- When: March 1, 2017 Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
- Where: eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
- Cost: FREE Please RSVP
Doors: 6:00 PM
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.
Wilson Harwood is a Nashville based songwriter and loop artist. Not afraid to bend genres, Wilson has been drawing on a diverse array of influences including bluegrass, blues, soul, and Americana. Wilson’s latest work incorporates banjo, guitar, ukulele and voice, making use of live looping, instrument changes, and layered vocal harmonies to create the rich sound of a full band with just one person.
Wilson’s accomplishments as a solo artist include his single “Rebound,” released November 2016, and an EP released in April 2016. His music was featured in the trailer for the independent film Persephone: Pictures at the End of the World and he was the winner of the Grassroots Music Festival Banjo contest in 2014.
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) has the singer-songwriter vibe when things get soft, but when his smoky voice raises, it echoes in your heartstrings with some major force,"
- Hannah Oreskovich, of BolderBeat.com.
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.
A.J. Fullerton is a award-winning Blues/Roots singer, songwriter and guitarist from Colorado. A.J. is a multifaceted entertainer, touring the Continental U.S. full time as a solo artist, a duo/trio, & in full band arrangements.
Michael Howard will look you in the eye for a socially questionable amount of time. His songs share intimate stories, often dark and passionate, with a dry humor and intensity that strains the bounds of a corporeal body. Expect folk chords, blues riffs, indie rock vocals, and an introspectively good time to be had by all. While Michael currently collaborates with a bevy of Colorado musicians, his heart shines through in the deceptive simplicity of the one man band. The answers are left to be discovered, the final word is often withheld. Fans of Nick Drake, Neil Young, Jason Isbell, and Tom Petty will feel right at home.
Live Painting by: Mick Tresemer and Ellen Moershel.