Springville Center for the Arts, Songwriter Showcase 2019
Time & Location
About The Event
Nick Kody & Lydia Herren, Porcelain Train, meet the bacons, & The Panfil Brothers perform their original songs acoustic "in the round" while also sharing the stories and inspiration behind them in a casual setting.
Saturday, April 13th, 2019 at the Springville Center for the Arts
$12 Pre-sale / $15 Door
Doors - 7pm, Show Starts - 7:30pm
Purchase tickets online at www.springvillearts.org, by phone at (716) 592-9038 or in person at the Springville Arts Center:
37 N Buffalo St, Springville, New York 14141
Nick Kody returns to host an informal evening where performers strip down their sound and share the stories behind their songs.
NICK KODY & LYDIA HERREN:
Influenced by a wide range of Rock, Blues, Country and Traditional Folk music, Nick Kody and Lydia Herren offer a unique and diverse interpretation of the Americana genre through both their recorded work and live performances. Both musicians are multi-instrumentalists, performing on guitar, violin, harmonica, piano, and more. Nick and Lydia’s original material is inspired heavily by roots music and their duets provide a strong chemistry on stage.
Porcelain Train is an acoustic Americana music duo from WNY featuring Tamala Fonda on acoustic guitar and vocals, and Ralph Fonda on drums/percussion and vocals. Their homegrown interpretation of the Americana genre provides a unique blend of rhythm and harmony combined with thoughtful lyrics.
MEET THE BACONS:
“meet the Bacons” comprised of Joe & Robin Bacon are from Buffalo, NY and draw influences from many great vocal duos, like Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, Simon and Garfunkel, Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris and Shovels and Rope, with music styles that cross classic country, rock, bluegrass, blues and folk (more easily described as Americana music). “meet the Bacons” sound is built on strong vocal harmonies with guitar, harmonica and hand percussion.”
THE PANFIL BROTHERS:
The Panfil Brothers, Mark & Chris, play an eclectic mix of bluegrass, rock and “you name it” in the Buffalo, NY and surrounding areas. Both multi-instrumentalists and experienced songwriters, The Panfil Brothers have been a staple feature in the Western New York Americana scene throughout their careers.