Cannon & deVaron, Sit Kitty Sit, The Jamboree Sunday

Cannon & deVaron

After more than three years out of touch, college friends Ryan Batie and Nick Lerangis met in a small green house near the Townshend Dam in Southern Vermont. They started from scratch and recorded for seven days and became a new band: Cannon & deVaron. Named for their mothers and influenced more by odd sounds than bands, C & deV is full of dual lead vocals, Mbiras, Stratocasters, and clattery hipshakers.

Sit Kitty Sit

Born in 2010, Sit Kitty Sit has without question invented the term "Classical Rock". 
Kat Downs (piano/vox) and Mike Thompson (drums) create an undeniable pop/proggy piano and drum duo which has been described as Dresden Dolls mixed with Florence + Machine, Tori Amos, & Ben Folds Five. 

"...the two of them create some freaking awesome sounds" 
- Susan Burrows, 

Following their initial debut EP, "The Push", in September of 2010, SKS became known for consistently thrilling audiences with their energetically intense live performances.

No holds barred, this group produces addictive rock n' roll - with only two people, and not one guitar in sight. 

"However you slice it though, this music rocks... It's unique and captivating." 
- Gary Hill, Music Street Journal 

February 2012 saw the release of their much anticipated sophomore album, "Beautiful/Terrible" released by the new independent label, Gun Horse Records. The album was introduced to the public on February 3, 2012 at San Francisco's legendary live music venue, Bottom of the Hill. 

"Stripped to it's bare essentials; some classy piano leads render a kooky-ish slice of pop music, complimented by some fantastic vocal melodicism from Bay Area's Sit Kitty Sit" 
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The Jamboree Sunday

The Jamboree Sunday is a simple little band who like nothing more than to sit around and jam as well as watch samurai films and comedy television. We've got a powerhouse rhythm section, a scientist on brass, a soulful set of pipes, and most importantly we like to have fun. Come see our shows and we'll work hard on releasing stuff for your ipods.

$8.00 - $10.00


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