The Fleeting Ends, Earthquake Lights, Tim Hein
1100 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19107
Doors 8:30PM / Show 9:30PM
This event is 21 and over
"Music infused with deep-rooted soul can take a lifetime to develop, but Erin Willet embodies an infinite, youthful restlessness that cannot be denied, and empowers her voice to soar higher than most musicians in their early twenties. Communicating through years of musical influence from the Mid-Atlantic “Free State”, Erin Willet shines on stage; a vision of sultry alto tones paired with a gleeful, captivating presence coercing more and more spectators to give this kinetic performer a chance. With a growing foothold in Long Island, Erin Willet plans to prove that huge heart translated through a stellar voice can change people, make them dance, sing along, jump for joy and truly experience the splendor of great music."
The Fleeting Ends
The Fleeting Ends is a Philly-based rock band with a knack for catchy and unique songwriting. With influences spanning from XTC and the Cars to the Pixies and Blur, The Fleeting Ends exploit its roots while still putting its own touch on the catalogue of music that they continue to build. With performances at SXSW, Folk Fest, the Kimmel Center, and NBC 10’s 10! Show, The Fleeting Ends are only beginning to make a name for themselves.
"Earthquake Lights uses the indie rock genre as a foundation to mesh their influences into their own style. They combine their compelling lyrics with unique harmonies for a new generation of listeners. Made up of Myles Rodenhouse, Cameron Underhill (keys), Evan Douaihy (guitar), James DiGirolamo (bass) and Steve Helms (drums), their debut EP Bangups and Hangups was released on Leap Day, February 29th."
Tim Hein, a New York native, who now splits his time between Philadelphia and
Northern Delaware, is a songwriter inspired by the best of folk music and modern
alternative rock. Hein’s sound has been described as a blending of meaningful
narratives, raw emotion, and soaring melodies, that is at the same time honest and
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