$7 in advance/$10 at the door
10pm doors/10:30pm showtime
Whittled down, the name Patchy Sanders becomes a mythical muse, an unknown source of inspiration and beauty. Based out of Ashland OR, they are 6: Danielle(banjo...) and Jacqui Aubert (vocal), Dan Sherrill (guitar...), Sara Wilbur (violin...), Ian Van Ornum (mandolin...), and Eric Jones (bass). Working with ecclectic themes from dreams, fairy-tales, after-life, wild lands etc... Patchy crafts stream-of-conciousness story music with an emphasis on melody and lyrics. These aren’t songs as much as they are musical emotional experiences which conjure other worldly journeys. By and large their music fits as well in an acoustic art-house as it does in a farm house hootenanny hoe-down or main-stage at a pop festival.
Touring behind their debut record & The Wild Peach Forest Patchy’s momentum has been building during their extensive NW concert season in 2014. Notable festival appearances include, Kate Wolf Music Festival, Oregon Country Fair, The Britt, Beloved, Northwest String Summit, CA Worldfest... They’ve also played historic venues in the Bay Area like the Great American Music Hall and The Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse.
Seeking to broaden modern folk’s traditionalist approach, Patchy has new material in the works for 2015. Fresh original music bending towards avant-folk, with folk-orchestral arrangements blending diverse genres and musical styles. This iscontemporary, independent, eclectic, eccentric, folk music which critics have been, with effort, trying to categorize. Like many things which remain hard to classify, Patchy Sanders’ music comes from their mythical muse, their unknown source of inspiration, and from here it will continue to flourish
"Great musicianship, harmonies, and feel. A really warm vibe that makes wherever you are standing feel like the center of a Gypsy Caravan."
"Timeless. I could hear this band in the 16th, 18th, and 21st Centuries."
~Sedge Thomson (West Coast Live, Host)
The Last Revel:
Consisting of three members, The Last Revel uses traditional folk-minded three part harmonies with honest and meaningful lyrics to deliver a passionate and soul stirring performance. On a backbone of rebellious rock attitude and raw traditional instrumentation, band members pride themselves on an unrelenting work ethic and a deep hunger to write, perform, and entertain.
The Last Revel is known for crafting a rowdy live performance that inspires crowds to move to every tune. The Last Revel honed their style at a weekly open mic night at a dive bar in Southern Minnesota. Their performance spread by word of mouth until the bar was at maximum capacity every Thursday. When the dance floor was full, folks danced on tables. The Last Revel strives for such wild performances at every show.
The Last Revel received great response from press and fans alike from their first official recording entitled, “The Mason Jar EP” in February of 2013.
With their debut full-length release entitled “UPROOTED” in February of 2014, The Last Revel’s momentum continues to grow and The Band is poised to take their sound to anywhere that welcomes their own brand of lyric driven, foot moving, folk music.