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Show Bar Presents

Vonnie Kyle

  October 13, 2022 9:00 PM

Doors Open: 8:00 PM
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GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ ADV: $12.00

TICKET SALE DATES
GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ ADV Public Onsale: September 8, 2022 10:00 AM to October 13, 2022 12:00 AM
w/ The Gwythaints & Ghost Feet



Vonnie Kyle


Vonnie Kyle is a singer-songwriter based in Portland, Oregon. Her music has been described as “A masterful blend of indie rock and folk-tinged storytelling.” Kyle’s songs are upbeat and poignant, exuding a 90s pop-rock sensibility. In the studio and on stage, Kyle is an energetic and fearless performer. In 2022, having already released four different EPs since 2013, Kyle released Imperfect Parts, her first full-length album. Its traditional rock band lineup is complemented by lush strings, punchy horns, and intricate vocal harmonies. Thematically, Imperfect Parts explores existential loneliness, longing, and loss, but it’s ultimately a story of self-acceptance. 

The Gwythaints

When you’re a sheltered prairie kid, nothing is cooler than your best friend’s biker dad’s pagan girlfriend reading aloud to you from epic fantasy books based on Welsh mythology over extended camping trips under the stars on the rocky shores of Puget Sound. That’s where Adam Sweeney first heard about the Gwythaints—fearsome birds that served as the all-seeing eyes of the dark lord in Lloyd Alexander’s Chronicles of Prydain. When he found his band emerging from the ashes of the pandemic with a new record and a cinematic alt rock sound, the name just fit.

Leading into 2020 Sweeney’s old band The Breaking had been at the height of its powers. They were sharing stages with bands like Rubblebucket, The Sherlocks, Avi Buffalo, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Floater, Lemolo and The Stone Foxes. They had just made a record with a production team of Grammy award winners and nominees—including producer Patrick Tetrault (Laura Gibson, The Features) mix engineer Craig Alvin (Kacey Musgraves, Kathleen Edwards) and mastering engineer Pete Lyman (Weezer, Brandi Carlile)—that launched them into new sonic territory. But then Covid-19 happened, tours were canceled and their record never saw the light of day.

That band has evolved. They are now Gwythaints! Wall-of-guitar alt-rock power meets cinematic pop production lyrically charged with poetic angst.

Ghost Feet

After releasing their debut record, Together Alone (Dropping Gems, 2015), Ghost Feet decided to shelve the project to focus on their respective solo projects.  

The duo later reconvened at a Portland studio during the pandemic to build on a sound The FADER once called “...the audio equivalent of dappled sunlight, winking and blinking through the shade”. During those initial studio sessions of live instrumentation, Ghost Feet added lead vocalist Jess Branch, who records and produces as Erina. The trio leapt into the creative unknown by embracing the experimental sonic textures of 4AD Records over programmed electronics. They have since added bass player Ryan Scott and drummer Benjamin Tyler to their lineup.  

Ghost Feet is Nuri Erdal, Rachel Dubuc, Jess Branch, Ryan Scott, and Benjamin Tyler, and is based in Portland, Oregon by way of Olympia, Washington. They have released a series of EPs and the full-length Together Alone on Dropping Gems. Their music has been featured in VICE, Impose Magazine, The FADER, Earmilk, XLR8R, and other music publications.


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