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HORSE FEATHERS + Scary Little Friends
Appearing Live at Moes Alley
Thursday, April 25th
Portland Oregon's Folk Rock Revisionists Debut Moe's Alley Supporting Their New Album "Appreciation"
8:30 PM, Doors Open 8:00 PM, $15 advance, $20 day of show,

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Moe's Alley welcomes Horse Feathers out of Portland Oregon for their Moe's Alley debut performance in support of their new release "Appreciation"  Special guests Scary Little Friends support.

HORSE FEATHERS- VIDEO- "Without Applause" Live

Horse Feathers feels like a secret you don’t really want to share. Over twelve years and five albums, a passionate fan base has experienced this band as a precious commodity that they want to keep close to their hearts. On Appreciation, out May 4 on Kill Rock Stars, the signifiers of the band are there: Justin Ringle’s warm tenor and taut lyrics that speak of work, love, and other struggles. But on this album less of the song dynamics are achieved with strings and more with an exciting new rhythm section steeped in Northern Soul, creating a sound that leaps into the spotlight. Diehard fans are going to have to make room in the club house for a lot more people – with this album, the Horse Feathers secret is officially out. 

Scary Little Friends is the rock brainchild trio of Chris Jones (vox, guitar), Charlie Knote (drums) and Jon Payne (bass). Three years of performing around the Bay Area has refined their blend of lilting power vocals, surfs-up guitar, and classic rock rhythms to create the new “San Francisco Sound”. The bread and butter of this band will always be great songwriting delivered with honest, unapologetic pop sensibilities that is both disarming and refreshing. Equally at home in the rock/jam/dance/pop worlds, SLF has garnered attention for being able to transcend genres and stand on their own in almost any circumstance. Think Neil Young, the Cars, and Jeff Buckley all in one: A little bit of swagger from the 70’s, some sway of the 80’s and lots of sweat off the 90’s.

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