Stevie and the Lion

Stevie and the Lion

Michael Wagner, Mary Battiata and Little Pink

Sat · June 24, 2017

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$10 ticket includes a free digital download of the new EP

Tickets available at door.

This event is 21 and over

Stevie and the Lion
Stevie and the Lion
Stevie and the Lion deliver a salty, sweet mix of pop and folk, built on a rock-solid friendship. Like Fleetwood Mac and The Civil Wars, Stevie and the Lion weave intricate harmonies through their songs, but it's their infectious melodies and irreverent take on folk-pop that has helped them stake out a sound of their own.

The Perpetual Emotion EP, coming June 24th, is backed by a full band, with long-time collaborator, Carolyn Murphy featured on accordion and clarinet. The EP, produced by Omer Leibovitz (The Courtesy Tier) at Birdwire Studios, is honest and provocative, featuring a pair of personalities that are both inappropriate and completely endearing.

This band and their music will be your new favorite friends!

Stevie and the Lion celebrate the release of their debut EP, "Perpetual Emotion Machine," with a full-band performance on June 24th at Union Hall. The $10 ticket price includes a free digital download of the new EP.
Michael Wagner
Michael Wagner
http://www.michaelwagnermusic.com
Mary Battiata and Little Pink
Mary Battiata and Little Pink
“Part twang, part folk, part pop”*
Singer-songwriter Mary Battiata writes catchy songs that blend her love of classic Country music and honky-tonk guitar with a helping of British folk rock and a distinctive high-lonesome sound. Mary’s newest CD, “The Heart, Regardless,” will be out in Spring 2017, with national tour dates to follow. The record features 13 original songs recorded at Baltimore’s Invisible Sound Studios with a stellar lineup of Baltimore and DC musicians. Mary’s previous recordings, “Gladly Would We Anchor,” (Nightworld/2008) and “Cul-de-sac Cowgirl” (Adult Swim/2001), and the four-song live EP “12 Birds” (Adult Swim/2001), drew enthusiastic reviews from the national music press, who compared her voice and songwriting (favorably!) to that of Rosanne Cash, Lucinda Williams, Sandy Denny and Fairport-era Richard and Linda Thompson. . (* John Conquest review, 3rd Coast Music, Austin)
Venue Information:
Union Hall - Brooklyn
702 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
http://www.unionhallny.com/