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Lindsay Foote, Nathan Evans Fox, Lizzie No

09/13/17 | 10:00 PM

Rockwood Music Hall

196 Allen Street Map

212-477-4155

$12.00 and up


13-09-2017 12:00:00 13-09-2017 12:00:00 America/New_York Lindsay Foote, Nathan Evans Fox, Lizzie No | 10:00 PM Nathan Evans Fox is an Americana/folk musician from Glen Alpine, North Carolina, where he grew up surrounded by country, folk, gospel, and Americana. These roots form the rich undercurrent of his music, which combines bluegrass riffs, folk stories, and religious imagery with unorthodox layers of sound and a heavy dose of wit. Fox has been writing music for ten years, experimenting with a variety of genres and learning new instruments along the way. He has collaborated with other artists as a fiddle player, guitarist, and vocalist. His lyrics confront political, religious, and personal inconsistencies (even his own), but also offer a meditation on what it means to live with and love another. Fox wrote, performed, and produced his first full-length album Home, which was released in January 2017. He lives in Houston with his best friend/wife Elizabeth and their dog Maisie. **************************************************************** Lindsay Foote writes honest, soul-bearing music coupled with a voice that will melt even the hardest heart. ? Inspired by the alternative folk music scene, Lindsay has been writing songs for as long as she can remember. Originally from Winchester, Massachusetts, she moved to Canada in 2009 to study voice at the University of Toronto. in 2009, she released an EP, A Better View, followed by a full solo album, From the Blue, in 2015. Her newest release, Going Gone EP, features her five-piece folk band— Lindsay Foote & Company. Blurring the lines between folk, roots, and pop, Going Gone boasts lush acoustic arrangements paired with Lindsay's signature candid writing style. The songs explore love, loss, and facing the truth even in the toughest moments. Going Gone has already garnered attention on the Folk circuit. "Silence" was featured on CBC Metro Morning. RAW RAMP Magazine calls these songs "the most celestial & moving folk songs you can imagine" and For the Rabbits calls it "the sound of an artist expanding their musical horizons and fulfilling a very rich promise." "Her voice pierces the interior chambers of one's consciousness and leaves an indelible mark there. The one quality that keeps me connected to any music is its Truth and Lindsay's voice leaves no doubts as to where it comes from and where it is aiming. It is music of the heart and burns on contact" -Christos Hatzis, Juno Award-Winning Composer. http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=249896 Rockwood Music Hall Rockwood Music Hall

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Nathan Evans Fox is an Americana/folk musician from Glen Alpine, North Carolina, where he grew up surrounded by country, folk, gospel, and Americana. These roots form the rich undercurrent of his music, which combines bluegrass riffs, folk stories, and religious imagery with unorthodox layers of sound and a heavy dose of wit. Fox has been writing music for ten years, experimenting with a variety of genres and learning new instruments along the way. He has collaborated with other artists as a fiddle player, guitarist, and vocalist. His lyrics confront political, religious, and personal inconsistencies (even his own), but also offer a meditation on what it means to live with and love another. Fox wrote, performed, and produced his first full-length album Home, which was released in January 2017. He lives in Houston with his best friend/wife Elizabeth and their dog Maisie.

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Lindsay Foote writes honest, soul-bearing music coupled with a voice that will melt even the hardest heart. ? Inspired by the alternative folk music scene, Lindsay has been writing songs for as long as she can remember. Originally from Winchester, Massachusetts, she moved to Canada in 2009 to study voice at the University of Toronto. in 2009, she released an EP, A Better View, followed by a full solo album, From the Blue, in 2015. Her newest release, Going Gone EP, features her five-piece folk band— Lindsay Foote & Company. Blurring the lines between folk, roots, and pop, Going Gone boasts lush acoustic arrangements paired with Lindsay's signature candid writing style. The songs explore love, loss, and facing the truth even in the toughest moments. Going Gone has already garnered attention on the Folk circuit. "Silence" was featured on CBC Metro Morning. RAW RAMP Magazine calls these songs "the most celestial & moving folk songs you can imagine" and For the Rabbits calls it "the sound of an artist expanding their musical horizons and fulfilling a very rich promise." "Her voice pierces the interior chambers of one's consciousness and leaves an indelible mark there. The one quality that keeps me connected to any music is its Truth and Lindsay's voice leaves no doubts as to where it comes from and where it is aiming. It is music of the heart and burns on contact" -Christos Hatzis, Juno Award-Winning Composer.

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