Chad Summervill Album Release Party Live at the Linen Building
An album release party celebrating Irish/Americana singer-songwriter Chad Summervill's new album Winter of Your Life will be held Live at the Linen at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 17, at the Linen Building, 1402 W. Grove St. in Downtown Boise's Linen District. $7 advance or at the door; advance tickets are available at The Record Exchange (1105 W. Idaho St., Boise) or online at brownpapertickets.com; $20 per family at the door. All ages, full bar (I.D. required), Pie Hole pizza. Plenty of free, off-street parking is available at the Linen Building.
Chad Summervill (chadsummervill.com) has made Boise his home for the past nine years after migrating from Seattle and Denver. He has performed on stage for 20 years, including long runs in Boston, Fort Myers, Fla., San Antonio, Denver, Seattle and Ashland, Ore.
Winter of Your Life features songs written between 1995 and 2010, along with a pair of traditional Irish tunes and a Leonard Cohen cover. Each song tells a story, whether it be the loss of a loved one, a home far away or the crazy world of technology as explored on "The Twitter Blues." Hear samples at chadsummervill.com.
a.k.a Belle and Dan Costello will open the concert.
a.k.a. Belle (myspace.com/belleoflesboismusic) spawned from an interesting family tree that reveals quite broad musical tastes. Sam and Catherine Merrick's roots in both alt.country/rock and punk make for an energetic fusion with Todd Chavez's and Jason Flores' strict-yet-expressive time keeping. a.k.a. Belle's songs are introspective and honest, hauntingly alluring, filled with epic guitar playing and vocals loaded with yearning (they are also quite often tinged with self-deprecating humor a serious band that doesn't take itself too seriously).
Dan Costello (hearcostello.com) has been a prominent player on Boise's music scene for over 15 years. In addition to performing solo and in the popular cover band Spindlebomb, he has been an adjunct guitar professor at Boise State, guitar instructor at Old Boise Guitar Company and host of the BSU radio show Music From Stanley. Costello's critically-acclaimed album Strangest Places was released in early 2010.
For interviews, images or more information, contact Chad Dryden with Bandwagon PR, 208.284.0355 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the Linen Building and Live at the Linen concert series, contact David Hale at 208.385.0111 or email@example.com. Visit thelinenbuilding.com and interact with the Linen Building on Twitter, Facebook and MySpace.
ABOUT THE LINEN BUILDING: Built in 1910 and originally known as the American Laundry Building, the Linen Building Event Center has been transformed into an architecturally unique special events center and art gallery. The two-story facility houses three distinct music venues: a 350-capacity concert hall in a retrofitted warehouse space; an intimate, 150-capacity upstairs performance space; and a 1,500-capacity open-air performance space in the epicenter of Downtown Boise's Linen District.
1402 W. Grove St
Boise, ID 83702
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