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  • MELODIME

    Wed Jun 28th 9:00 EDT - Rock

    Most up and coming bands have dreams of fame and fortune, scoring No. 1 hits and platinum records, and becoming a household name. And, there's nothing wrong with that. But, MELODIME, a rock band that blends haunting bittersweet melodies with emotionally rich vocals atop a bed of Southern-flavored alt rock, is not like most bands. Instead, MELODIME has something bigger in mind. Rhodes explains, "There are so many bands trying to do the same thing. But we want to do something with our lives beyond the music to show people that you don't have to be famous to make an impact in this world." The project that's helping MELODIME accomplish that goal is their new album, "Where the Sinners & the Saints Collide." With the album fully funded by their loyal and ever-growing fan base during their “Make an album, change a life” campaign, the band is donating 100% of the profits from album sales to a non-profit foundation they started called Now I Play Along Too, which provides musical instruments and education for orphans, victims of disasters, and underprivileged kids locally and around the world. Inspired by the gift of an anonymous person, they are continuing that story and putting instruments into the hands of people who would've never been able to afford them. The band is living the idea of looking outside yourself described best in, "Where the Sinners & the Saints Collide," their thematic record about coming together, regardless of our differences, to do some good. "The album carries strong themes of redemption and has songs about picking yourself up from your boot straps, using those past mistakes and failures to make yourself a better person to help people who may be 'lost and broken' so to speak." says Rhodes, who adds that the theme picks up where the 2011 album "3 Reasons For Fighting" left off. MELODIME is what's missing in music today - a band that tells stories from their deepest recesses of their hearts and souls; a band that seamlessly blends the musical past with the sounds of the future, and a band that isn't just making an album for the greater good of their band. "Make an album, change a life." It's not just a campaign slogan; it's their life goal.

  • NZ Songwriters in the Round. Three different songwriters will perform their songs acoustically and share their inspirations for their songs.

  • JESSE LÉGE AND JOEL SAVOY

    Thu Jun 29th 10:30 EDT - Classical, Rock

    NOTE : Concert Window tickets are for streaming the show online. If you are coming to the house show in Portland, please pay your donation at the door. Thank You!* ********************************** We are a house concert series in SE Portland, OR consistently presenting high quality acoustic music of all genres from all over the world in a cozy acoustic space that supports both audience & musicians. We have presented over 350 shows over the past 8 years. See <a href="http://www.froggie.com">www.froggie.com</a> for complete calendar of events. Watch the Oregon Art Beat feature on our series! <a href="http://www.pbs.org/video/2350907398/">www.pbs.org/video/2350907398/ </a>. ---> THANK YOU KICKSTARTER SUPPORTERS for making our campaign a success!!!

  • MARTIN GARRISH & FRIENDS "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories"

    Fri Jun 30th 8:00 EDT - Folk, Blues

    Welcome to the COYOTE MUSIC DEN - Live Music Concert Listening Room and Lesson Studio on the edge of the harbor in Community Square, Ocracoke Island, NC. A historic, magical setting. "Coyote Plus One" is an evening of well-crafted spontaneity with Coyote (Marcy and Lou) and a different guest each week. (Tuesdays, May 23 - Sept 26) Sponsored by Dajio Restaurant. "An evening with COYOTE - Marcy & Lou" This is a long-awaited return by popular demand of this duo to the stage - charming, powerful original songs and unique covers. (Wednesdays, May 24 - Sept 27) "Martin Garrish & Friends - "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories" hosted by this beloved island native along with Coyote (Marcy & Lou) and special guests. (Fridays, April 14 - Nov 22 Thanksgiving Show) - December 8 is the Christmas Show and final show of 2017. These "house concert style" shows are held (and broadcast live) on Ocracoke Island, NC from the COYOTE MUSIC DEN. COYOTE are Marcy Brenner & Lou Castro who make Ocracoke Island, NC their home. Ever "the trickster," Coyote draw from a huge arc of influences (and instruments!) from classical to heavy metal, in both original songs and adapting covers. They have an engaging and spontaneous presence that invites listeners and audiences into their proverbial living room with enchanting, intimate songs and colorful music tinged with folk, rock, blues and jazz flavors. For more info visit www.coyotemusic.net Coyote Music Den info only line (252) 928-6874 (music) Photos & Graphics by Jessie Morrissey, Carol Woolgar Signs by Len Skinner, Bob Imber

