November 15th, 2021 7pm Stage 3
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Based right here on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, wife-and-husband duo True Outcomes are comprised of singer/actor Christina Germaine and singer/songwriter/guitarist Adam Howard Schneider. Their style can best be described as indie-folk-power pop with a broad range of relatable subject matter. After receiving a warm response to their rapidly expanding repertoire at open mics and on the city streets, they’ll be making their official live debut together here at Rockwood Music Hall while their first EP is being mixed and mastered.
Kristen and Camilo
A Detroit native raised a little bit of everywhere else, Kristen Merritt has played everything from intimate coffee, bar and lounge settings, to larger festival-style events, and has delighted crowds no matter the room capacity. As a solo artist, Kristen has found her sound in the neo-soul genre, and spices up her set with the occasional funk or soulful pop song, telling a new story with every original and cover she gives her unique flavor to. And speaking of flavors, her favorite oscillates between peach and pineapple.
Camilo Alvarez Tovar is a multi-instrumentalist from Coral Springs, FL. Known for his wicked sense of style, and even more wicked sense of humor, you can find him at
Couvo is a singer-songwriter based out of Brooklyn whose music has been described as "1970's Laurel Canyon meets your favorite dive bar." Known for his rousing acoustic performances and story-driven songs, Couvo's lyrics take precedence through his character-driven exploits of the heart and semi-autobiographical accounts, while his big-hearted choruses remain unaffected and equally poignant.
His debut album, When This All Ends, mixed by Charlie Stavish (Jenny Lewis, Interpol, Weezer) and mastered by Robin Schmidt (The 1975, The Japanese House, Ben Howard), has been described as "Sweetly sorrowful" (The Deli NYC) and "wistful... The unassuming crooner yields wistful, spirited coos akin to Ezra Koenig and Morning Benders era Chris Chu" (Groundsource).