Past Meetup

Sera Cahoone @ DC9

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Hey folks. I had some work stuff come up and unfortunately will no longer be able to attend the show. If you guys would like to meet-up with each other please feel free to exchange numbers.

New album is amazing if you have not heard it yet. Fantastic voice. Here is a little write up from AMG:

In the vein of such inviting indie folk crooners as Iron & Wine (, Laura Veirs (, and the seemingly hundreds of folks attempting to be the next Elliott Smith ( without the unpleasant end, Sera Cahoone ('s self-described goal in her official press kit is to be seen as "a musical love child of Buck Owens ( and Cat Power (" Raised in the suburbs of Denver, Colorado,Cahoone ( began playing drums at the age of 11 and spent her teenage years in a succession of local bands, often in the company of Roger Green ( (later of the Czars ( and future fellow indie folk singer/songwriter Patrick Park ( Landing in the Pacific Northwest upon leaving school, Cahoone ( joined the artsy indie rock outfit Carissa's Wierd (, despite their egregiously misspelled name. The group developed a cult following over the course of several increasingly baroque and accomplished records, but split up in 2003 when leader Jenn Ghetto ( left to concentrate on her solo project S ( While occasionally playing drums with another Carissa's Wierd ( offshoot, Band of Horses (, Cahoone ( wrote and recorded her self-titled solo debut in 2005. Originally self-released but eventually distributed by Sub Pop Records, Sera Cahoone ( garnered quite a bit of critical acclaim and paved the way for 2008's follow-up record, Only as the Day Is Long (, released on Sub Pop. The album led to positive reviews and her second Sub Pop collection, Deer Creek Canyon (

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