3227 N. Davidson St.
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
Watch & Listen
23 year-old singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Haley Dreis currently resides in Nashville, TN, where she teaches violin, tours, records, and writes music for herself and others. In her hometown of Columbia, SC critics favor her as "one of the scene's brightest voices" (Otis Taylor, The State newspaper) - and her debut full-length album as "a perfectly realized and surprisingly mature and polished pop gem from the still-young Dreis, who is as promising a pop talent as Columbia's ever seen" (Patrick Wall, Columbia Free-Times).
She has recorded and toured throughout the southeast with Jay Clifford (of Jump Little Children) and Josh Kaler (of Slow Runner); and has performed alongside national acts such as We The Kings, Tonic, Edwin McCain, Toby Lightman, & Chris Barron (of Spin Doctors). She has performed at legendary venues such as the Bitter End (NYC), Eddie's Attic (Decatur, GA), Bluebird Cafe (Nashville), and most recently graced the stage at the Grande Ole Opry where she played violin in the orchestra for Grammy Award-winning gospel artist Kirk Franklin at the Stellar Music Awards.
Dreis is a high school graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts and a recent cum laude graduate of the University of South Carolina Honors College.
Her most recent 3rd full-length album, "Lady With A Rocket" (September 2012) was honored "New and Noteworthy" on iTunes. Her full-length debut album "Beautiful to Me" (July, 2009) and her sophomore release "Taking Time" (March, 2011) are also available on iTunes and other digital retailers. She has collectively fan-funded over $18,000 via Kickstarter to independently release her albums.
Roseland is an Americana Rock band comprised of members of Greensboro, North Carolina music veterans House of Fools and Hot Politics. Paying homage to classic rock and country artists like CSNY, Gram Parsons and Tom Petty as well as alternative staples such as The Jayhawks and Teenage Fanclub, Roseland's self-titled debut offers 13 songs in which clever hooks and rich melodies are married to memorable guitar lines and rhythms. Joined on the record by Whit Wright (American Aquarium) on Pedal Steel, the band presents a compelling first album that is sure to turn heads and stick with music lovers far and wide.
The members of Roseland are no strangers to the trials, tribulations and fruits of labor found in a life on the road. Having toured for years nationally in previous projects with several stops at SXSW, CMJ and Bamboozle festivals, Roseland has picked up the banner of its predecessors and is establishing a touring regimen in the southeast with dates booked throughout the end of the year.
$5.00 - $7.00