Head on out to Sylvan Park this Friday night for some good ol’ fashioned house show fun. This evening’s bill will consist of acts from both near and far of Nashville. Portland, OR based singer-songwriter Catherine Feeny will be headlining the set. Originally from the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA, Feeny has been exposed to musicianship nearly her entire life and began honing her skills as a vocalist and songwriter at a young age. She released her debut self titled album in 2003 and her fourth and most recent full-length album, America, just last year. Having also toured with the likes of Wilco, Belle and Sebastian, Suzanne Vega, John Prine, The Indigo Girls and Kelly Jones (Stereophonics), Feeny brings a sense of wisdom to Cause A Scene that we cannot wait to see, and more importantly, hear.
Also from Portland, OR, we will hear the tunes of indie, experimental trio, Sama Dams. Hot off the release of their first full lenght album, No Vengeance, this passed spring, Sama Dams is creating a large buzz and a unique sound in their hometown, and we at CAS can’t wait for them to bring that sound here to Nashville. To top the evening off, we also have two acoustic folk artists who happen to both be Nashville transplants. Molly Parden is a southern girl from Jonesboro, GA, just outside Atlanta, while Caleb Groh, born in Ceonnecticut, spent much of his life traveling up and down both coasts. It is no surprise that both of these incredibly talented artists ended up here in Nashville, Groh writing songs and learning guitar from a very young age, and Parden having spent the last several years of her life focused on her songwriting. Both musicians released full length albums within the last two years and both will undoubtebly bring their own unique vibe to Friday evening’s show.
The music will begin at 8:00 PM at 3709 Murphy Road in Sylvan Park. Doors at 7:30 PM. You can purchase your tickets here for $8 in advance. Tickets will be $10 DOS.