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Copper Fields: Live at City View Sound

Copper Fields‘ songs have powerful lyrics, a crisp and full sound, and a blend of voices that rise in harmony. There is a story told through both their lyrical content and their instrumentation, which is alt-Americana tastefully merged with indie rock and a splash of old soul. Your head and your heart are sure to be moved.

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Chris Ross and the North: Live at City View Sound

Chris Ross spent the better part of a decade tucked away on the coast of Maine developing his voice as a writer. Inside the arsenal of tracks he’s penned, one finds dangerous, hard-hitting reflections; stories of love, life, and longing that appeal to listeners for their authenticity.

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Shane Reimer: Live at City View Sound

Guitarist and singer Shane Reimer grew up listening to punk rock, but his influences stretch far beyond one genre. Powered by a unique and powerful voice, Shane blends classic rock sounds with exciting twists from the realms of new wave, funk, and swing, making for an explosive sound that stretches across several projects including his original rock project, Shane Reimer and Them Spicy Boize.

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Bradford Loomis: Live at City View Sound

Born in the Northwest, Bradford Loomis has lived to tell a different and exciting tale from many of us. Through years of choir, band, and orchestra, Bradford discovered a powerful kinship to the songs and stories of bygone eras, as they helped show him how to tell stories in a meaningful, impactful way.

Bradford marries grit and melody to dig to the roots of American folklore, and to speak of the raw reality of the human condition with passion. His stories span several lifetimes of relatable emotions; bitterness and loss, deep longing and regret, enduring hope and love, elation and joy.

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The Parkers: Live at City View Sound

The Parkers have garnered accolades for their smoldering live show, which harnesses the sweaty-soaked punk rock energy inherent in the band’s vibe. Propelling the sisters forward live is dynamically explosive drummer and close family friend Henry Kane.

Select live performance highlights for The Parkers include appearances at Rocktoberfest; festivals such as MONDO.NYC and LAUNCH Music Conference; the Highline Ballroom; and even a show alongside Wu Tang Clan members and offspring. The group has garnered press accolades from ThatMusicMag.com, NJ.com, and have earned exposure for its stunning video for “Let’s Disappear.” The video garnered local awards, and was featured in the Millburn Film Festival (NJ) and The National Film Festival for Talented Youth in Seattle.

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Christian Lopez: Live at City View Sound

Handsome, thoughtful, and well-spoken, Christian Lopez is less concerned with the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle than with spending time back home with friends, family, and the old cars he and his dad like to tinker with.

At the same time, as interest in his multiple talents heats up, his fascination with discovering places, ideas, and music becomes stronger. Lopez has been stoking that fire for five years, since he began touring and learning how to turn a bunch of bar patrons into foot-stomping, cheering fans.

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Acoustic Kitty Project: Live at City View Sound

Carter Lansing’s gritty vocals have been compared to John Hiatt, Steve Earle, and Warren Haynes. Backed by veteran drummer Bill Matlack Jr., bassist Mary Chamberlain, Dan DeChellis on keyboards, and Mike Carr on lead guitar, Acoustic Kitty Project continues to impress every crowd for whom they have the privilege of playing.

Carter’s songs expose the raw, common threads that run through all of our lives. We all get hurt, we all break down, and sometimes, things are good. No matter what, the important lesson is to keep moving forward.

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Deau Eyes: Live at City View Sound

Deau Eyes’ Ali Thibodeau is an indie rock and roll artist based in Richmond, VA. With soulful, siren-like melodies and cleverly crafted lyrics, Thibodeau takes you on a sonic romp laced with courage, confidence, and general “bad ass-ery.”

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