Ellery is husband‐wife band Tasha and Justin Golden, who went from friends to engaged in 4 fast days. That was over 8 years ago, and their music reflects the kind of emotional sensitivity & confidence that would turn a moment of spontaneity into some kind of indie‐rock fairytale.
Led by singer-songwriter Scott Terry, Red Wanting Blue is proudly based in Columbus, Ohio, but could be America’s local band. For years, the group has gone about logging thousands of miles on the road throughout the nation’s heartland, making fans the hard way – one at a time.
“When I was a teenager,” Madi Diaz recalls, “my dad and I would hang out in the living room and learn songs by bands like the Eagles and Alice in Chains. We’d pick parts to harmonize and sing our way through them, over and over.
The P l e a s e, P l e a s e M e is an indie pop trio from Austin, Texas with a few tricks up its sleeve. They'll be performing at the next Studio 89 on Monday, October 29th at 7pm.
Featuring two drummers who left New York City to chase their musical dreams, the Please, Please Me is ”poetry you can dance to.” Frontwoman Jessie Torrisi beckons with her sultry voice one moment and duels with Agustin Frederic on the tom toms the next. The cream in the cookie is cellist Alissa Schram, and her army of sound effects.
It's not often we have a friend and neighbor from Northern Kentucky who goes on to get signed by Sub Pop Records. Daniel Martin Moore is a singer and songwriter from just down the road from the WNKU studios in Cold Spring, Kentucky.
Whether they're doing all originals or playing their Beatles set while headlining the largest Beatles tribute festival in the country, Abbey Road on the River, The Newbees know how to put on a show. And now, they're bringing that show to Studio 89 complete with horn and string sections to celebrate the release of their brand new CD, Modern Vintage, which you've been hearing on WNKU.
Halloween is a time for costumes, sweet treats, and trickery, but it is also known for hot music collaborations. Delloween continues this notion bringing together tradition and innovation in a musical caldron the likes of which have never been seen sharing a stage before.