Fri, Feb 10|
Independent Songwriter Showcase
hear some amazing songwriters & have a cider!
Time & Location
Feb 10, 2023, 7:00 PM
Harrisonburg, 325 N Liberty St, Harrisonburg, VA 22802, USA
About the Event
We're hosting a fantastic lineup of great folk & country music Friday, February 10!
Show starts around 7.
Ebony Nicole -genuine singer songwriter with an amazing voice
L.O.S.T -Intimate alternative folk/hippie punk
Uncle Bengine and the Restraining Orders -Full band country garage bringing elements of folk, country and rock n roll.
// FREE // Must be 21+ to consume alcohol. Nonalcoholic options available.
EBONY NICOLE Ebony Nicole is a local Harrisonburg, va singer songwriter. She was born in Tacoma, WA and has lived in NJ, NYC, Seattle and spent a summer studying worship music in Australia. All of those many places have influenced her musical taste and sonic vibe.
She has been writing music since age 12 and was recognized for an original song titled “show me” at a Richmond, VA talent showcase at age 13. Her 2018 single ‘High and Dry’ was awarded a special mention in the United Kingdom Songwriting Contest in the singer-songwriter category. Her first Ep ‘It’s complicated’ dropped in 2016, Her second EP- ‘Feels, this way’ was released January of 2021, as a series of downloadable singles that you can find on any major music platforms online. She recently released her first full length album called “I’m Fine” September 19,2022.
L.O.S.T L.O.S.T. (pronounced Lean) is the project of philly based Hippie-Punk musician, performer and artist Line El Dirini. Line's quirky songs tackle serious topics such as mental illness, complex family relations, the effects of capitalism, misogyny and racism on society, and the acceptance of the fragility of life. She conveys her message through instinctual guitar playing and a voice that transforms from sweet and childlike to powerfully enraged in a blink of an eye.
Born and raised in the suburbs of Paris, Line grew up in a Syrian-Palestinian immigrant household. From 2006 to 2014, she travelled across Europe and lived in England, Italy, Scotland and Hungary where she found many human and artistic inspirations before setting roots in NYC and founded the curatorial project “Bushwick Underground Music & Arts”.
Line moved to Philadelphia in 2019 where she started The West Philly Open Mic in the summer of 2020 with musician Andrew Galati, a spring-summer weekly eclectic outdoor gathering which emerged during the pandemic as a solution for community members to share creatively and in a safe environment.
In early 2022, she started a 4-piece band called “Line & the Lost boys” including musicians Jacob Frank on drums and Sam Sander-Effron on trombone - both members of Philly Iranian punk band Hodgepodge - and Nicholas Anzivino on bass - founder of experimental avant-garde music project “G.T.arpe” and alternative booking agency “tapeandcdrecords".
Line released her DIY album “Walkin' a forgotten path” in October 2022, which gather songs written over the course of 13 years. Recorded at home during the years of the pandemic, this album intends to help people struggling with depression and anxiety: https://lostmusic.bandcamp.com/album/walkin-a-forgotten-path
For more info: https://linktr.ee/line.on.some.trip