Into the Wilderness, Episode #1 Featuring: My Acoustic Heart Michelle Pappas Max Volume Elspeth Spencer Kilpatrick T. Lee Walker & the Company He Keeps & The Bonfire Set Hosted by: Lucas Young
Reno Earth Day will be April 27, 2014 from 10am-5pm @ Idlewild Park; Performances, vendors, educational booths & special activities are FREE for the public as well as fundraising activities to raise funds for charities. 2014 Theme: The Natural World, Many Cultures & Green Technologies.
The (Un)Discovered is an all day music fest, which we record live and then edit and edit and edit and mix and master and press into a cd in the fall at The Annual Pumpkin Carving Party. Previous year's records are available at Discology, or from either Dogwater Studios or CherryBear Records. We are celebrating Rick's sobriety birthday (*SEVEN YEARS*), Jess's Graduation (BS Biochemistry, Minor in Chemistry) and beginning of summer, a whole slew of springtime birthdays, and the anniversaries of CherryBear Records and Dogwater Studios Grand Openings. :D We go from noon to midnight, with barbecue for everyone and an open bar for the 21+ crowd. There is no cover, but we LOVE donations to help cover the costs of snax and booze. We are a kid/family welcoming party - this goes for the families bringing kids, as well as the partiers that are going to be around kids. Keep it friendly.
Sounds Like: Neko Case, Jewel, Sheryl Crow, Steve Earle, Lucinda Williams
Bio: Michelle Pappas has once been described as "Reno's Indie Treasure" for good reasons. Her ability to authentically connect with her audience, her remarkable vocal abilities, and her superb songwriting are all evident in her live shows. Originally from Southern California, Michelle's formation as a...See Full Bio
Michelle Pappas has a show on 01/23/2015 at 07:30 PM @ Studio on 4th in Reno, NV http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5iknhf #concert
“Michelle Pappas has one of the most distinctive new voices in alternative country folk. Her mellifluous arpeggios are mixed with a twangy honky tonk sass steeped in the rural blues tradition. Lucinda Williams and Neko Case are influences, but I have the complete belief that miss Pappas will eclipse the careers of both her heroes. She's that good.”