Sun, July 15, 2012
Doors: 8:30 PM / Show: 9:00 PM
This show is 21+, proper I.D. is required for admission
“Exactly what you should expect: One of the finest albums you will hear in 2012. That’s a fact...”
- Train Wreck’d Society
“Bradley Wik and the Charlatans' “Burn What You Can And Bury The Rest...” proves that rock and roll is not dead but it is in fact alive and well...”
“But most of all, Bradley Wik is an original...”
- No Deal Music
“Burn What You Can, Bury The Rest… has the feeling of a seasoned group putting out an album so strong that it must have had years of road testing behind it...” - Marquee Magazine
“Bradley Wik (like Ryan Adams and once upon a time Paul Westerberg) finds comfort and familiarity with the working-class Americana and rock typified by Bob Seger, Springsteen, Tom Petty and John (Cougar) Mellencamp...” - Campus Circle
“Burn What You Can, Bury the Rest… is filled with this heartland rock and roll, rich with tales of hard-working, well-intentioned characters...”
“Bradley Wik and the Charlatans have taken worn hands and crafted an album of jaded and nostalgic beauty” - nocturnalcult.com
A little bit quirky, a lot of smiles and a hint of sorrow, Brianne Kathleen is part of the new generation of Folk singers. Originally from Oregon, Brianne made her trek across the states to Asheville, North Carolina where she began performing with the “Electric Ghost Collective”. Finding her wings (so to speak) she returned to her home state of Oregon where she settled into her style of heartfelt, reflective and honest music about life, love, loss and hope.
Her debut album “Blue Heron Grey” is an inspiring album full of life, heartbreak, sorrow and joy. Featured on Portland’s Kink FM 101.9, and Asheville’s DOCICA Magazine, Brianne Kathleen’s music stretches across the states. She wears her heart on her sleeve, and her music is a reflection of life as she knows it. Serenading audiences with stories through her songs and anecdotes. Brianne has been labeled, “Charming” and “Endearing” and draws you in with her catchy melodies.
"Blue Heron Grey is a beautiful folk-inspired album of a lady with a beautiful and classical voice."
Jan Eiesland, No Deal Music (Feb 03, 2012)