New York singer-songwriter troubadour Jeffrey Lewis, who will perform a free all-ages show at 6pm on Saturday, November 8, at Velouria Records, 109 E. Main St., Visalia, is an artist in every sense of the word – from his comic books that depict his life experiences to his personal songs; both of which will be available at this in-store performance.
L.A-based creative force Emily Lacy will play the middle slot. She’s a folk and electronic sound artist generating works in music, film and other media. She has performed in exhibitions at PS1 MOMA, the Whitney Museum of American Art and LACMA, in addition to various DIY spaces all throughout America.
Kicking off the music at 6pm will be Visalia’s own singer-songwriter Andrew Kenefick.
That evening, Cheers Elephant will perform at The Cellar Door, 101 W. Main St., at 8pm. Tickets are $5 and available at Ticketweb.com. Cheers Elephant is a tight, rootsy, psychedelic pop-rock quartet from the Los Angeles area that digs deep into three-part harmonies and pop song arrangements.
foot of feathers, which opens the show, is Visalia’s own California pop-nostalgia-vibe delivering big vocal harmony.
Simply put, Chicago’s Twin Peaks, which headlines The Cellar Door on Friday, November 14, is a young group of dudes that love to rock. In two short years, the band has released two critically acclaimed albums and built a loyal fanbase across the U.S.
The opening band, L.A.’s Meatbodies, are led by Chad Ubovich, who also rocks in FUZZ, a band he has with Ty Segall. Over the past few months, Ubovich has been putting all of his efforts in Meatbodies. Their new self-titled album was just featured on NPR’s “First Listen,” and is currently being spun on satellite and college radio nationwide.
Tickets for this all-ages 7pm show are $7 in advance or $10 at the door. For more info, visit snvfoundation.org.