Join us for a very special evening in the courtyard with Dana Falconberry & Medicine Bow on Sunday, May 28th from 8:30-9:30!
Free and open to the public, join us as we welcome Dana in this intimate setting for a one hour set. We can't wait to see you!
Drawing from her early experiences with classical music through her work as a ballet dancer, Falconberry couples traditional notions with influences from Austin’s diverse independent music community to create intricate, modern folk songs with an experimental edge. Backed by Christopher Cox (bass), Gina Dvorak (banjo, guitar), Karla Manzur (keys), Matthew Shepherd (percussion), and Lindsey Verrill (cello), Falconberry continues to work with the same cast of musicians she assembled prior to Leelanau. After four years of collaboration, the band has developed a close friendship that transfers to all aspects of their sound. The band’s increasingly integral role in the project prompted Falconberry to adopt the moniker “Dana Falconberry & Medicine Bow” for the first time.
Falconberry’s transfixing live performances have the ability to turn a chattering bar into a pin-drop silent room, but she also enjoys finding inherently quiet spaces to perform her elegant chamber pop. After playing shows at both White Sands National Monument and Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Falconberry is making steps to orchestrate an entire tour of U.S. National Parks to support From the Forest Came the Fire in the Summer of 2016.