging in the same moment. Close your eyes and you’ll be swept up in a sound that you’ll swear is a full band.

See more at www.misnerandsmith.com

 

Hollis Peach:

Hollis Peach, an Indie Songwriting & Vocal Duo, creates not only exceptional music, but also an extended community of artists, students, performers, and business partners. Their musical arrangements and harmonies are lush, intricate, and often hypnotic in their elegance. Kenneth Pattengale, of the Grammy-nominated The Milk Carton Kids, describes Dan as, “…a monster guitar player.” And this is true, as their phrasing artistically expresses in the cleverest and subtlest of ways.

Daniel has been performing (guitar & banjo) with world-renowned theatre company Oregon Shakespeare Festival, in their production of OKLAHOMA! Which has gotten reviews in the New York Times, PBS NEWS HOUR, NPR’s Here & Now etc…After theatre season they will be touring in promotion of their second release, “Sun Sits Low,” with crowd favorites Yukon River St. Jude’s Fire. Daniel also teaches songwriting at Southern Oregon University.

They’ve also started a songwriting/performing movement called the Ashland Folk Collective | www.ashlandfolkcollective.com. “We want artist’s to make a living wage, we are doing our part to create a new culture around music and it’s patronage,” says Jacqui. As founders of the Collective they’ve performed and produced with/for Shook Twins, Rainbow Girls, John Craigie, Max Gomez, Sean Rowe, John Stickley, Anna Tivel…and more.

See more at hollispeach.com

 

Tickets: $20 (Buy Now!)

Show Starts @8pm, Doors open @ 7:30pm