The Thistle Brothers, Samantha McKaige & Grace Harriet
June 13 9:00 pm PDT
Doors Open: 8:30 pm$12.00
The Thistle Brothers (Cameron and Devin) are a Los Angeles-based brotherly duo making music for a cause. Each song that they release is connected to a different charity, and the money made from each song (through streams, purchases and donations) is sent to its respective charity. Their main influences include and stem from artists such as Stevie Wonder, The Beatles, and Bob Dylan, placing them in a sonic space that blends Folk, Soul, R&B, and Classic Rock. They hope that their music can not only please the ears of their listeners but also help to make the world a better place.
Samantha McKaige is a guitar playing, Americana singing, folk loving songwriter from Seattle. She takes inspiration from the woods and peaks of the Pacific Northwest, the beaches of Northern California, and the rivers of the Rockies.
Samantha is pursuing songwriting at Berklee College of Music in Boston, where she just released her debut Album, Bury Me Please in the Puget Sound, a collection of songs written from the grass and the sand of Washington’s San Juan Islands.
Samantha’s journeys and heartaches have inspired her lyrics, and her eclectic sound reflects her musical influences.
Samantha has opened for artists such as Ezra Bell, Lucy Wainwright Roche, and Suzzy Roche, and Copilot, at historic and esteemed venues such as Brighton Music Hall in Boston and The Sunset Tavern in Seattle. She performs solo or with a full band of talented musicians, rounding out her sound with electric and steel guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, trumpet, keyboard, backing vocals, and drums. Paired with her originals, Samantha also performs uniquely arranged covers of her favorite musicians, such as Caamp, Noah Kahan, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, Brandi Carlile, Gregory Alan Isakov, Gillian Welch and The Highwomen.
Grace Harriet is a 20 year old singer/songstress from Northern California, a place that deeply influences her music and lyrical content. Combining indie, rock, and folk styles, Grace performs music that encourages an audience to discover beauty in every emotion and experience. If you enjoy driving with the windows down through redwood trees, romanticizing farm life, or changing your outfit multiple times a day, you have come to the right place.
Grace previously made music throughout her teens under the artist name “Blovey” but since decided that Grace Harriet was where the soul of her projects will lie. Now, Grace is studying songwriting at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA where she is focusing on her next project. She performs around Boston with herself and a guitar but also with a wonderful band that helps bring her music to life. Her single “If I Make It That Far” came out on April 22nd, 2022 and expects to have more music out before 2023.
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