[I'm not familiar with the others, but Danielle Howle is not to be missed!]
from eddie's attic:
The Believers: Their marvelous take on country rock is nice?n?mellow, tinged with a ragged glory edginess. The Nashville-based duo are also blessed with great voices, either solo or in absolutely glorious, heartfelt close harmonies, first-rate guitar playing and songs that journeyed with a free spirit from alt. country to gospel, blues to foot-stomping, hillbilly porch-style.
Sarah Peacock: 22-year-old Sarah Peacock is a new up and coming independent artist from Atlanta, GA. Her fresh, edgy sound comes from the influence of pop, rock, and classic rock-n-roll. Vocally, Sarah has an extremely unique quality to the voice. Her strong and clear belt makes her a powerhouse performer, but the earthiness of her tone is smooth and inviting.
Danielle Howle: Oft-compared to Nina Simone and Flannery O'Connor, Danielle Howle is a powerful frontwoman whose vivid yet off-kilter musical stories weave a sweet sensibility and bare honesty into her work. Her solo performances are breathtaking, with captivating vocals. A comedian between songs, her prattles are filled with insight, inquiry, and wonder that speak of true romanticism. Howle's polished yet spontaneous hilarity creates a singular experience on the music scene.
--$10 before, $12 @ door
doors @ 630, music @ 730
Added by tolar on December 11, 2005