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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

Scott Wallenberg & The Acoustaholics

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Scott Wallenberg has been performing in Boise for 4 years as a solo artist and fronting both his electric band The Blues Addicts as well as the Acoustaholics. Scott Wallenberg Guitar and vocals Bob Umphress Bass and Vocals Chris Murray Guitar http://www.purevolume.com/wallenbergmusic http://www.purevolume.com/Acoustaholic http://www.purevolume.com/Bluesaddict

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Scott Wallenberg & The Acoustaholics

Scott Wallenberg has been performing in Boise for 4 years as a solo artist and fronting both his electric band The Blues Addicts as well as the Acoustaholics.

Scott Wallenberg Guitar and vocals
Bob Umphress Bass and Vocals
Chris Murray Guitar

http://www.purevolume.com/wallenbergmusic
http://www.purevolume.com/Acoustaholic
http://www.purevolume.com/Bluesaddict

Evergreen Machine

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Combining history, mythology, and culture with incredible folk rock and acoustic variations for inspiring listening experiences.
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Formed in Boise Idaho in the spring of 2013 by singer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Michael Gill, Evergreen Machine is just starting make a musical impact in the Treasure Valley. A bit about the founder, Michael Gill was raised in northern Wisconsin before going to Purdue University for engineering in Indianapolis Indiana. It was in Wisconsin that Michael first learned to love music and he began playing drums from the early age of eight years. Since first picking up the sticks, he has continued to expand his abilities into singing, piano, and guitar.

It was in college that he first began to write songs. His newfound appreciations for history, culture, and philosophy gave him immediate access to lyrical material that contains depth and emotion. As a result, the songs are heavily narrative with subtle links to current world dramas and common personal journeys. Growing up in a religious home, Michael was quite limited in terms of listening content. This limitation led to an explosion of musical discovery in his college years and an ability to appreciate many variations of musical style. This newness and exploratory nature is brought into the musical styles of his songs, which makes it difficult to place it in limiting genres. Some of the songs have a folk rock / bluegrass sound common to central and southern Indiana. Others are emotional, raw, and acoustic along the lines of Sufjan Stevens and Noah Gunderson. Still others are heavily rhythmic and more in the realm of alternative rock, yet still beautifully acoustic.

After moving to Boise Idaho in 2011 for his first job out of college, Michael began to spend more of his “free time” writing songs and playing music around town. From street corners to coffee shops and restaurants, he began introducing his music to the beautiful community of Boise. The culture in Idaho and the charming subcultures of Basque immigrants and long time Idaho natives have given him plenty of material to share their stories and values with the city and whoever else might listen. The songs had too much space and potential for Michael Gill to continue alone so he began to invite other talented musicians into his sphere and after much hard work, practice, and learning to lead a band, Evergreen Machine was formed. The band includes three of Michael’s own family. His sister, Heather Clark, provides harmony vocals that are pristine in their relationship to Michael’s own voice. Another sister, Stephanie Gill, is picking up guitar and adds a lot of accent and flavor to the overall sound. His father, Tommy Gill, has also joined the band. He has a long history playing keyboards and organ and contributes immensely to the atmosphere. Michael also became friends with a bassist at his day job and invited him to join. Dustin Gorseth has a real passion for the instrument and can both carry a song while providing detailed and complex lead lines. He’s a real talent. Michael also invited a friend and drummer, Jeremy Wiese, to provide the critical rhythm section to the music. Jeremy is accurate, dependable, and brings real emotion to his craft. For a band that plays this many different kinds of music, the artists involved have to be flexible, dependable, and creative. These are the musicians of Evergreen Machine. The band will continue playing live in Boise and is planning an album release in late 2014.

evergreenmachineband@gmail.com

Hot Lava

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‘We just want to create music that is good for skating and stuff like that, stuff that’s easy to groove to with really steady vibes, but punk at the same time. And we love to support the local music scene and music in general. It’s a mixed genre, but a good way to describe it […]

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‘We just want to create music that is good for skating and stuff like that, stuff that’s easy to groove to with really steady vibes, but punk at the same time. And we love to support the local music scene and music in general. It’s a mixed genre, but a good way to describe it is surf punk, garage rock, and post-gaze reverby stuff. And it’s really good to dance and party to at shows.’

jakewebb93@hotmail.com

Meridian, ID


Bread & Circus

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Northwest boogie rock and soul!
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Bread & Circus

Bread & Circus play melodically stout, catchy yet kitschy boogie rock music with a pinch of white bread soul – rolled out and played with an improvisational style all their own. Originally composed songs played in earnest and always with honesty jam-packed with a creative and expressive nature. They are hell bent on making you move your feet while soothing the soul.

Bread & Circus is Michael Blumenstein on rhythm & lead guitar, lead vocals and percussion, Jon Engelund on bass guitar and vocals, Brady Meyers on mandolin and vocals, and Mike Brother on drums, percussion and vocals.

bread_and_circus@outlook.com