Pat Kearns presents an evening of independent music at Landers Brew.
Caitlin Sherman - In an "about damn time" kind of moment, Seattle based singer-songwriter Caitlin Sherman is stepping out solo. She’s had her fair share of collaborations over the years, most notably the cosmic psych rock of Evening Bell and the hazy noir of Slow Skate. As a songwriter and arranger in both projects, she also held the role of girlfriend and wife. Now she is neither. Her debut solo album, Death To The Damsel is a meditation on love lost and independence found in the wake of back to back romantic/musical entanglements. Each song an act to unbind oneself from the past in order to look forward. There will be no White Knight to free the damsel. It’s high time she untie herself from those tracks and make a move. “Find me a fire, I’ll find the escape, an exit from all that we built an invisible stairway, hidden from shame for a quick getaway.” And so that “heroine without a hero needed” emerged with ten songs charting her own path. Dark contemplative songwriting explored through fresh unpredictable pop sensibility, dripping with art and purpose.
Pat Kearns is a singer songwriter and recording engineer originally from Portland, Oregon. His newest album, Down In The Wash (2019), was recorded at his off grid homestead cabin in Landers using solar powered electricity.
Northern California songwriters Jeremy Powers and William Duke join forces with a new band Sunset Canyoneers, delivering their self-titled debut on eclectic Spanish record label - You Are The Cosmos. A delectable full-length album of organic yet cosmic country folk-rock, it evokes the Gram Parsons-to-Big Star period when intoxicated Southern soul and rustic power pop revived Country and Western and gave rich pleasure to the crossover pop charts.