  • Tom Munch Online Living Room Concert

    Sun Jul 2nd 9:00 EDT - Jazz, Folk

    Tom Munch has brought a blend of Southwest-Folk-Jazz to Southern Colorado's music scene for over 2 decades. Tom has performed at a wide variety of venues, including concerts and festivals, restaurants and schools, civic events and nursing homes, and even dude ranches and the Royal Gorge Bridge. His versatility also is seen in an impressive repertoire of some 2,500 songs. Styles include jazz standards, western, folk, classic rock, R&B, children's and rare historic songs, plus originals. Tom finds the heart of each song and performs with a love of music and respect for his audience, whether it be in a concert setting or for his weekly work with Alzheimer's patients. Tom has released 8 CDs: "Tribute," featuring classic jazz standards in a tribute to his father; "Signature," "Profile" and "Down to Earth," featuring an eclectic mix of favorites from the 20 years of playing; "Christmas," a collection of holiday songs; and a retrospective colonial music CD for the Zebulon Pike Bicentennial featuring a collaboration with Don Richmond and Rex Rideout titled "A Voyage of Such Nature," “Cowboy Americana,” featuring favorite cowboy & American songs. His latest album is “Songwriter,” a collection of all-new original tunes written in just the last two years. Tom spent much of his life in New Mexico where he acquired an ear for both Southwest music and Texas two-step. He melded these musical loves with his formal education in music from the University of Nebraska. In Pueblo Tom stretched his musical talents into the realm of producing concerts by bringing in nationally renowned folk artists. Recently Tom has been the musical director for the “Song of Pueblo” oratorio, a musical & visual history of Pueblo, Colorado, & he was featured on CBS-4 TV Denver’s “Colorado Getaways” singing on a mountain pass among the bristlecone pines. Tom's strength lies in his ability to adapt to any venue and audience. He can croon with the best or bring the audience to its feet with a toe tapper, all the while with a smile and a genuine affection for the music.

  • Daisy O'Connor

    Wed Jul 5th 11:00 EDT - Comedy, Folk

    In response to her quarter life crisis, singer-songwriter Daisy O’Connor quit her career in social work and hit the road to write songs, live simply, and “do be do” what she loves today. “Music saved my life, reaching my darkest moments and reminding me I’m not alone. I want to shine that light back.” An engaging, humorous, and candid performer, Daisy prefers to perform solo - folksinger style- and tours as much as she can, always taking the road less travelled. Daisy’s debut full length album “Lightchasers” mixes indie folk, rock, psych, americana, country and pop into a soothing groove that’s all her own: quirky, captivating, cleverly queer, and crooning. "Lightchasers" is available for pre-order now via Kickstarter, and is scheduled to release in September 2016. "a forceful combination of honesty and artistry." - Texas Music Magazine More at www.daisyoconnor.com

  • MARTIN GARRISH & FRIENDS "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories"

    Fri Jul 7th 8:00 EDT - Folk, Blues

    Welcome to the COYOTE MUSIC DEN - Live Music Concert Listening Room and Lesson Studio on the edge of the harbor in Community Square, Ocracoke Island, NC. A historic, magical setting. "Coyote Plus One" is an evening of well-crafted spontaneity with Coyote (Marcy and Lou) and a different guest each week. (Tuesdays, May 23 - Sept 26) Sponsored by Dajio Restaurant. "An evening with COYOTE - Marcy & Lou" This is a long-awaited return by popular demand of this duo to the stage - charming, powerful original songs and unique covers. (Wednesdays, May 24 - Sept 27) "Martin Garrish & Friends - "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories" hosted by this beloved island native along with Coyote (Marcy & Lou) and special guests. (Fridays, April 14 - Nov 22 Thanksgiving Show) - December 8 is the Christmas Show and final show of 2017. These "house concert style" shows are held (and broadcast live) on Ocracoke Island, NC from the COYOTE MUSIC DEN. COYOTE are Marcy Brenner & Lou Castro who make Ocracoke Island, NC their home. Ever "the trickster," Coyote draw from a huge arc of influences (and instruments!) from classical to heavy metal, in both original songs and adapting covers. They have an engaging and spontaneous presence that invites listeners and audiences into their proverbial living room with enchanting, intimate songs and colorful music tinged with folk, rock, blues and jazz flavors. For more info visit www.coyotemusic.net Coyote Music Den info only line (252) 928-6874 (music) Photos & Graphics by Jessie Morrissey, Carol Woolgar Signs by Len Skinner, Bob Imber

