$10 Cover @ the Door / Start 5:30pm / Doors 5pm
Deftly woven melodies and deliberately unapologetic candor: three bold songstresses channel their experiences into song. Come for the wit, stay for the wisdom.
Siv Disa is a sullen piano girl for the new millenium. Drawing inspiration from an array of sources spanning from The Supremes to Shostakovich, she writes songs that have been described as both emotional and experimental in their composition. While piano and voice are her primary instruments, Siv also plays the guitar, ukelele, autoharp, and musical saw. Through experimenting with them, she enjoys broadening the scope of her songwriting abilities. In concert, Siv enjoys playing with an eclectic melange of other musicians- most frequently sitarist Sharmeen Malik and guitarist Zoe Clayton."
Armed with a love for nostalgia and a drive for social change, Savoir Faire performs jazz noir with a rock'n roll twist. Blossoming from the brain of singer and guitarist Sarah Fard, Savoir Faire serves lyrics to contemplate, guitar riffs to empower, and a vintage heart.
Inspired by nature and story-telling, Donna Vatnick blends folk, jazz, bossa-nova, and acoustic styles into her original pieces. Her first album, Ode to the Sea, was inspired by growing up on the North Shore of Massachusetts. Rolling on the waves of change is always challenging; songwriting is a comforting companion for a wandering rower.