M French / D.M. Botkin of Runaway Symphony (Folk) $6
Thursday, May 25 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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8pm – D.M. Botkin of Runaway Symphony
9pm – M French
Nashville influenced singer-songwriter Matthew French’s music and lyrics catch at the strings of hope hidden within heartache. Guitar in hand, coffee cup nearby; the melody transports and the words tell a story. Our story. A human story. Matthew’s audiences feel themselves reflected in the warmth of his voice. Not strangers, just unmet friends.
Runaway Symphony’s songs have been described as haunting, moving, dynamic, and melodic. Song after song, the group manages to strike a personal connection with listeners through songwriting that exudes an intimate and heart-wrenching honesty.
Their self-produced 2013 debut album, Running South, garnering an immediately devoted Northwest fan-base. In 2016, the band went on to independently produce and distribute their sophomore album, American Blood, which propelled and solidified their place with fans at both a personal place and at a national level.
Runaway Symphony has shared the stage with Colbie Caillat, Eric Hutchinson, Sally Ford, Joe Pug, and is featured in Warner Bros’ 2017 feature-film starring Owen Wilson, Ed Helms, and Glenn Close.
Lead singer and songwriter Daniel M. Botkin recently relocated to the Twin Cities, and is building a local following performing stripped-down, exposed versions of his poetic songs in intimate venues.