Rainy Eyes feat Irena Eide, Salt Suns, Ismay & Jeff Manson Band

Rainy Eyes feat Irena Eide, Salt Suns, Ismay & Jeff Manson Band

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$12.00 - $15.00

This event is all ages

Rainy Eyes
Rainy Eyes
Rainy Eyes - Soulful & undisguised, folk, rock, Americana

Rainy Eyes (Irena Eide) is a Norwegian-born Americana singer-songwriter. For the past decade she has been living in the San Francisco Bay Area; writing music, performing and touring throughout the US. Both solo and with a band, her performances have a spell-binding, inspiring effect and a soulful, heartfelt and timeless sound with tight-knit harmonies, melodious solos and thoughtful songwriting.
Rainy Eyes has opened for bands like Jackie Greene, Jon Cleary, Peter Rowan, Steep Ravine and played prominent stages like Sweetwater Music Hall, Henry Miller Library, Ashkenaz, Far West Fest, Sonoma Mountain Music Festival and more.
Rainy Eyes also won "best song of the month" at the Freight and Salvage West Coast Songwriters competition in April 2015 for her song "Moon In The Mirror", and has co-written two songs with grammy-award winning Peter Rowan. These songs will be featured on the upcoming solo debut album.
Her soon to be released debut album produced by Eli West (Cahalen Morrison and Eli West) and also featured on banjo, guitar and harmonies and Amy Scher on fiddle and harmonies and Irena on guitar and lead vocals.

More info, photos and videos at www.rainyeyesmusic.com
Salt Suns
Salt Suns
Hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area, the Salt Suns compose a sound that is intricately crafted, yet refreshingly understated. Sharing roots with ‘60s folk-rock, indie pop and ageless traditional songs. Rooted in American folk and rock; Guitar, bass, cello and drums weave with nuanced harmonies to create a subtle, dark, and honest music born from behind the Redwood Curtain.

Founding members Dylan Flynn and Isaiah Mead met and began making music in the mountains of North Carolina where the strong Old-Time music tradition overlaps with the modern sounds of Asheville’s indie scene. After Dylan and Isaiah returned to their native west, what began as a folk duo grew in size and sound, adding Ryan Hett on bass (Someone Company) and Jiordi Rosales on cello (Odd Job Ensamble, Rags).
Jeff Manson Band
Jeff Manson Band
Songwriter Jeff Manson is a family man, watching small town stories play out and hunting for turns of phrase that push them into the realm of relatable folk-wisdom plenitude that the best songs are made from.

California-born and West Marin-based, Jeff’s loose, wry music is infused with tender observations, eco-political poetry and subtle dirty jokes. The band quotes the Classic Rock Canon but the guitar solos are more like “guitar solos,” if you know what I mean.
Interests include: Nashville high strung guitar, big group harmony, tape delay and drum breaks. Abstract Mother Goose for the waning days of human civilization with a good groove to keep us grounded.

Jeff Manson dislikes writing about himself in the 3rd person because he is certain you can tell that he is doing it, which makes him feel pretentious. Nevertheless, he hopes you’ll forgive him for participating in this funny convention; he asked me to ask you to.
Jeff’s third full length album, ‘Wild Form’ is due August 2017 on Night Bloom Records. Find his complete catalog at jeffreymanson.bandcamp.com.
Ismay
Ismay
Coming from the coastal hills of Petaluma, California, Ismay represents the creative work of artist and horseback adventurer Avery Hellman. Drawing from bluegrass and old-time music as well as those who live in and write about the West, Ismay emanates from this cultural history with songs of the New American West.
Venue Information:
Sweetwater Music Hall
19 Corte Madera Ave.
Mill Valley, CA, 94941
http://www.sweetwatermusichall.com/