  • Heather Miller

    Tue Jul 11th 8:00 EDT - Folk, Pop

    Many times the stereotype of a successful musician is that of a carefree gypsy with no roots or responsibilities, but with the release of her first EP, Anchor, Heather Miller turns that assumption on its head by releasing an inspiring collection of rootsy, melodic songs after spending a year anchoring herself to her art and her calling. Growing up in Fairfield, Iowa, Miller surrounded herself with art and music at a young age. She remembers being steeped in acoustic music with her father playing Donovan and Pete Seeger on guitar along with hefty doses of the Beatles. Though she hung around the theater crowd in high school, it wasn’t until college that she began to find her musical groove. Lilith Fair was at its peak, and Miller dove into the catalogs of Sarah McLachlan, Dar Williams, and other prominent female singer-songwriters. She also taught herself how to play guitar and started performing at open mics. In 2008, Miller began DJing her own show for women singer-songwriters called Lyrical Venus on KRUU, a solar powered radio station in Fairfield. Her passion for music and the women artists she was inspired by transformed into a platform to share their music with a larger population. The show still currently runs every Wednesday on KRUU and streams globally online. http://kruufm.com/lyrical-venus It was 2011, however, that brought about a seismic shift in Miller’s relationship to her path in music. While she was championing the art of so many songwriters via her Lyrical Venus radio show and blog, she still felt a void in relation to her own art. The nagging calling to do something led her to find Rubicon Artist Development in Austin, Texas, a recording studio and year-long mentorship program founded by producer and musician Daniel Barrett. Rubicon offered intensive study and goal-oriented mentoring in writing, musicianship, performing, and recording. Sometimes an anchor has to travel a long ways before it finds some ground to settle in, and in Miller’s case she had some life re-organizing to do. With the support of her husband who stayed in Iowa, she sold her car and rearranged her life to be able to afford the Rubicon program and a year of living in Austin. She packed two suitcases and her guitar and left home behind for a year of intense focus on her craft. Working with Barrett, Miller spent the year in the Live Music Capital of the World not only working on her inner musical self, but putting her performer self into the world. Barrett suggested she start performing at open mics to hone her skills, and throughout the course of the year she performed at over 150 open mics, showcases, and gigs in Austin and formed a band during her time there. “I just jumped in and started swimming, and it was foundational and transformational to my confidence, self-acceptance and professionalism as a musician,” she says. She also closed out her year by recording Anchor, a 5-song EP. The songs on Anchor reflect Miller’s journey from Iowa to Texas, with opening track “Keep Telling Me” addressing the fears that everyone faces when trying to take a big leap in life. “Shoreline of Alaska” again explores searching for something greater while trying to make it through every day existence. “Jonah’s Whale” continues the nautical theme of the record with a twist on an old story that addresses the inner turmoil of being a human…or a whale. “Rain Song” pulls from Miller’s first long, hot summer in Austin, perhaps an overly warm welcome with drought conditions, fire warnings, and 100+ degree weather. The chorus of “Everybody needs a rain song, something to sing when it’s been dry too long,” becomes a classic folk song, a simple prayer set to melody. Finally, the title track, written when Miller first arrived in Austin, turns out to be a self-fulfilled prophecy. “I’m leaving behind everything I know to follow the calling deep within my soul…I’m gonna throw my anchor down, gonna hold my head up high.” Sonically, the album pulls from Miller’s acoustic folk roots and builds on them with appearances by some of Austin’s finest musicians. Rick Richards on drums (Joe Walsh, Dixie Chicks, Mary Gauthier), Red Young on piano and Hammond organ (Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt), Daniel Barrett on guitar and bass (porterdavis), and Warren Hood on fiddle (The Waybacks) are all featured on Anchor. After coming to Austin to explore the life of a working musician first hand, Miller left not only having seen it but was living it daily, and with the release of Anchor, she is planting herself firmly in the musical world and following her calling. “I don’t have that nagging voice anymore asking, “When are you going to do the music?” Now it’s like, this is who I am and what I do…you don’t get freaked out about how to make eggs in the morning…you just do it. All that anxiety of wishing and hoping isn’t there anymore. It’s happening.”

