Enjoy stripped-down indie-folk sets from Miles Hewitt of The Solars, Jobi Riccio and LittleBoyBigHeadOnBike!
Doors at 7:00 PM, music 7:30 PM
All ages, $5-10 suggested donation.
Miles Hewitt of The Solars: The Solars are an indie rock sextet from Boston fronted by Miles Hewitt. A band of profound depth and balance, their work is as informed by folk music traditions as cutting-edge studio trickery and a beyond-their-years pop sensibility.
Jobi Riccio is a singer-songwriter, guitar and mandolin player from Morrison CO. Her focus is in contemporary roots music, Americana, and Bluegrass. Jobi has received acclaim for her writing, including showcasing at the Durango Songwriters Exposition in 2015, being named a 2015 Young Arts finalist and winner in songwriting and winning a showcase spot as well as a recording grant in the Berklee Songs For Social Change 2016 contest. She’s been playing mandolin for five years and has recently began studying bluegrass guitar after initially learning the instrument to write songs. She is currently attending Berklee College of Music in the American Roots Music program.
LittleBoyBigHeadOnBike, the project of Rhode Island-based songwriter William Orchard, began in 2014 upon an intense dissociation from American Suburbia. Living in a backwards world of imagination that comes out at nightfall, Orchard’s early material captured the DIY spirit that emerges when boredom, bicycles, imagination, and childlike freedom are mixed. LittleBoyBigHeadOnBike’s discography now consists of 99 EP’s and Albums, totaling nearly 500 songs. Orchard’s 100th record, Big Blue Butterflies, is a story of the painful transformation from child to adult, fantasy to reality, and the limbo in the middle – all within the context of chaotic America in 2018.