Kristen Ford delivers a high energy set of indie rock. She lives for live performance, her passion and charisma shining forth on stage both solo or with her band. Her hooks will linger in your mind, blending genres from folk to reggae to rock. Where she's from is a long story. Let's just say Boston was home for five years, and she's currently on the road full time, which feels just as homey as anywhere.
Kyla Pitruzzello with her low raspy vocal that's surprisingly crystal clear is accompanied by her rhythmic driven, reverb filled, acoustic guitar. A self taught musician, she first stepped on stage at the age of 33 with a handful of songs she had written. This lack of formal training has resulted in songwriting and performances that are raw and unfiltered. Many moons ago she lived an unfulfilling life as a laboratory manager, spending her days mulling over data trying to make sense of it all. Since making her exodus from the world of genomics, Kyla now focuses on the science of living her life fully, musically, and without limit. A self-proclaimed, spiritually influenced naturalist, her greatest desire is to live as a vagabond with a home address.
Olive Tiger (solo)
Olive Tiger is driven by the obsessive need to bring imagined sounds to life, creating experiences of beauty and profundity in the process. Olive, lead singer/songwriter of Olive Tiger, uses cello, violin, guitar, and vocals to craft a unique blend of melody-driven orchestral folk rock sounds. Listeners draw comparisons to St. Vincent, My Brightest Diamond, tUnE-yArDs, Fiona Apple, and Andrew Bird. Olive Tiger's debut album "Until My Body Breaks" is released locally 8/19/16 and via Bandcamp.com, and is set to release worldwide in September 2016.