  • Aubryn's Musiconversation feat. Dark Waters

    Wed Jul 12th 10:00 EDT - Event, Comedy

    Bored with the music being fed to you by the media? I'm here to help! Every Wednesday evening at 9pm Central (that's 7pm for you west coast people) I bring in the most talented people I can find in Nashville (we've got a never ending supply here) and hang out and play music for you guys while you get to interact with everyone else in the room including us! What better way to spend a Wednesday evening?

  • MARTIN GARRISH & FRIENDS "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories"

    Fri Jul 14th 8:00 EDT - Folk, Blues

    Welcome to the COYOTE MUSIC DEN - Live Music Concert Listening Room and Lesson Studio on the edge of the harbor in Community Square, Ocracoke Island, NC. A historic, magical setting. "Coyote Plus One" is an evening of well-crafted spontaneity with Coyote (Marcy and Lou) and a different guest each week. (Tuesdays, May 23 - Sept 26) Sponsored by Dajio Restaurant. "An evening with COYOTE - Marcy & Lou" This is a long-awaited return by popular demand of this duo to the stage - charming, powerful original songs and unique covers. (Wednesdays, May 24 - Sept 27) "Martin Garrish & Friends - "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories" hosted by this beloved island native along with Coyote (Marcy & Lou) and special guests. (Fridays, April 14 - Nov 22 Thanksgiving Show) - December 8 is the Christmas Show and final show of 2017. These "house concert style" shows are held (and broadcast live) on Ocracoke Island, NC from the COYOTE MUSIC DEN. COYOTE are Marcy Brenner & Lou Castro who make Ocracoke Island, NC their home. Ever "the trickster," Coyote draw from a huge arc of influences (and instruments!) from classical to heavy metal, in both original songs and adapting covers. They have an engaging and spontaneous presence that invites listeners and audiences into their proverbial living room with enchanting, intimate songs and colorful music tinged with folk, rock, blues and jazz flavors. For more info visit www.coyotemusic.net Coyote Music Den info only line (252) 928-6874 (music) Photos & Graphics by Jessie Morrissey, Carol Woolgar Signs by Len Skinner, Bob Imber

  • Kyle Hancharick - July Live Stream

    Thu Jul 20th 7:00 EDT -

  • MARTIN GARRISH & FRIENDS "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories"

    Fri Jul 21st 8:00 EDT - Folk, Blues

    Welcome to the COYOTE MUSIC DEN - Live Music Concert Listening Room and Lesson Studio on the edge of the harbor in Community Square, Ocracoke Island, NC. A historic, magical setting. "Coyote Plus One" is an evening of well-crafted spontaneity with Coyote (Marcy and Lou) and a different guest each week. (Tuesdays, May 23 - Sept 26) Sponsored by Dajio Restaurant. "An evening with COYOTE - Marcy & Lou" This is a long-awaited return by popular demand of this duo to the stage - charming, powerful original songs and unique covers. (Wednesdays, May 24 - Sept 27) "Martin Garrish & Friends - "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories" hosted by this beloved island native along with Coyote (Marcy & Lou) and special guests. (Fridays, April 14 - Nov 22 Thanksgiving Show) - December 8 is the Christmas Show and final show of 2017. These "house concert style" shows are held (and broadcast live) on Ocracoke Island, NC from the COYOTE MUSIC DEN. COYOTE are Marcy Brenner & Lou Castro who make Ocracoke Island, NC their home. Ever "the trickster," Coyote draw from a huge arc of influences (and instruments!) from classical to heavy metal, in both original songs and adapting covers. They have an engaging and spontaneous presence that invites listeners and audiences into their proverbial living room with enchanting, intimate songs and colorful music tinged with folk, rock, blues and jazz flavors. For more info visit www.coyotemusic.net Coyote Music Den info only line (252) 928-6874 (music) Photos & Graphics by Jessie Morrissey, Carol Woolgar Signs by Len Skinner, Bob Imber

