- When: September 6, 2017 Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
- Where: eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
- Cost: FREE (Please RSVP)
Every 1st Wednesday of the month at eTown Hall - 4 songwriters taking turns sharing their songs. Local original music in a curated community experience, accompanied by live painting.
Entrance is FREE! Please RSVP.
With his gritty, raw voice and resonator guitar, Hunter Stone has spent the last years crafting his own style of folk-blues. His songwriting echoes the simple melodic beauty of folk music of the past and his lyrical content paints pictures of the world we see around us. Stone kicks things up with the stomp of a foot drum and the bent notes of a pinky slide, bringing his lyrics to life with the emotional honesty of his voice.
Meredith Wilder received a Bachelor of Arts in Music with a vocal concentration from the University of New Mexico. From 2011-2015 her main focus was writing, recording and touring with her folk-rock trio Wildewood (Self-Titled and The Other Side). She has been a member of Albuquerque’s professional choir Polyphony: Voices of New Mexico since 2009 and recently began singing with Boulder, Colorado's semi-professional chamber choir Ars Nova Singers. Wilder has been a studio vocalist since 2007 and has recorded vocals on many Americana albums from the Southwest. She has taught privately for over three years and continues to write, record and perform original music as a solo artist (Self-Titled and The Coming of the Night).
Copper Leaf is Sawyer Bernath, a guitar-playing singer-songwriter based in Boulder, CO. He writes songs that are often bleak, occasionally redemptive, and usually about memory, aimlessness, and/or girls. His music has been compared to that of Iron & Wine, The Antlers, Frightened Rabbit, and The Beach Boys. The first full-length Copper Leaf album, "Lay Awake", was released on 11/19/16, and is available for streaming and purchase on the Copper Leaf website.
Monica is a Colorado native who's music is rooted in the folk revival, yet blends genres and the sounds of the American west with grace. Featuring sweet and soaring vocals and rock-solid rhythmic guitar, Monica's original songs come from a deep and genuine place that can touch your heart and move your body and spirit. You'll find her playing throughout Colorado with Monocle Band, Honeytree, as well as solo. In addition, she's passionate about teaching, recording and performing all around the Front Range.
Live Painting by Kamla Presswalla - https://ka