Storytellers Night featuring Grace Stumberg, Brendan & the Strangest Ways, Timothy Alice and Tyler Bagwell

Grace Stumberg is a singer/songwriter based out of Buffalo, New York. Stumberg's style can be described as indie folk with a very percussive style of guitar playing. Her voice transcends spirit and holds both power in range as well as an effortless dynamic of soul. Grace also serves as backup singer for folk legend Joan Baez and has traveled the world sharing the stage with artists such as the Indigo Girls, Robert Plant, Josh Ritter, and more. She has been mentioned in the Rolling Stone Magazine recognizing her performance at the Beacon Theatre for Ms Baez's 75th birthday party. She continues to travel with Ms Baez while performing in her home town of Buffalo, NY and anywhere there are ears.

Brendan and the Strangest Ways

Brendan Shea has been described as a true songwriter’s songwriter who expertly crafts his lyrics like a mason building a brick wall, and whose haunting melodies and compositions have a way of outlasting durations of quiet to stay stuck in your head long after you’ve heard the last note.

Timothy Alice & The Dead Star Band

Rooted in strong, inventive songwriting, tender and howling vocals, explosive drums, driving bass lines, and resonant harmonies, 3-piece Buffalo outfit Timothy Alice & the Dead Star Band play a unique brand of Rock n Roll that draws on Stax Records Soul, Garage Rock, Country Music, 70’s Singer-Songwriters, and 00’s British Indie.

Tyler Bagwell

Folksinger based in Buffalo, NY.

$8.00 - $10.00


The Queen City borrows a page out of Nashville's playbook, showcasing four of its most proficient homegrown singer/songwriters in an "in the round" format. Hear the stories that inspired Grace Stumberg's superlative indie folk, Brendan & the Strangest Ways' road-worn Americana, Timothy Alice's haunting roots rock, and Tyler Bagwell's fiery rust belt folklore.

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