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Joel David Weir is an Indiana based singer/songwriter haunted by the power of song to connect, console, and advocate for the voiceless. Musically his songs range from intimate acoustic/lo-fi to alt-country.
Liesl Downey's songs are a spin on Americana with influences ranging from Lucinda Williams and Jason Isbell to Modest Mouse. Her music moves from observations of everyday struggles couched in upbeat folk melodies to quieter anthems on the passage of time and friendships. In Chicago she's played at the Hideout, Transistor, Uncommon Ground and the Elbo Room.
Armed with an acoustic guitar and an open journal, Brandon Pfeiffer builds accessible pop ballads oscillating between the earnest and the tongue-in-cheek. With lyrics in the middle of daily life, his chords resonate a continual coming-of-age and an open invitation to all who listen.