Doors at 8:30 | 21+
9 - Bjear
9:45 - WYNDHAM
10:40 - Jesse Marchant
Advance ticket price: $10.00
Day of Show ticket price: $12.00
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Jesse Marchant is a Swiss-Canadian multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and record producer based in New York City. Marchant has recorded 4 studio albums and an EP, Brightest of Feathers. His most recently completed LP, Illusion of Love, is out now. Marchant has completed numerous headline tours of the US and Canada. He has been featured in national support slots for the Mercury Prize-Winning group Alt-J, Other Lives, Nathaniel Rateliff, Sondre Lerche, Rogue Wave, Cloud Cult, Heartless Bastards, Local Natives, AA Bondy, Damien Jurado, and many more. Marchant's songs have been featured on several Emmy Award-winning shows including Grey's Anatomy, Parenthood, Shameless, The Blacklist, Eyewitness, Bones, etc.
Wyndham Garnett is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter & producer based in Los Angeles. He is an original member of Elvis Perkins in Dearland, and a former touring member of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. He has shared the stage with the likes of My Morning Jacket, Cold War Kids, Levon Helm, Pete Seeger, Dr. Dog, The Felice Brothers, Marco Benevento and many others. His first solo album 'Made in Voyage' was self produced and released in 2016, under the name WYNDHAM. Later that year, WYNDHAM put out an EP, 'Double You,' produced by Gus Seyffert (Beck, Black Keys). It's lead single, "Gypsy," earned a spot on Elle Music's Best New Songs of December 2016, alongside Neil Young and Childish Gambino. Garnett has collaborated closely with musician and actress Lola Kirke, producing her self-titled EP, along with her debut LP, 'Heart Head West,' which was released on Downtown Records in August 2018 and followed by a pair of Christmas songs released this past November. With his latest offering, Garnett collaborated with celebrated Producer/Engineer Sean O'Brien (Moses Sumney, Harriet) and will release May 3rd, 2019.
Bjear is an attempt at capturing an idea - a bigger dream and picture - than Adelaide has come to both expect and represent. With malleable songs, set-lists, and lineups that breathe and change, Bjear - as a solo performance from creator and curator Brae McKee, or a packed stage full of brass and strings - adapts to tell the fitting story and narrative of the time.