Fathom Lane with Annie Enneking


  • Friday, Nov 15, 2019 10:30 pm

LOCATION: Canvas & Chardonnay - 317 S Broadway

EVENT CATEGORIES: Live Music | Arts & Culture | Entertainment

EVENT COST: $5 Prresale and Student // $10 at the door

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ART HEADS LIVE Friday, November 15th, 10:30 pm $5 Presale and Students // $10 at the door All ticket proceeds go to the musicians FATHOM LANE Over the span of three critically acclaimed full length albums (2017's 'Asilomar', 2013's 'Fathom Lane' and 2012's 'Down By Half') Fathom Lane has been getting international attention for their wonderfully indefinable sound. Michael Ferrier's songs are at once accessible and memorable, but are also sneaky with their quietly innovative touches. Ferrier cites classic touchstones such as The Velvet Underground, Tom Petty, Gram Parson's "Cosmic American Music", and the Laurel Canyon songwriters, but even with these influences Fathom Lane manages a contemporary sound. The blend of Ferrier's steady and simple tenor with fellow singer Ashleigh Still's more mellifluous soul is a main feature of the rich sound Fathom Lane brews; the band invite their listeners in and then delight them with audio surprises. "Fathom Lane captures the full range of emotions on 'Asilomar,' from the despair of broken relationships to the joy of the big, blue ocean." ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS "On Fathom Lane’s new album, Asilomar, it’s clear that Farrier’s patience paid off. The album is one that’s worth sitting quietly and listening to, with the songs taking listeners on a journey through a wide range of life experiences." 89.3 THE CURRENT "It is their distinctive sound which most catches your attention. With songs ranging from biting to calm, yet never cloying, the combined vocals of Michael Ferrier and Ashleigh Still intersect, diverge, then unite again to alight somewhere transcendent." SEVEN MAGAZINE ANNIE ENNEKING Annie Enneking is lover and a fighter. She writes songs about having a body at a particular place in time. She fronts and founded the searing, mischievous rock band Annie and the Bang Bang, and, as a more mellow, acoustic-based singer-songwriter, gets to the dark heart of the matter on albums like what "i want now i will want later" and "Lyndale & 24th", where everything is spare and true and hurts just right.