An event to showcase the talented females of our community. It is a musical festival of 14 Bands, 25+ Artists and Vendors, Burlseque, Dance and Performance Art. Truly more Lollapalooza/Banaroo than Lilith Fair...it is a night the ladies take center stage! The bands range from Jazz, Pop, Rock, Funk, Americana, to Electro Pop...The Artists from the tame to the wild. You can dance, sing, network, eat, drink and shop all under one roof! Everything made by local artists and vendors who are making a noise in scenes outside of CT. The ladies of SWAN have been evolving and have the credentials of not only being the very best our state has to offer but also as being strong competition in their fields throughout the rest of the globe. Come see them while they are under one roof and the tickets are affordable! Only $20 online and $25 at the door for over 7 hours of fun, 14 bands, beautiful burlesque beauties, HardCore Cupcakes., shopping, networking, laughs, dancing, food, drinks...and a partridge in a pear tree!!! Check out the music of SWAN DAY CT 2015 at http://www.reverbnation.com/swandayct ALL AGES BEFORE 10 PM 18+ AFTER FOR BURLESQUE FB page http://www.facebook.com/swandayctTickets Save
Sounds Like: Bob Dylan, James Taylor, Neil Young, The Civil Wars, Colbie Caillat
Bio: Currently hailing from Connecticut, Canyon. is a 29 year old vocal powerhouse. She is known by those that have seen her perform to be a captivating singer/songwriter with haunting and heart-wrenchingly honest songs. Performing with just an acoustic guitar, her catchy vocal melodies will immedia...See Full Bio
: It's a rare day when mcsharits and I take a picture together❤️ #notnaked #wehaveclotheson #skin… http://t.co/jnwgYeTfFM
“FOLK MUSIC FOR A NEW GENERATION: CANYON'S FRESH TAKE ON A CLASSIC GENRE: "You have described the sound on your debut EP Aeroplanes + Astronauts as folksy. What do you like about that genre of music? Canyon: We never made a conscious choice to have it sound that way, it sort of happened organically. I think my sound evolved out of what I was able to play…Very stripped down, acoustic guitar. I was playing on my own at the time and it was the only sound I could create. When I partnered up with Andy a couple years ago, he was able to introduce some great vocal harmonies and percussion to the mix. Andy: The whole creative process is just such an evolution, so were constantly trying to figure it out ourselves. I wouldn't go as far as to say that we're creating a hybrid between two genres, but our sound is kind of a mix of Canyon's folk background with beats laid down behind it. So you get that element of Rock & Roll, but without distortion. It's definitely avant-garde."”
Ask Canyon. anything...
Q: Will you please try to arrange some gigs in Fairfield County?
A: Hi there! My next show in Fairfield County will be at The FTC on January 16th opening up for U2Nation! I hope you can make it! Tickets can be purchased here: http://fairfieldtheatre.org
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