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The Twin Peak Halloween! Allyson & Ava Callery with John Faraone

We're taking this show on the road! Join us for a spook-tactular night of haunting harmonies and 90s nostalgia from some of New England's finest folk acts. In the immortal words of Agent Dale Cooper, "I have no idea where this will lead us, but I have a definite feeling it will be a place both wonderful and strange." Costumes highly recommended.

Ava Callery- dreamy/haunted bedroom melodies on electric guitar.

Allysen Callery - Original Folk influenced by the British Isles folk revival played on a finger-picked guitar, billed in Europe as “Ghost Folk,” Allysen has been invited to play the SXSW Festival twice, and tours regularly in Europe. Her music has been on labels Woodland Recordings (DE), the vinyl only labels Jellyfant Records & Cosirecords Schallplatten (DE), Reverbworship (UK) & 75 or Less Records & Mystra Records (USA). Winner of The Providence Phoenix Best Music Poll -Best Acoustic/Singer-Songwriter Act. “Her lilting voice and heartfelt lyrics are eerily close to the work of the late British songstress Sandy Denny, the highest compliment I could hand down to this brilliant artist.”- Paste Magazine

Noble Dust - A motley collection of reformed band geeks, Noble Dust fills festivals and tiny living rooms alike with their dynamic, lyrically-driven progressive folk pop. Their thoughtfully-crafted backdrops, ethereal vocal harmonies, and intricate horn melodies culminate to create a sound that is at the same time otherworldly and familiar. The group released their eponymous debut EP in December of 2015 and has since shared the stage with Dietrich Strause & Zachariah Hickman, Adam Ezra Group, Session Americana, The Appleseed Collective, and Ian Fitzgerald. Noble Dust received a grant from Club Passim's Iguana Music Fund to complete their first full length album, And The Tide Rises released in April 2018.

John Faraone - John Faraone is a singer, songwriter, and multi instrumentalist from Pawtucket, Rhode Island. He is currently at work on his first full-length album slated for release in spring of 2018. Providence Monthly writes that John has “a reputation for his musicianship and powerful, personal lyrics,” and that his music is “transformative.”

The What Cheer DJs will be spinning tracks from all the Twin Peaks seasons in between sets, & MCing the evening!

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