Dillbilly, Sorceress of the Sky, Wayfairy
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
This event is 21 and over
Dillbilly (pronouns: they/them) is a genre-queer songbird from the rural Midwest who's sound migrates across folk, Americana, roots, alt-country, and rock influences. Their soaring vocals and metaphorical lyrics tell complex and vulnerable stories that find a way of weaving midwestern charm, animal behavior, country living, weather patterns, farming, working class humor, grief, plant ecology, queerness, white fragility, and birds.....so many birds.... into nest-like songs that make a home for what your heart has always longed to hear. The vehicle of their songs change like seasons from piano and guitar to ukulele and banjo performing both solo and with a 4 piece band. Currently, Dillbilly has made a home in Oakland, CA where they have teamed up with renowned musician and producer Julie Wolf, of Julie Wolf Music, to create their 10th full length record which will be released in 2019.
Sorceress of the Sky
Sorceress Of The Sky
Linda Moody, singer/guitarist of Excuses For Skipping and Fleetwood Macramé, also doubles as a neo folk singer/songwriter in San Francisco, Ca. Vivid imagery, sweet falsetto vocals and dark guitar tunings will take you for a ride in a canoe through the cat tails and the tall reeds on a warm day in the lake.
Her newest work, a full length album entitled "Angel Island Is On Fire" is set to be released this year. Angel Island Is On Fire features orchestral arrangements by Zach Layton and guest appearances by Mark Gardener (Ride) Tammy Fortin and Robbie Ryan of efs and Cat Martino. Linda has performed on stages all over the world in places such as Paris, Berlin, New York, San Francisco and Sweden to name a few. She will be performing at Oxfords Wood Festival May 17-19, 2019 and then crossing the pond to tour Ireland.
Fleetwood Macramé: Linda impersonates Stevie Nicks in this raucous Bay Area Tribute to Fleetwood Mac where audience participation is encouraged.
Wayfairy started with a banjo on the turnpike and has grown into a six piece music project that fills the sonic space between mournful folk and riotous punk. The brainchild of multi-instrumentalist Quiver Watts, Wayfairy blends accordion, banjo, violin, washboard and upright bass with soft vocal harmonies, punctuated by raw wails. Come to dance, come to feel.