$6.00 Suggested Donation
Artists' CD's will be available:
Cover Art by Johnny Turbo
|Saturday, August 4th, 2012
- 11:00 PM
Syncretic Music Night
with Trappers Cabin, Nancy Kaye, Anni Paisley & Trey Privott
||Left: Trapper's Cabin Right: Nancy Kaye
Come Join us for an evening of energizing emerging musicians.
In order of appearance:
Paisley hails from the "strange land of Queens NYC." Her influences are wide and vast and mostly psychedelic but of
many tones. Some of her influences are Syd Barrett of Pink
Floyd, Jefferson Airplane, Patti Smith, Marc Bolan, The
Incredible String Band and The Who.
With a uniquely compelling voice and soul that is like a cross
between Melanie and Leonard Cohen, Paisley sincere
songwriting will entrance listeners. Although she has played at
local parties and at a recent opening at the five-points
Jittery Joes, this startling talent has not had nearly as much
exposure as she deserves.
Privott began playing guitar at a young age and
since then has filled most days listening to, playing, and
writing music. He focuses on song-writing and performance. He
modestly and unjustly denies billing himself as a singer, as he has
had no formal training, rather he considers himself a
songwriter and performer.
We find his vocals powerfully
soulful and his lyrics evocative of the country and folk roots
groups he admires. He plays with the local band Bear Arms when
he isn't performing the solo acoustic act he will for
Kaye began her eclectic career as Rosey, a rock n' roll soul siren on Island/Def Jam. Her debut Dirty Child,earned her the title 'The Lovechild of Robert Plant and Rickie
Lee Jones' by Entertainment Weekly, and Rolling Stone,
Billboard and Blender Magazine praised her with four glowing
stars. After 10 years of jumping coasts from NYC to LA, it was one
trip to the Georgia countryside that made her realize that to
feel her true nature, she needed to be in nature. She packed
her bags and kissed LA and the pop record she was making there
goodbye to follow her true passions and begin anew. Her
latest album, In The Light, is her most inspired work to
date. We are delighted to be hosting this experienced new
Athenian appearance at ATHICA.
Trappers Cabin: aka Joel Nettesheim
Nancy Kaye will be joined by local fave, guitarist Trappers Cabin, who has appeared on NPR as well as many venues. Trappers Cabin aka Joel Nettesheim bought his first 4 track while living in Milwaukee. Endless tapes and countless wacky experiments ensued. Early lo-fi records were numerous and given to friends and family only. A move to Georgia brought new inspiration, new albums and new fans....a blossoming period. A definite "Trappers Cabin" sound was evolving and becoming signature which helped land him the #3 spot on NPR's Top 10 Best Unknown Artists of 2007. Nettesheim is a unique storyteller with a refreshing delivery of sound.
CD's by the artists will be available for purchase at the event.