January 15th, 2022 8:30pm Stage
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Singer-songwriter Juliet Garrett’s music is “a remedy for the soul” (Camden Live). Raised on Shelter Island, NY, Juliet has performed across Europe from London to Berlin, Amsterdam to Malmo, though she claims Rockwood Music Hall in NY as her favorite venue. During the pandemic, she remained active-- performing livestreams and virtual benefit festivals, appearing on tastemaker Annie O’s music series, and releasing her first EP, "Corners of Pretend" (recorded before lockdown in London). She is currently at work on her next collection of songs at the Honeyjar in Brooklyn with producer Devin Greenwood and collaborator Chuck Staab. Described as “unique, fresh, and powerful” (Cheers to the Vikings), Juliet’s “mesmerising” songs are guaranteed to leave you feeling warm, uplifted, and a little more connected.
Charles Ellsworth is a NYC transplant by way of the White Mountains of Arizona where he was raised on Mormon hymns and Top 40 country music. A storyteller by nature, Ellsworth’s lyrics and near-familiar melodies weave to tell stories of heartbreak and loneliness, while shining a light on the perseverance of the human spirit. A self-proclaimed “recovering toxic sadboy” — Ellsworth’s music has evolved with him. Through sobriety and self-exploration, Ellsworth has shifted from writing songs lamenting “the ones that got away,” to singing honest reflections about what caused them to leave and doing the work to be better.
In early 2020, Ellsworth recruited several musicians from the Brooklyn music scene -- Jared Schapker (Grandpa Jack) and Blake Suben (Dirty Bird) -- to help him record an album with Joe Reinhart (Hop Along, Algernon Cadwallader) at his Headroom Studio in Philadelphia, Pa. The subsequent recordings are "Honeysuckle Summer" out March 5th on Burro Borracho Records.