Live From Your Living Room: Meet the Artists Playing Our Concert Window Showcase on 11/4!

Posted by Amy D'Aureli on Oct 30, 2014 11:30 AM


Sonicbids has teamed up with Concert Window – an amazing online venue where artists can live-stream their shows (and collect some extra revenue while they're at it!) – for the first-ever installment of our Live From Your Living Room series. The online showcase, set for November 4, will feature four of our most talented acoustic performers. Let's meet the Sonicbids artists selected to perform a warm and cozy acoustic set live from the comfort of their living rooms!


Artist: Lonesome Doves
Hometown: Dallas, TX
Sound: Indie folk duo featuring sweet, original melodies over fearlessly honest guitar and ukulele
Fun fact: The band was formed by a pair of star-crossed Texans with a mutual love of melody, harmony, and lyrics. They’re preparing their next homemade batch of 12 original songs for their sophomore album, The Present, scheduled for self-release on December 16.
Tune in: Watch their performance here at 8:00 p.m. EST on November 4.



Artist: Nemes
Hometown: Boston, MA
Sound: Somewhat of a strange threesome between Mumford & Sons, Foo Fighters, and the Black Keys
Fun fact: In 2010, AP magazine named them one of the top five unsigned bands in the country!
Tune in: Watch their performance here at 8:30 p.m. EST on November 4.



Artist: Watching For Foxes
Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI
Sound: A folk band with a transcendent sound, driven by diverse acoustic guitar, stirring lyrics and vocals, haunting harmonies, and a heartbeat established by foot-stomping percussion
Fun fact: They're often compared to industry icons Fleet Foxes, Trampled by Turtles, and Noah Gundersen.
Tune in: Watch their performance here at 9:00 p.m. EST on November 4.



Artist: Stone & Snow
Hometown: Bloomington, IL
Sound: An eclectic mix of upbeat anthems and somber folk ballads
Fun fact: Singer-songwriters Karen Bridges and Clint Thomson draw from their connection to the snow-capped landscape of the west to create profoundly lyrical folk songs.
Tune in: Watch their performance here at 9:30 p.m. EST on November 4.

Topics: Features, concert window


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