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Get tickets: Desert Noises at Boot & Saddle DESERT NOISES The name Desert Noises—like many of the band’s songs on their debut full-length 27 Ways—came out of a dream that popped into front-man Kyle Henderson’s head while sleeping. “I just woke up and wrote it down on a piece of paper,” says the 24-year-old, who used it for the band he’d first formed with his brother and a friend in the Provo/Orem, Utah, area. Joined by fellow twenty-something cohorts in bassist Tyler Osmond, guitarist Patrick Boyer and drummer Brennan Allen, the foursome set out in a van three years ago and haven’t stopped since. 27 Ways is being released on L.A-based indie label SQE Music. Recorded in the magical Sonic Ranch Studios in El Paso, Texas, on the banks of the Rio Grande with producer Nick Jodoin [Black Rebel Motorcycle Club], the album turns those experiences into songs which detail 27 Ways of breaking away and becoming a touring in a rock ‘n’ roll band. 27 Ways incorporates influences of beat-oriented soul and R&B as well as classic psychedelic rock (Led Zeppelin is a big touchstone), often in the same song. LEVEE DRIVERS Levee Drivers' music embodies the sounds of old country souls being reborn into tomorrow's rock. Their music is a modern take on the story-telling of Johnny Cash, driven by early country and blues roots with a startling vocal rendition likened to a cross of Bruce Springsteen and Ryan Adams. Levee Drivers embrace an eclectic mix of sound that engages listeners of all ages and across many genres. They were named "Best of Philly Rising" 2007 by World Cafe Live. Levee Drivers also became the winners of the 2009 Beta Hi-Fi Festival hosted by World Cafe Live, a multi-night music competition with voting by the audience and a panel of judges. In 2010, Levee Drivers won the Deli Magazine "Best Philly Emerging Artist Poll" and came in 9th in the overall contest and were up again for the 2011 "Best Philly Emerging Artist". And recently in 2013, took home the Tri-State Indie Music Award for "Best Indie/Folk Americana Band" in the Tri-State Area. CAN YOU CANOE Can You Canoe is a rock’n’roll band located in Arden, DE; a small artist’s community which lies just south of Philadelphia. Since first forming in early 2009, Can You Canoe has been writing, recording, and performing their music - cultivating a sound which separates them from the rest. They have played stages both big and small, all over the country, and after extensive touring the band independently released The Brandywine EP, followed by their Can You Canoe full-length debut. Their sophomore album, Blood + Bone, has recently been completed in the band’s Arden home. Once the release date has been established, they plan to tour the songs extensively on the East Coast; fine-tuning their highly energetic live show, and spreading their gospel. Not only do they pride themselves in the emotion that they leave on stage, but also that which they pour into their recordings. Passion, skill, and care effortlessly shine through the forthcoming productions.

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