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208 ensemble

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Chamber music for our generation
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208 ensemble

Created in 2014 by cellist Jake Saunders and composer David Biedenbender, 208 ensemble brings progressive chamber music by some of the most innovative composers writing today to Boise, Idaho. It’s members are dedicated to cultivating enthusiasm in Boise for a brand of music that exists where the refinement of classical performance meets the visceral energy of a rock concert.
208 ensemble is a dynamic, multi-instrumental contemporary music ensemble. Cellist Jake Saunders, violinist Geoffrey hill, violist Emily Jones, and Pianist Betsi Hodges represent some of the highest caliber classical musicians in Idaho. These core members have received training from top institutions throughout the country, and currently serve principal positions in the Boise Philharmonic Orchestra, the Opera Idaho orchestra, and contribute regularly to the Boise Baroque Orchestra, LED, Classical Revolution: Boise, and the Boise Philharmonic String Quartet. Since its debut in November 2014, 208 ensemble has been a featured artist at Treefort Music Fest 2015 and 2016, and has presented featured programs at the Sapphire Room, MING Studios, RadioBoise, Cinder Wines, and the Morrison Center for the Performing Arts. 208 ensemble frequently collaborates with local artists, including Dr. Linda Kline-Lamar, Jeffrey Barker, Thomas Paul, Brian Vance, Lindsay Edwards, Matthew Tutsky and Bill Kloppenburg. In February 2015, the ensemble shared the stage with international touring artist Emily Wells.
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A Seasonal Disguise

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A Seasonal Disguise is a band from Boise, Idaho, USA. Conceptualized in 2004, the band has gone on to release four full length albums, one EP and play countless shows in various forms. A Seasonal Disguise has shared the stage with the likes of: Built To Spill, Frog Eyes, Alec Ounsworth (Clap Your Hands Say […]

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A Seasonal Disguise

A Seasonal Disguise is a band from Boise, Idaho, USA.

Conceptualized in 2004, the band has gone on to release four full length albums, one EP and play countless shows in various forms.

A Seasonal Disguise has shared the stage with the likes of: Built To Spill, Frog Eyes, Alec Ounsworth (Clap Your Hands Say Yeah), Clem Snide, Dave Dondero, Heligoats, Tartufi, Finn Riggins, and The Cave Singers among others.

2013 finds them settling into a new incarnation and beginning work on the follow up to 2012’s Waterfowl Of Eastern Canada.

Look for them at home and abroad this summer/fall.

They still like wombats.

 

aseasonaldisguise@gmail.com

Andrew Jameson

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Though in his mid twenties, this young man has already played shows across two hemispheres and in a war zone. While not dodging bullets and working on military aircraft, active duty airmen Andrew Jameson fuses the heart of southern rock with the style and attitude of alternative into a style that must be heard to […]

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Andrew Jameson

Though in his mid twenties, this young man has already played shows across two hemispheres and in a war zone. While not dodging bullets and working on military aircraft, active duty airmen Andrew Jameson fuses the heart of southern rock with the style and attitude of alternative into a style that must be heard to be believed. With only a guitar in hand he has played venues of upwards to 400 people and he is just getting started.
With his guitar on his back and his best friends by his side, he started as most teenagers do in the music world, in a garage with practice amps and a small space heater to keep from freezing to death. Born in Georgia and raised in Delaware he was prepared for a life on the road, before he knew what the future had in store. After playing a few house parties and graduating, he joined the U.S. Air Force, something he was destined for, until music called his name once again. Six brutal weeks of basic training, and a few months in tech-school he was on a plane to the volatile island of Korea.
His first major show occurred in S. Korea where, along with his tight-knit military following, played to approximately 200 people and almost made the N. Koreans surrender with a few stanzas of melancholy and hope. Well, not quite. After the conclusion of his tour in S. Korea he made his way back to the U.S. in New Mexico where he became an immediate success. Starting out at an open mic at a bar called the Lounge, he once again built a small but dedicated fan base. He played here regularly and after a few short months played to a 400 person crowd.
However, because of his career in the US Air Force, he has relocated once again to Mountain Home, Idaho. Thus far, a few open mic session have already turned into an invitation to return, this time, for his own show.

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Pointatthesky@gmail.com

Mountain Home, Idaho


ATLAS DIVINE

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Alternative indie pop, with influences from 80's pop and modern production like Jon Bellion, Lany, and The 1975
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ATLAS DIVINE

ATLAS DIVINE is a group of musicians, filmmakers, and designers chasing big dreams. Their sound is a fusion of other-worldly ambient soundscapes, feel-good intimate lyrics, and incomparable unique production that speaks from the heart. Inspired by 80’s pop, and modern acts like Jon Bellion, Lany, and The 1975, they truly have developed something that can’t be recreated by anyone else. ATLAS DIVINE is driven my their mantra “Inspire Passion. Change The World.” and strive to ignite passion in others with everything they do.

hello@atlasdivinemusic.com

Bank the Band

Stepping down from the stage in a syncopated rate to the sweat dripping off their faces, Boise, Idaho based Bank the band looks as at home here as they would in their native desert residence. Playing shows every night in 100% DIY fashion, the “eck brothers”, Dan Keck, Andrew Keck and Steve Pecka, have kept […]

