The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow, Book of Birds, Tar & Flowers

The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow

The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow is a collaborative band which brings together five Massachusetts singer-songwriters in the vein of Americana, Rock, and Roots-Folk music. The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow headlined the final 2015 Shire City Sessions show of the year in Pittsfield, MA and has recently debuted it first LIVE Album entitled, "The Heart of the Run," an ode to the magical process of Whiskey making and the good people of Massachusetts and New England who craft their passion and manufacture spirits right here in the region. An independently released Album, the title speaks to the groups song writing and affinity for the beverage and the way in which Whiskey and Music, bring people together in harmony and good times.

The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow produced a Nationally acclaimed Short Music Documentary which was accepted into 17 Film Festival across the country, and 5 time recipient of 'Best Musical Short Documentary' Awards. The Documentary has lifted the message of collaborative music in Western Massachusetts to a national audience, and propelled the band into regional tours and showcases including supporting acts such as the Indigo Girls, The Felice Brothers, The Adam Ezra Group, Deertik,The Novel Ideas, house band performances at the New England Whiskey Festival and the Whiskey Washback at New York's Bowery Hotel two years running. The Treaty's boot stomping collective, 5-part lyrical stylings, and shared approach to folk music speaks to audiences young and old, with sing-a-long performances bringing people together in raw emotion and enjoyment.

Book of Birds

Book of Birds is an original American indie folk rock band based in Marin County, CA. Heavily influenced by the acoustic-based music and rich harmonies of the Laurel Canyon sound, with a good dose of California north coast vibes - rugged and haunting with great harmonies, bedrock rhythms and beautiful guitar work.

Tar & Flowers

Tar & Flowers is Taylor Hungerford. Taylor was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley. At a young age, his parents relocated to Chatsworth, a small equestrian town on the outer rim of the valley. Chatsworth’s rich western history would affect Taylor in ways he was unaware of. Local trips down to The Cowboy Palace would introduce Taylor to different country artists as well as deepen his love of the west and cowboy culture. This love would influence him to venture out to his cousin’s ranch in Colorado to cowboy for a few summers. Taylor’s experience of the west and western life would make their way into the Tar & Flowers sound. Taylor found a kindred spirit in Wolf Kroeger. Born in the south of France, Wolf’s semi-rural upbringing also occasioned a love of the frontier and open land - a love that would shape and guide the album Indian Summer’s gritty, desert inspired sound. Since the release of Indian Summer, Tar & Flowers has enjoyed accolades from multiple press outlets, a nomination in the Americana category for the Hollywood Music In Media Awards as well as playing large venues all over Los Angeles from The Whisky A Go Go and The Viper Room to The Satellite and The Hotel Cafe. Live, Taylor Hungerford is joined by Zach Andrews on bass, Matt Brundrette on percussion and composer Michael Ward on guitar and backing vocals. The group can be found throughout LA and beyond, answering the call of the west wherever it may be found.

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