The bikes stop here! for 2 nights.
PETER MULVEY? The Washington Post: “The subtle power of his voice, a husky, hushed baritone… understated, at once sophisticated and intimate [singing songs] as cover-worthy as Randy Newman, Elvis Costello.”
Peter will have SISTA STRINGS on violin and cello. SistaStrings are Milwaukee-based sisters who are using their gifts of music to creating social change. As classically trained instrumentalists, Monique and Chauntee Ross are a dynamic, collaborative pair riffing on elements of classic and gospel music to create a unique sound rooted in passion. Their sound is soulful and fresh, a truly unique blend of their eclectic musical background. Their training in classical music paired with a deep love in gospel music has allowed them to cultivate their improvisation skills and use their instruments as their voice. The sound is rounded out by Nathan Killen on drums.
Hailing from the song-rich soil of Minneapolis, BRIANNA LANE is the latest in a deluge of compelling songwriters flooding the region. Lane’s vocals are both confidant and fragile, running parallels to Mindy Smith or Americana veteran Patty Griffin. Behind Lane’s beguiling smile lies a heart that has had its share of heartache where songs like “In My Bones” and “Company” draw their inspiration. Her stories oscillate between a sense of urgency and resolve while seeking a tranquil balance.