Chris Eichlin & Friends

March 14th, 2023 9:30pm   Stage



Loving, sweet, and sometimes melancholic like a last goodbye hug – the alternative folk of Chris Eichlin radiates through the unfurling landscape of an ever changing life. Welcoming the inevitable. Though love and loss is rather cliché for a folk singer, he also finds comfort in the personal solace in the artistic ebbs and flows. His melodic, detuned fingerpicking whispers the influences of Alex G, Father John Misty, Bon Iver, Nick Drake. Eichlin is a frequent collaborator and band member to Ryan Morro (Sci-Fi Godfather).

James Ross K

James Ross K is a 27 year old from Brooklyn, New York. He released his first single in 2018, after appearing on MTV's TRL New Artists; which amassed over 300k streams as an independent artist. He also has an LP out titled as part of the alt pop/rock band . most recently he released a four song EP titled , produced by & with Andrew Callahan and Carson Graham of . 
 This new "Here is Good" era meditates on all that it means to grow; becoming who you will be, while honoring who you've been and the people who've shaped you. It's about understanding the subjective nature in drawing the line between right and wrong. It's for anyone who's felt like a stranger coming home. Much of his music centers around feelings of grief, growing pains, "small deaths" and new beginnings; in himself, his relationships, and the world around him. 
Here is Good!


CLOVER is a singer-songwriter currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Captivating and soulful, with vocals way bigger than her body, CLOVER wisps you away into a world of angelic anthems. Inspired by the likes of Lake Street Dive, Maggie Rogers, Florence + The Machine, Lorde, and Carole King, she warmly welcomes you with a blend of soul, rock, and pop that echoes timelessness.​

In 2018, after graduating from Bard College, CLOVER was invited to participate in NBC's The Voice. She spent a month in LA filming for the show before she decided to leave prior to the premiere and fly home. This was a defining moment for CLOVER and her career, as she realized the importance of her independence and the power of having complete control over her music and image. Since then, CLOVER has fluidly moved through her independent artistry with grace. In the fall of 2018 she moved to Brooklyn, NY where she frequently performed in NYC venues like Rockwood Music Hall, Pete's Candy Story, and PIANOS, and made an appearance on WNYC's The Greene Space for Next Best Thing.

After releasing her debut single "This Love" in early 2020, she left Brooklyn and spent a year driving around the country to bring music to the people during the pandemic through street performance with her partner SUNDREAM. While on the road, she started making her own sustainable merch to sell while busking. She thrifted t-shirts, naturally dyed them with plants, and learned to screen print in the various places that became home.

Sustainability, female empowerment, and social activism guide her music. She recently co-wrote "Power" for MILCK which was featured on ABC Network for Women's History Month in March of 2022. She was also selected to perform at Ladybug Music Festival, the largest female fronted music festival in the US. With her debut album in the works, this is just the beginning of CLOVER's rise as an artist.