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    All Acoustic Show-Coyote Kolb, Verb the Adjective Noun, Keith Caswell, Lee Allstar feat. Evan Murphy(member from Quixote)

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    July 29, 2009

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    All Acoustic Show-Coyote Kolb, Verb the Adjective Noun, Keith Caswell, Lee Allstar feat. Evan Murphy(member from Quixote)

    Sitting home with nothing to do on your Wednesday night? Come out to the Lily Pad for some live acoustic tunes. Not only do you get to hear some soothing, somber, folk, rock, indie, punk, pop, old-time, acoustic tunes...your proceeds will go to 826Boston which is a nonprofit youth tutoring and writing center located on 3035 Washington Street in Roxbury, MA. Tickets are 10$ at the door and starts at 10pm. This is all-ages. Bring your...

    Sitting home with nothing to do on your Wednesday night? Come out to the Lily Pad for some live acoustic tunes. Not only do you get to hear some soothing, somber, folk, rock, indie, punk, pop, old-time, acoustic tunes...your proceeds will go to 826Boston which is a nonprofit youth tutoring and writing center located on 3035 Washington Street in Roxbury, MA. Tickets are 10$ at the door and starts at 10pm. This is all-ages. Bring your friends!

    Coyote Kolb
    Sounds like: The Elected, Soggy Bottom Boys Songs to play asap: “John Smith”
    This flavorful band has a lot to offer when you’re not listening to them from your chair but standing up and swaying to the upbeat, old-timey-folk swooning sounds. Lyrically inspired by the real natives of our land and history, Coyote Kolb is a danceable banjo fancy of folklore and tales that will wisp you off your feet without even knowing it. A Must Listen!

    Keith Caswell
    Sounds like: José González
    Songs to play asap: “Big Dig!”
    Singer songwriter Keith Caswell has lyrically much to say but, has patience and will to poetically map his thoughts out through his guitar as well as his voice. A past Berklee Student and current resident of Seattle, WA, his lyrics reminisce the people and places in a nuanced crest of soothing bitterness, hope and charm. <333

    Lee Allstar featuring Evan Murphy (of Quixote) Sounds like: Inspired by ghost hums and ukulele’s Songs to play: “eyeofthestorm”
    A ghostly hollow room with a small voice and a low frequency recording reveals the raw details of this singer songwriters music. She tends to play nearly simplified chords and strums in a harp-like motion turning attention to the somber hums and poetic arrangement of her vox + lyrics. Evan Murphy, a member of Quixote will be in the mix with his, “Feist” inspired guitar/vox.

    Verb the Adjective Noun
    Sounds like: Conor Oberst with a punk twist Songs to play asap: “Poison Ivy”
    A hype adventure of a full band of some twangy punk/folk tunes. Ranging vocally from a soft spoken word to the screaming drunk we all possess inside. This band will blow your socks off and keep you going with their ear candy country lure. All the members enjoy giving their music away free of charge too, so go ahead, steal their music and they’ll be stealing your heart soon enough, http://www.welikeyoualot.com/home.html .

    Http://www.myspace.com/verbtheadjectivenounn
    Http://www.myspace.com/coyotekolb
    Http://www.myspace.com/leeallstarmusic
    Http://www.826Boston.org
     


    Lily Pad

    1353 Cambridge Street
    Cambridge, MA 02139

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    Admission Info:
    suggested donation of $10


    General Day and Time Info:
    10pm


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