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Becca Biggs, Silver Heels + Toby McAllister

A night of alternative folk music.

Becca Biggs, Silver Heels + Toby McAllister
Becca Biggs, Silver Heels + Toby McAllister

TIME

Jan 12, 2024, 7:00 PM

BPM

ABOUT

Becca Biggs

Born in Memphis, TN and growing up in Maine, Becca Biggs embraces a blend of vintage country, folk, indie, alternative, and classic rock while picking an electric banjo. Becca’s songs and lyrics are honest and raw. Her distinct delivery showcases a gift for melody and creative songwriting. Her debut album, Genie, was released May 6th 2022 and is a full force ride of all the emotions.

Silver Heels

Born in salty Southern Maine in the winter of 2019, Silver Heels is a folk rock band that has been making waves in the Portland scene with the release of their self-titled debut album.

Original members of Silver Heels first came together by a stroke of luck in 2018 and began developing their dynamic, eclectic sound both on stage and around the campfire. When, in 2019, guitarist and songwriter Owen Howes approached the band with a set of original lyrics, a first album began to take shape. Silver Heels’ current iteration is Ian Leavitt (vocals/keyboard/guitar), Mike O’Neal (saxophone), David Vitali (drums), Charles Kemos (lead guitar), and Joe Greene (bass).

Their self-titled debut Silver Heels is an exploration of introspective narratives set in the backdrop of the bands’ coastal roots. Keys, bass, and drums meld to create a powerful undertow while horns, guitars, and harmonies howl in the high rigging.

Toby Mcallister

The state of Maine is known for it’s cold winters, and picture perfect summers. It’s hard not to be inspired by the beauty of the changing seasons, and that’s what you’ll find in Toby’s music. Known primarily as the founding member of Sparks The Rescue, Toby has been playing music since he was old enough hold a guitar. He spent his 20’s touring the world in a 15 passenger van with his best friends. When Sparks started to slow down, he settled back in Maine with his family. The pandemic brought on an unexpected source of inspiration, which led to the first solo EP for McAllister titled, Daydreamin. A few short months after it’s release, he was sharing the stage with acts such as Drake White, Kasey Tyndall, Billy Bob Thornton & The Boxmasters, Eddie Montgomery, and supported Rhett Miller & The Old 97’s on a tour in Spring of ’22.

21+

Doors @ 7PM

Show @ 8PM

$12 presale / $15 day of show

ticket required for event, no refunds or exchanges

Ticket presale ends at 10am day of show - additional tickets available at the door, bring cash!

TICKETS

  • General Admission

    21+ only. No refunds or exchanges.

    $12.00
    +$0.30 service fee
    Sale ended

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