Neck of the Woods Presents:


Weslynn, Arrows, Drea. M

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$10.00 - $15.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Americana with a twist of Pop from a city of 100+ Degrees.
Founded in fall of 2013, three Arizona State University schoolmates and long time friends (Jared Geyer, Greg Olin, and Kevin Holmes) started to play music under the band name WESLYNN. They started gaining a fanbase in their hometown of Phoenix, AZ by playing coffee shops, cover gigs, and releasing original home recordings online. The following year they released professionally produced 5 track EP titled Dark Days. The album was engineered and produced by Nashville recording artist, David Dreas. After a yearlong hiatus, this Indie/Pop/Rock band is back stronger than ever. They released their EP, Black+Champagne produced by Dan Parker in September 2016. They draw their inspiration from bands such as Augustana, The Rolling Stones, John Mayer, Queen, and classic pop rock bands. With smooth vocals, haunting harmonies, and grooving guitar vibes, WESLYNN's mature sound and style reaches people of all ages. The band continues to focus on writing and recording music.
Arrows, based in Santa Cruz, CA formed under the influence of bands like Joy Division, The Cure, and The Pixies. Recently, the band self released their debut self-titled EP. They're currently working towards spreading their sound across the West Coast and expanding beyond that. Playing to crowds in hometown Santa Cruz, the band is flourishing in the local music scene and out to prove that they're cut from a different cloth.
Drea. M
Drea. M commands the heart to listen. Gut-driven and refined, her songs combine rich vocal harmonies, nuanced lyrics, and atmospheric instrumentation to create a haunting sound that is sophisticated without losing its emotional edge. From multi-instrumental acoustic arrangements to the more recent incorporation of orchestral, big-sound beats, what continues to drive her work is heartfelt grit and an unwavering honesty about what it means to be profoundly alive.
Venue Information:
Neck of the Woods
406 Clement Street
San Francisco, CA, 94118