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Bank the Band

Stepping down from the stage in a syncopated rate to the sweat dripping off their faces, Boise, Idaho based Bank the band looks as at home here as they would in their native desert residence. Playing shows every night in 100% DIY fashion, the “eck brothers”, Dan Keck, Andrew Keck and Steve Pecka, have kept their 1998 Ford Clubwagon, dubbed “the green monster”, on the road from Billings, Montana to San Diego and Seattle to St. George, Utah, and everywhere in between. Guitarist frontman Daniel Keck saw the band as a vehicle for the ideas set forth by Jack Kerouac’s “On The Road” and started booking shows on weekends with friends in Seattle and Salt Lake City. The book portrays the beautiful ideas of freedom and independence that has been a motivation for other songwriters. Even Ben Gibbard, which Dan admits is a contemporary influence, cites Kerouac as one of his early catalysts to tour. From humble beginnings to weekend outings, the band saw that they could book full tours using the same principles set forth by networking with other regional bands. “There is a brotherhood among unsigned touring bands,” says Dan. “You are out there together on the asphalt and in smoky bars and you figure you can work together and have a chance at making it.”

A mind set to work hard no matter what the obstacle has made this quartet work. It seems cliche to talk about overcoming hardships like member changes and lack of funds, but in this day where the fuel prices are enough to make a band crumble, sticking together is the hardest part. The thing most people don’t know is that this band, noticing a sizeable increase in fans at shows everywhere they play, has been around for over four years. In that period of time they have self released an E.P., a full length that was self produced in Nashville just off of Music Row with Donny Boutwell and most recently “The Hope Inside Your Sleep” with famed producer Ed Rose in Eudora, Kansas.

It is a long road ahead but a long road is all right when following the footsteps of Dean Moriarty and Sal Paradise. So far, freedom and independence have been the lifeblood of this band. Those inalienable rights give Bank the chance to make it big.

Beltane

Beltane

Our music is a rich mix of original songs based on Celtic myths and traditions, a few rock classics and traditional Celtic tunes. The lush vocal harmonies and the beauty and integrity of the lyrics are central to the sound of our music. We have a unique blend of the Celtic style entwined with the […]

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Beltane

Our music is a rich mix of original songs based on Celtic myths and traditions, a few rock classics and traditional Celtic tunes. The lush vocal harmonies and the beauty and integrity of the lyrics are central to the sound of our music. We have a unique blend of the Celtic style entwined with the rich vocals and harmonies of the American folk-rock and choral tradition.

Original Music: Susan Nelson-Sangiorgi
Vocals and Guitar: Susan Nelson-Sangiorgi
Vocals and Violin: Dana Logan
Vocals and Bass: Krista Oberlindacher Lloyd
Lead Guitar: John Sangiorgi
Flutes and Percussion: Joseph L. Young

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Beltane/203840479658072
http://www.reverbnation.com/beltanemusic

susan@beltanemusic.net

Boise, Idaho

Ben Burdick

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Very versatile superbly played guitar music that both soothes and excites
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Ben Burdick

Ben Burdick performs instrumental jazz, pop and original music spanning many styles. Whether playing solo or with the Ben Burdick Trio, the focus is improvisation so the music is always fresh.

benburdickguitar@gmail.com

Ben Kirby

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A founding member of Talk Math To Me and creator of the musical series Sun Blood Stories, music has been in the veins of this one as long as he can remember. Since the out-of-tune piano in grandma’s house to the out-of-tune guitar of a long forgotten Christmas, music created with the hands and aided […]

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Ben Kirby

A founding member of Talk Math To Me and creator of the musical series Sun Blood Stories, music has been in the veins of this one as long as he can remember. Since the out-of-tune piano in grandma’s house to the out-of-tune guitar of a long forgotten Christmas, music created with the hands and aided by the words has always been the focus. Drop a line in the email or look for Sun Blood Stories in the Weekly to find out what songs have come to light lately and he hopes to see you soon.

Boise, ID 83702

ben.c.kirby@gmail.com

http://www.facebook.com/ben.c.kirby

Writin’ songs and Singin’ ’em for longer than he recalls…

Ben Youtz / Surveillance State Premises

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Do you have any drums in the house?
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Ben Youtz / Surveillance State Premises

Ben Youtz, son of Built to Spill frontman Doug Martsch, has been making music his entire life. Under the name Surveillance State Premises, Ben has a mixtape and has produced electronic music. If you’re someone with an affinity for drums and darkness you don’t want to miss out.

Benyoutz@hotmail.com

Big Wow Band

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This is what happens when a small group of seasoned musicians get together and decide to form one of the funnest party and events bands around. Big Wow has set no boundaries when it comes to playing hits from every genre and decade. Take a listen an get wow’d!  

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Big Wow Band

This is what happens when a small group of seasoned musicians get together and decide to form one of the funnest party and events bands around. Big Wow has set no boundaries when it comes to playing hits from every genre and decade. Take a listen an get wow’d!

 

bigwowband@gmail.com


 
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