Sarah Browne, Gregory Stovetop, Coyote Eyes
217 E Houston St.
New York, NY, 10002
This event is 21 and over
Sarah Browne is an indie-folk singer-songwriter based in Queens, NY. An almost entirely self-taught musician, Sarah began teaching herself piano at the age of thirteen and picked up guitar shortly after. Once she had written her first song at the age of eighteen, she felt compelled to share her music with others. Sarah is now an accomplished performer, having clocked in 100+ shows at venues such as Rockwood Music Hall, The Delancey, Angry Orchard and many more. Sarah's debut album, entitled To You, has been featured on The Peak 107.1 FM and on WHUD 100.7 FM. Her songwriting style is characterized by her ability to create tantalizing melodies that take on an integral part of each song. Sarah's lyrics are poetic and honest in a straightforward, unassuming way. Sarah hopes that through her music she can inspire others to pursue their own passions.
Coyote Eyes is the dark pop alter ego of Jo Eubanks, a multi-disciplinary artist out of New York City. The former southern debutante turned goth powerhouse is known for her haunting vocals, jarring lyrics, and cinematic soundscapes. Her music is, like her, equally tragic and seductive.
Coyote Eyes has bubbled under the radar for longer than you think. She began training as a classical singer at age 11, and by 16 she was already sparking label interest for her unusual, emotionally-charged voice. Execs described her as having the pain of a 30 year old woman trapped inside a child's body.
Dubbed a "young Sylvia Plath", she broke from her sugary pop contemporaries and leaned into her writing, developing a poetically evocative lyrical style.
As Jo Eubanks, she delved into the Los Angeles songwriting scene, penning original music with Trey Campbell (Bebe Rexha, Bea Miller, Adam Lambert), Alison Kaplan (David Guetta, BTS), and Andrew Dixon (Colbie Caillat) before returning to New York to work with Grammy award winning producer Mario J. McNulty (David Bowie, Philip Glass, Nine Inch Nails).
Drawing influence from her classical background as well as the 90s grunge movement, it's no surprise that Coyote Eyes is often compared to the likes of Dolores O'Riordan, Alanis Morisette, and Shirley Manson.
In 2018, the Coyote Eyes project emerged from Eubanks' fascination with duality in all its forms, which she explores both sonically and thematically. She states: "The coyote represents the wild paradox existing within myself, within us all. Each and every one of us navigates the world as both predator and prey."
The Coyote Eyes project has quickly picked up steam. Less than six months after her debut release, Coyote Eyes landed a performance at iHeart Radio Live Sessions, which led to a multi track placement on DJ A-Ron’s Top of the List Apple Music Playlist.
Coyote Eyes has just completed her debut EP, featuring tracks produced by I AM SNOW ANGEL (Ableton sound designer), Missyou, Joshua Kaler (Jump, Little Children), Mario J. McNulty, and Ruslan Odnoralov (The Chainsmokers, Lennon Stella, Ruelle, Fleurie). Love in the Time of Melancholia will be released in 2020.
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