Pics and Video From Our Recent Bowerbirds Show At The High Noon Saloon

Bowerbirds

As just about anyone who populated the High Noon Saloon last Sunday night can attest, the sweetly soulful, mellow sounds of Bowerbirds in a live setting are nothing short of spectacular.  The North Carolina-based indie folk headliners were not, however, the only band who successfully mesmerized the eager ears of the audience.  Performances by opening acts Peter Wolf Crier and Sharon Van Etten no doubt earned the respective artists a great many new fans as well.

We’d like to share a few still photos (by Shelley Peckham) and live video (from Justin Kibbel) to remember the night by, as well as a link to listen to the full album stream of Peter Wolf Crier’s latest release, Inter-Be. Enjoy!

Were you at the show? Post your thoughts in the comment section below.

Peter Wolf Crier

(Stream and download the band’s new album, Inter-Be.)

Peter Wolf Crier

Peter Wolf Crier

Sharon Van Etten

Sharon Van Etten

Sharon Van Etten

Sharon Van Etten

Sharon Van Etten

Bowerbirds

Bowerbirds

Bowerbirds

Bowerbirds

Bowerbirds

Bowerbirds

Bowerbirds

Bowerbirds

Bowerbirds

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4 Responses

  1. This was such a great night. Thanks for putting these up. I was so impressed with Peter Wolf Crier…it’s been a long since a new band left me so blown away.

  2. I really liked them too. And Sharon Van Etten was an absolute joy to hear/see live.

  3. yep…i agree. second time seeing sharon. i’d like her to rock out a bit more, but with that operatic quality to her voice, it’s just mesmerizing.

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