Date: March 11th, 2022
Performances start at: 7pm
Crosstown Walkers is a genre-fusing, alternative band that’s inspired by all things mysterious and spiritual in this life, taking on the parts that are often daunting and celebrating the sense of community and creativity that comes from them. The music we create is a reflection of the life we experience - all of the doubt, grief, pain that troubles us but all of the love, luck, and faith that nurtures us. We are a six-piece band of musicians from the East Coast (Devin Canfield, Pete Sanchez, Michael DeMaio, Aggie Brown, Marie Harrison, & Calum Hayes) and we are inspired by artists like Bruce Springsteen, Dave Matthew’s Band, CHON, Pink Floyd, Mac Miller, Angels & Airwaves, and to be honest, a whole lot more. We believe that to be a Crosstown Walker is to be one with yourself, and we can’t wait to share more music and collaborations with you along the way.
Gage Rhodes is an indie folk singer-songwriter from the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Having spent many of his early years in the passenger seat of a pickup truck listening to country and western greats, he began to play guitar and write songs in his teenage years. Striving to convey all sides of stumbling into adulthood in an increasingly strange world. Gage and his band, The Rural Depression, do not mind talking about the funny, dark, strange paths we find ourselves on. Influenced by a lifetime of strangeness, trouble, and eclectic music tastes, Gage Rhodes and The Rural Depression try to make honest songs for their listeners to enjoy.
Dylan Canfield is a singer-songwriter from Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Being born and raised in North-West New Jersey was a powerful experience for him that offered many learning opportunities. It was within these experiences that led him to become interested in playing music, singing, songwriting, and entertaining. In 2017, Dylan began using the guitar as a means to create stories that discuss the many aspects of human emotions. The music is made to create an offering to join in an intimate environment. His major influences span a wide spectrum from artists like Bruce Springsteen, John Denver, Jackson Brown, Don McClean, Brian Fallon, Stephen Jenkins, The Bee Gees to The Paper Kites, Sam Fender, Mumford & Sons, Avenged Sevenfold, and many more.
Date & Time
Fri, Mar 11, 2022 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM