Sun, Jan 06 | Wild Eye Pub

Dreamfolk and Ambiguity: Four Songwriters at Wild Eye Pub

Four songwriters play their songs at Wild Eye Pub on 1/6/19.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Jan 06, 2019, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Wild Eye Pub, 535 Mill St, Grass Valley, CA 95945, USA

About the Event

Four songwriters play their songs at Wild Eye Pub on 1/6/19.

price TBA - 6 to 9 PM

Cole Blouin is a songwriter, composer, and improvisor whose work wanders in the wilderness between folk, singer/songwriter, improvised, and contemporary classical musics. He has performed alongside such figures as Matana Roberts and John Cage collaborator Robert Black. His work has been described by Carla Kihlstedt as "very beautiful and very strange".

Rob Jamner is an indie rock storyteller and poet. He thrives on ambiguity, playing with expectations in his music. Some moments are catchy and cathartic, others are surprising and sophisticated, and they all come together to make a singular, distinctive sound. Passionate about building community, Rob frequently collaborates with other artists to bring his songs to life.

Autumn Burnett writes folk music that is dark, sweet, and dabbled with the unexpected. Her songs flash the lyrical wit of Joanna Newsom, mixed with the folkloric realness of Joni Mitchell, shot with a heavy dose of impressionist harmony. In addition of to Mitchell and Newsom, Autumn Burnett draws influence from Big Thief, Ravel, and traditional music from the Americas and Eastern Europe. Her eclectic yet down-to-earth vibe makes sense, yet never stops asking questions. She is a graduate of Oberlin College and Conservatory, and recently spent a few years in Asheville NC, splitting the bill with bands including Window Cat, Ahleuchatistas, and Marian McLaughlin. She is now back in North Lake Tahoe, teaching music for a local non-profit, dabbling in the classical music world, and reestablishing herself as an artist in the place she calls home.

Emilie Rose has been deeply immersed in the Scottish Fiddling tradition since the age of nine. Raised in Northern California, she grew up attending various fiddle camps and her playing flourished with guidance and inspiration from instructors. Emilie currently studies at Berklee College of Music in Boston, where her love for everything fiddle is nurtured by world class fiddle professors such as Bruce Molsky, Natalie Haas, and Darol Anger. She regularly performs live, teaches private fiddle lessons, composes original contemporary fiddle tunes, and leads Celtic pub sessions in the US and abroad.

Registration is Closed

Share This Event


Boston, MA I I (530) 300 0599