  • Aubryn's Musiconversation feat. Mimi Speyer

    Wed Jul 26th 10:00 EDT - Event, Comedy

    Bored with the music being fed to you by the media? I'm here to help! Every Wednesday evening at 9pm Central (that's 7pm for you west coast people) I bring in the most talented people I can find in Nashville (we've got a never ending supply here) and hang out and play music for you guys while you get to interact with everyone else in the room including us! What better way to spend a Wednesday evening?

  • NZ Songwriters in the Round. Three different songwriters will perform their songs acoustically and share their inspirations for their songs.

  • MARTIN GARRISH & FRIENDS "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories"

    Fri Jul 28th 8:00 EDT - Folk, Blues

    Welcome to the COYOTE MUSIC DEN - Live Music Concert Listening Room and Lesson Studio on the edge of the harbor in Community Square, Ocracoke Island, NC. A historic, magical setting. "Coyote Plus One" is an evening of well-crafted spontaneity with Coyote (Marcy and Lou) and a different guest each week. (Tuesdays, May 23 - Sept 26) Sponsored by Dajio Restaurant. "An evening with COYOTE - Marcy & Lou" This is a long-awaited return by popular demand of this duo to the stage - charming, powerful original songs and unique covers. (Wednesdays, May 24 - Sept 27) "Martin Garrish & Friends - "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories" hosted by this beloved island native along with Coyote (Marcy & Lou) and special guests. (Fridays, April 14 - Nov 22 Thanksgiving Show) - December 8 is the Christmas Show and final show of 2017. These "house concert style" shows are held (and broadcast live) on Ocracoke Island, NC from the COYOTE MUSIC DEN. COYOTE are Marcy Brenner & Lou Castro who make Ocracoke Island, NC their home. Ever "the trickster," Coyote draw from a huge arc of influences (and instruments!) from classical to heavy metal, in both original songs and adapting covers. They have an engaging and spontaneous presence that invites listeners and audiences into their proverbial living room with enchanting, intimate songs and colorful music tinged with folk, rock, blues and jazz flavors. For more info visit www.coyotemusic.net Coyote Music Den info only line (252) 928-6874 (music) Photos & Graphics by Jessie Morrissey, Carol Woolgar Signs by Len Skinner, Bob Imber

  • MARTIN GARRISH & FRIENDS "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories"

    Fri Aug 4th 8:00 EDT - Folk, Blues

    Welcome to the COYOTE MUSIC DEN - Live Music Concert Listening Room and Lesson Studio on the edge of the harbor in Community Square, Ocracoke Island, NC. A historic, magical setting. "Coyote Plus One" is an evening of well-crafted spontaneity with Coyote (Marcy and Lou) and a different guest each week. (Tuesdays, May 23 - Sept 26) Sponsored by Dajio Restaurant. "An evening with COYOTE - Marcy & Lou" This is a long-awaited return by popular demand of this duo to the stage - charming, powerful original songs and unique covers. (Wednesdays, May 24 - Sept 27) "Martin Garrish & Friends - "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories" hosted by this beloved island native along with Coyote (Marcy & Lou) and special guests. (Fridays, April 14 - Nov 22 Thanksgiving Show) - December 8 is the Christmas Show and final show of 2017. These "house concert style" shows are held (and broadcast live) on Ocracoke Island, NC from the COYOTE MUSIC DEN. COYOTE are Marcy Brenner & Lou Castro who make Ocracoke Island, NC their home. Ever "the trickster," Coyote draw from a huge arc of influences (and instruments!) from classical to heavy metal, in both original songs and adapting covers. They have an engaging and spontaneous presence that invites listeners and audiences into their proverbial living room with enchanting, intimate songs and colorful music tinged with folk, rock, blues and jazz flavors. For more info visit www.coyotemusic.net Coyote Music Den info only line (252) 928-6874 (music) Photos & Graphics by Jessie Morrissey, Carol Woolgar Signs by Len Skinner, Bob Imber

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