Sweet Lizzy Project
Esor Rose, Fernanda and the Ephemeral
250 State Street
New Haven, CT, 06511
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Sweet Lizzy Project
Sweet Lizzy Project, one of the most culturally significant bands to emerge from Cuba in recent years, has a distinctive sound imbued with overtones of classic American indie pop-rock suffused with an intoxicating Latino flair. Lead singer Lisset Diaz’s incomparable voice, which has been likened to that of a long-caged sparrow finally set free, captures listeners’ imaginations, note by note, leaving fans enthralled as they surrender to the group’s mesmerizing forcefield of sound. In addition to Diaz, who also plays acoustic guitar, the five-piece band includes: Miguel Comas, lead guitar, producer, and background vocals; Wilfredo Gatell, keyboards and background vocals; drummer Angel Luis Millet, and bass player Alejandro Gonzalez. Sweet Lizzy’s songs, all original and penned in English, are reflective of the members’ wide range of ages, from their 20´s to 40´s. SLP has attracted international attention with its high-energy, genre-defying live performances. In 2017, they were showcased on PBS's “Havana Time Machine,” alongside Grammy award-winning group, The Mavericks. It was a fortuitous pairing, as it gave SLP an opportunity to forge a relationship with Raul Malo, the Mavericks congenial lead singer, who invited them to Nashville,TN the following year. Since arriving in the United States, SLP has performed coast-to-coast. The group, which was featured on PBS’s Emmy award-winning music television series, “Bluegrass Underground,” has been touring the nation with The Mavericks. SLP has just completed its second album, “Technicolor,” which was mixed by renowned sound engineer Niko Bolas and Thom Pununzio at Blackbird Studios in Nashville. The album is slated for release in the early spring of 2019.
Esor Rose is an eclectic indie neo-soul band based out of Hartford, Connecticut. Founded in 2018, Esor Rose consists of Tekowa Lakica on vocals, Tristan Sayah on guitar, Jordan Aaron on drums and Benjamin Gelfand on bass. They have played such venues as Real Art Ways in Hartford, Wherehouse in Hartford, and NuBlu 151 in New York City, as well as a live session at the University of Connecticut which was broadcast on the Connecticut radio station: WHUS. They are currently in the process of recording their debut album
Fernanda and the Ephemeral
The limits of humanity have been reached. The world is seeking a soothing balm to heal the wounds of modern time. We find our hero Fernanda standing at the precipice, ready to use the power of The Ephemeral to heal the world one note at a time.
FREE WITH RSVP ($5 at the door)