J.E. Sunde, Caroline Cotter

J.E. Sunde

Caroline Cotter

Wed · April 4, 2018

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm


J.E. Sunde
J.E. Sunde
J.E. Sunde is the solo project of Jonathan Sunde. Before striking out on his own, Jon spent years making beautifully unusual music with The Daredevil Christopher Wright. In July, 2014 he released his first solo album, Shapes That Kiss The Lips Of God, with Cartouche Records out of Davenport, IA. On March, 3rd 2017 he released is his sophomore record Now I Feel Adored. Featuring vocals by Monica Martin of Phox, the album is described as “an exercise in careful subtraction....it takes some time to notice how little is going on with the richness of what is heard.”
Caroline Cotter
Caroline Cotter
"I've got roots that go deep and grow deeper the more I leave my home," Caroline Cotter sings in the title cut of the sparkling Home on the River, the second full-length major release from the sweetly expressive Americana artist who has found a true home on the road and on diverse musical stages throughout the world.

"Home on the River" is the follow-up to Cotter's acclaimed 2015 debut, "Dreaming as I Do", which reached No. 5 on the Folk DJ chart. Since that time, Cotter has played over 200 shows per year in such prestigious venues as Boston's Club Passim and the Alberta Rose Theater in Portland, Oregon, Florida's 30A Songwriters Festival and New York's legendary Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival. Along the way, she has shared stages with musicians Loudon Wainwright III, David Wilcox and Dan Bern, and was selected for the Emerging Artist Showcase at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival in New York. "Home on The River" releases February 9th in conjunction with release tour throughout the US and Europe.

Caroline will be joined by Michael Thomas Howard. Born and raised in the wilds of Alaska, MICHAEL THOMAS HOWARD’s award winning songwriting and unique voice akin to Cat Stevens is captivating audiences across North America and quickly earning him critical acclaim: "Remember the first time you encountered Steve Goodman, John Prine, Steve Forbert, Nick Drake, or Jesse Winchester? That’s how I feel listening to Howard—as if I’ve discovered the real deal, a one-of-a-kind singer who also loves words and knows how to put them together in memorable ways. I can’t wait to hear where he goes from here ” “A Five Star Folk CD” - Jeff Burger, No Depression.

Together, hailing from the far flung corners of Maine and Alaska, the pair create undeniably affecting harmonies and combine musical influences that pull from from traditional and contemporary folk, and Americana.
Venue Information:
The Warming House
4001 Bryant Ave South
Minneapolis, MN, 55409