The Mac Talley Trip, Mattie B., As a City on a Lake, Barnaby Bright
Four-pack of talented musicians will play in one night.
When: Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013, 7 p.m.
Where: SOhO, 1221 State St., Santa Barbara
Age limit: All ages
The Mac Talley Trip
The Mac Talley Trip is a rock quintet that specializes in rock, power-pop, & Americana w/ psychedelic guitar flavoring. Playing both electric & acoustic shows, The Trip features Talley original songs, as well as covers by our favorite known & unknown artists. The band is based & gigs in the Santa Barbara area, with forays into other regions in CA. The Trip finished new material w/ Robinson Eikenberry for its CD release of "Wild Cards" on Nov. 2nd of 2011. Drummer Donna Eveland recently joined The Trip.
As a City on a Lake
Alex Wong is a Brooklyn-based producer, writer and performer whose signature sonic style resonates in all he creates–from cinematic pop soundscapes to electronic tinged theater scores to his honest, direct songwriting. He has produced recordings with leading artists such as Delta Rae (Sire/Warner Bros), Ari Hest (Downtown/Mercer Street), Elizabeth and the Catapult (Verve/Forecast), Melissa Ferrick (MPress Records), Vienna Teng (Rounder/Universal) and Grammy nominee Ximena Sarinana (Sire/Warner Bros.) with whom he’ll be appearing at both Coachella and SXSW this year. His work with Ms. Sarinana can also be heard on the new Bob Dylan tribute album “Chimes of Freedom” for Amnesty International on the song “I Want You” (featured track on the Starbucks edition) available 1/24. Alex has garnered critical acclaim for his songwriting collaborations with recording artists Amber Rubarth (The Paper Raincoat), Vienna Teng, Paul Freeman, Elizabeth and the Catapult and Alex Berger (Independent Music Award winner). His songwriting has been heard in film and television projects such as “The Last Song” (Disney/Touchstone), “One Tree Hill,” and “The Lincoln Lawyer” (Lion’s Gate).
Brooklyn-based indie folk rock duo Barnaby Bright, have garnered high accolades for their lyrically captivating and impeccably balanced songwriting and sound. The ying to each other's yang, Becky's angelic voice enchants audiences, while Nathan's brilliant mastery of multiple instruments and writing styles guides the songs down their path. Finalists in the prestigious New York Song Circle Contest for two years in a row, Barnaby Bright was awarded the Grand Prize, winners in November 2010 for their song, "Don't Look Down."
Event posted Jan. 10, 2013
Last updated Jan. 18, 2013