They talk about their show at Canopy Club, their band name and influences, and play a phenomenal acoustic set.
Curtis chats with Red Wanting Blue about how they got started, their influences (including coffee, the road, and radio), and they each pick their favorite weapon and soundtrack of choice for the zombie apocalypse (including Mario fire powers and the “Final Countdown”). Between questions, they play the songs “White Snow” and “Audition” for us both […]
If you’re an enthusiast of the indie singer-song writer/folk type, chances are you’ve heard of Joe Pug. He’s got the spirit of Bob Dylan with his poetic lyrics, tinny instruments and hearty harmonica routine (but he’s got a much prettier voice…sorry Bob) and he’s made a name for himself in the genre since the release […]
Summer is right around the bend … so students are studying for finals and non-students are working hard to get some time off, right … ? Oh. Or not. I don’t know about you, but I plan to have just as much fun this week, regardless of exams. (Because exams are just gross. ) So […]
The Head and the Heart had Canopy Club decked out with festive lanterns and faux trees for the night. Before the Seattle-based band took the stage, their friends (and opening acts) Black Girls and Drew Grow and the Pastor’s Wives entertained the crowd. Black Girls kicked off the night. After their short but upbeat and […]
The Head and the Heart will be gracing the Canopy Club on Monday with their rich, Seattle-based folk rock. Josiah Johnson and Jonathan Russell, frontmen on vocals and guitar, are sure to treat fans and newcomers alike to a splendid night of upbeat and heartfelt tunes. The band released their first album, a self-titled record […]