Join us for an evening with The Bergamot, Sturtz, and Sam Rae. It's springtime in Boulder. Why not fall in love again?
About this event: Doors 7pm / Show 8pm All ages. Cash Bar.
ABOUT THE BERGAMOT "The hottest emerging music talent"- People "A sound the indie world has been waiting for."- Atwood Magazine The Bergamot Emmy Award Winners for “Trailblazer: The Bergamot” by Grotto Network" National touring act, The Bergamot has been described as "the dreamy indie-pop duo you have been waiting for". The duo is known for its songwriting, uplifting music, and entertaining shows. Their sound is often compared to Of Monsters and Men, Benjamin Gibbard, and Mac Demarco.
ABOUT STRUTZ The acoustic quartet – Andrew Sturtz [vocals, guitar], Jim Herlihy [banjo], Courtlyn Carpenter [cello], and Will Kuepper [bass] – falls somewhere at the intersection of folk and soul, with lead singer Andrew Sturtz’s melodic vocals soaring over the lower string instrumentals. Sturtz is based in Boulder, CO, making appearances at venues like eTown in Boulder, CO, the Belly Up in Aspen, CO, and the Mishawaka Amphitheater in Bellvue, CO. The band was featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered in 2020 and released their first full-length album in August 2021.
ABOUT SAM RAE Charleston based singer-songwriter and former Boulder native, Sam Rae (they/them), blends their roots in classical cello and looping with the traditional landscape of Americana music. With hauntingly deliberate vocals, Sam Rae unveils rich personal narratives that tap into something that is innately shared between themselves and the audience. With their approachable style of songwriting on guitar and a sultry alto vocal that paint landscapes of the human experience, former cellist for Brandi Carlile, Sam Rae takes their audience to another dimension using carefully written Americana tunes entwined with psychedelic cello loops.
ABOUT ROOTS MUSIC PROJECT Roots Music Project is a non-profit local music incubator based in Boulder, Colorado. We believe in the power of music to make the world a better place. All music starts locally. We empower artists, fans, and venues to connect and create a thriving and inspiring local music scene. Doors 7pm / Show 8pm All ages. Cash Bar.
Presented by Strings and Wood Concerts...
Join us on Sunday, April 10th for a live performance by Sam Rae, Megan Burtt, and Amy Martin. Doors open at 7pm, music starts at 7:30pm. $15 tickets in advance, $20 at the door.
A former native of Denver, Sam Rae (they/them), blends their roots in classical cello and looping with the traditional landscape of Americana music. With hauntingly deliberate vocals, Sam Rae unveils rich personal narratives that tap into something that is innately shared, weaving in songs of unyielding energy with looped cello and vocals. Alongside their own tours they have doubled as cellist and back up singer for Grammy Award-winning artist Brandi Carlile (2015, 2018-2021) and have toured extensively around the US collaborating with a variety of artists including Brandi Carlile, Gregory Alan Isakov, The Highwomen, Courtney Marie Andrews and more. Sam Rae's music was described by the Charleston Magazine as intentional. Once you accept that Rae is taking you on a journey, you can surrender to the ride.
Megan Burtt is an international touring singer/songwriter decorated with national recognition. She is the winner of the Kerrville NewFolk, Rocky Mountain Folk Festival and Westword Music Award and a finalist in Mountain NewSong, Songwriter Serenade and Great American Song Contest. In 2010 she released It Aint Love, a 12-song collection she made with bandmates, among them, Louis Cato (of Jon Batiste and Stay Human, house band for Stephen Colbert, Marcus Miller, Snarky Puppy, and Bobby McFerrin). She worked with the same group for her 2015 release The Bargain which charts her recovery from a serious illness with songs that move from darkness to light. In 2013 she released In Good Company: The Colorado Sessions a collaborative album of co-writes with Colorado bands including SHEL and Covenhoven.
Amy Martin has been a singer/songwriter in the Shenandoah Valley for the last decade first with her Alternative Bluegrass band, Many Nights Ahead. Amy officially launched her solo career by releasing her first self-titled album in March of 2020 which was made possible by the thousands of dollars raised through community support. In April 2021, Amy released her latest single called, Sweet Virginia a song about the realization that it was time to move West. Amy relocated to Denver, Colorado in April of 2021 and is releasing an Americana album with Grammy Award Winning producer, Chance McCoy, later this year.
$15 adv / $20 door
Join Sam Rae and Joel Timmons for an intimate night of unplugged acoustic, original music at the local record shop
Join Sam Rae and Joel Timmons for a night of music at the infamous home of Lee Jacobson
Sam Rae (they/them) pushes the edges of Americana by telling candid tales of the human experience with their lyrics and songwriting paired with an unparalleled stage presence and looped cello/vocal tunes that will surprise an audience with it's unyielding energy. The highlight of it all may be their sultry alto vocals accompanied by guitarist Joel Timmons of Sol Driven Train and vocal harmonies by Terry McCants. Alongside their own tours Sam Rae has doubled as cellist and back up singer for Grammy Award-winning artist Brandi Carlile (2015, 2018-2021) and has toured extensively around the US collaborating with a variety of artists including Brandi Carlile, Gregory Alan Isakov, The Highwomen, Courtney Marie Andrews and more.
An indie-Americana mix of pop, folk, and little twist of country, Natalie's catchy melodies and smooth voice will put you at ease as she weaves stories of heartache, longing and joy. Her latest single, Heavy, was released in the summer of 2020. Described by Trey Gutierrez (Texas Music Magazine) as “one of Austin's most dynamic new singer-songwriters,” this artist’s ethereal, one-of-a-kind sound refuses to fall neatly into one category. Just as comfortable dabbling in Americana or folk as she is indie-pop, Natalie Price’s music is perhaps best encapsulated by its deep-seated humanity. “Each of her songs takes you on this journey,” says Noëlle Hampton, Price’s backup vocalist and singer/guitarist for Austin rock outfit, The Belle Sounds, “they capture not one emotion, but many -- [reflecting] what the listener needs to feel.”
Batty Junior is an indie folk band born and raised in Austin, TX. The band formed when Jarmon began collaborating with Wild Child's Sadie Wolfe on cello, and has grown to include Billy Wong on bass (not pictured), and Ringo Deathstarr's Daniel Coborn on drums.
Featuring special guest Andrew Noble, Violin
7:30pm doors / 8pm show, $12 adv tix / $15 door
April 1, 2022 Austin, TX
$12 adv tix, $15 door
30A Highway resort corridor located along the Gulf of Mexico in Northwest Florida
I'm excited to announce that I will be performing at the @30ASongwritersFestival on Jan 17-20, 2020! It's going to be an amazing 4-day festival on Hwy 30A in Santa Rosa Beach, FL. Join me and 200+ other artists this January! Tickets available at http://bit.ly/2qUIOmy