Cheyenne Lee, a singer/songwriter hailing from Oregon, is about to make her mark on the city of Angels. With a voice like Colbie Calliat and lyrics that speak to everyday human emotion, this beautiful and talented eighteen-year-old is headed for radio stardom. Cheyenne says, “My music is about the good things in life.” Not only does she write her own contagious lyrics, play the guitar, keyboard and piano, but she has a dedication and passion that comes alive within her songs. Commenting on her sound, Cheyenne remarks, “It gives people somewhere to escape to when things aren’t going so well, it not only tells my stories, but the stories of so many others, and in that I find my music very unique…I want people to be uplifted, and I will continue to create music that does so.” Keep your radios turned on for this rising star on the LA scene.
We Like Monsters: Denver, Colorado.
I was lucky to have the opportunity to see We Like Monsters live at Moe’s BBQ in Denver during the Underground Music Showcase, a festival. These fellas are an indie band with a real unique sound & feel. The lead singer, Tim, is a standout band orchestrator with a a drum stick sticking out of his back pocket as he sings. Previously, Tim was in a band called GreenField where he sang, said Adam, the former bassist in greenfield. When he is not singing, he either plays the keyboard or triggers samples and sounds with his midi pad, as the rest of the band takes center stage. The other band members pick up the slack with their superb musicality and feel. The bassist, has a rocker’s stance, and beanie to match it. The lead keyboardist has a double stack, or two keyboards on top of each other, each with their own customized synth sounds to enable versatile timbres for melodies. If you like the music, don’t miss an opportunity to see We Like Monsters in a personable venue (before they become well known)! Have a listen and be sure to listen to the music video: “Le Tigre” (see below)
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In Eugene, Oregon? Love free music?
This Friday, the 45th Willamette Valley Music Festival will hit University of Oregon campus yet again with 22 bands on three stages. Evolved from the Willamette Valley Folk Festival, this free music event is a long-standing tradition that reflects a wide variety music genres including, but definitely not limited to, jazz, bluegrass, indie, folk, and alternative. Did I mention there is also an entire block of vendors? Food, art, clothing, hot damn!
Check out the performing artists below!