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Unraveler

Posted on 24th January, by briteadmin in Bios, Music Bios. No Comments

Venue: The Cleveland Hostel
Performance Time: 6:00pm 

Bandcamp | Facebook

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA

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“Borrowing from both Daniel Johnston and John Darnielle, Unraveler paints broad strokes of discontent
that should resonate among arbiters of quirky bedroom meditations. This music is not for hedonistic
pleasure-seekers looking for an easy way out.” –Pittsburgh magazine


Tom Evanchuck

Posted on 24th January, by ThomasFox in Bios, Music Bios. No Comments

Venue: The Cleveland Hostel
Performance Time: 9:00pm 

tomevanchuck.com | Facebook

Hometown: Cleveland, OH

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“Tom Evanchuck and the Old Money are living in multiple eras. Rising from the Midwest, this group
draws upon thei bluesy roots to carve out their own place in the burgeoning scene of folk and
Americana rock. But something sets this foursome apart from the rest—it’s and honesty found in every
one of their songs, a genuine love for the past that influences their present.”

Read the full bio at: reverbnation.com/tomevanchuck


ShiSho

Posted on 24th January, by briteadmin in Bios, Music Bios. No Comments

Venue: The Cleveland Hostel
Performance Time: 5:00pm 

sonicbids.com/shisho | Bandcamp | Facebook

Hometown: Kent, OH

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“ShiSho is the outsider-art band…from Ohio. They’ve been making quirky indie, pop-punk, folk music for
8 years. If They Might Be Giants and Kimya Dawson had baby daughters whom they powdered regularly
with Joe Jack Talcum—they’d grow up to be ShiSho. Though ShiSho are kids, they are not necessarily a
band FOR kids. ‘College radio & Indie moms love us for some reason,’ says Midge.”


Meridian

Posted on 24th January, by briteadmin in Bios, Music Bios. No Comments

Venue: The Cleveland Hostel
Performance Time: 10:00pm

Bandcamp | Facebook

Hometown: Cleveland, OH

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Meridian is the brain-child of brothers Max and Jake Stern. Max says of the album Aging Truths:

“’Aging Truths’ is a collection of songs…initially recorded on an internal laptop microphone perched on a beer-stained table in a cold Cleveland Heights apartment…”

 

 




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