Monday, February 4, 2019

Alana Davis

Bird Streets

White Eagle Saloon & Hotel - White Eagle Saloon

7 p.m.

$12 advance, $15 day of show

21 and over

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About Alana Davis

Alana Davis

Alana Davis' music career emerged with her debut single, "32 Flavors", which became a Top 40 hit and provided her with the opportunity to tour with several of her contemporaries like Ben Harper, Jack Johnson and Ziggy Marley as well as extolled industry legends such as Jethro Tull, Bonnie Raitt and Steele Pulse.  She has collaborated on recordings with Pharrell Williams, Jay-Z, Sly & Robbie and recently with Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics, who performs on her 2018 album, Love Again (Cleopatra Records).  Alana's music has been featured in mainstream media throughout her career, including a Super Bowl commercial, several Films & TV shows, and to critical acclaim in TIME, The New York Times and Rolling Stone.  In late 2018 she headlined packed venues on the East Coast and will be heading west to perform her new songs and fan favorites in early 2019.

About Bird Streets

Bird Streets

Bird Streets is the musical alias of New York songwriter John Brodeur. In need of a creative rebirth after years on the music-industry margins, Brodeur reached out to producer and multi-instrumentalist Jason Falkner, to suggest a collaboration. The album yielded by this pairing is both fresh and familiar--a dynamic collection of introspective indie-rock and power-pop that draws liberally on the music of decades past without being bluntly nostalgic, with Brodeur’s voice like an old friend you’re meeting for the first time. The self-titled debut album, available now on Omnivore Recordings, is a "rock-solid power-pop gem," according to PopMatters, while Albumism calls it a "contemporary masterpiece that conjures indie-rock's glory days." Bird Streets is a 2018 NPR Slingshot artist.