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SongSmith @Mr Wolf's ft Brigid Kaelin / Where The Night Falls / Howard Silverman
Monday, January 29th, 2018
Brigid Kaelin: Kentucky musician/blogger sings, yodels, & plays at least 10 instruments all over the world. On tour to promote her new album across the UK with Steve Cooley www.brigidkaelin.com NEW ALBUM: Those Who Drift Away available 7/28/17 @brigidkaelin http://www.instagram.com/brigidkaelin http://www.twitter.com/brigidkaelin http://www.youtube.com/brigidkaelin Where The Night Falls: Sonically, majestic soundscapes; orchestral influences; lyrics filled with intrigue - Where The Night Falls invokes a dreamlike state like no other Where The Night Falls' music is rich in texture with lush orchestral strings, darkly gnarled synths and Kira's ethereal voice creating an intriguing soundscape. Inspired by the music of Massive Attack, Bowie and Unkle, Where the Night Falls' music is perhaps best described as a blend of IDM and Psychedelia. Online info www.musicglue.com/wherethenightfalls www.wherethenightfalls.bandcamp.com www.facebook.com/wherethenightfalls www.twitter.com/wtnfmusic www.youtube.com/kirasounds Howard Silverman: Singer Songwriter born and raised in the Bronx, NYC, he has lived in Bristol since the early 1970s. As a visual artist, he is a founding member of several artists' studio schemes : Artspace Bristol, The Bristol Printmakers Workshop (now Spike Print) and Spike Island. His musical influences are broad, but his sound comes primarily from the Blues and Americana. From the late Seventies to the Mid-Eighties, he played, mostly harmonica, with The Tiger String and Earl Shakespeare bands, at a range of venues, including Trinity and the Ashton Court Festival. More recently, he has been playing with Larkham and Hall, mostly as Coyote Blue, at venues such as: The Old Bookshop, The Fringe, Beese's Tea Garden, the Blue Lagoon, the Orchard and BBC Radio Bristol. He's also played with the Kirris Riviere Blues Band at the Canteen and the Thunderbolt, and with London based award-winning Blues musician Mississippi MacDonald. As a singer songwriter and guitarist, he has recently played solo gigs at the Elephant House, Lansdown, Three Tuns, and the John Sebastian Lightship.