MORI delivers punchy, hook-laden alternative rock/pop you can (and should) scream along to in the car. Lead singer, songwriter & guitarist Mori Einsidler, hailing from Brooklyn, NY, is heading out on a solo acoustic tour and will make a stop in Lowell, MA to play a night at the Hearing Room with local favorites Chuckin' the Reeds.
TALAY has been playing iconic New York City venues since she was 16, winning over fans with her clever lyrics and infectious on-stage persona. Often drawing comparisons to 90's favorites like Weezer, No Doubt, and Alanis Morisette, Talay's punchy power-pop tunes tell painfully relatable stories of friends, family, lovers, and losers. Her new self-titled EP, co-produced by Greg Mayo (Bernhoft, Delta Rae) and Zach Jones (Sting, A Great Big World) and mixed by Ducky Carlisle (Demi Lovato, Rooney), was released on June 2nd.
Chuckin’ the Reeds is a four-piece mostly-acoustic group comprised of hometown friends who grew up around the local music scene. The members include Chuck Kuenzler on vocals, harmonica, and guitar; Kevin Conway on guitar, mandolin, and vocals; Jared Duff on guitar and vocals; and John Hadley on percussion and cajon. The musical background of each member varies which gives them an advantage to create new and refreshing variations of Americana and acoustic rock blended with vocal harmonies.
Fans who’ve attended a Chuckin’ the Reeds show have commented on the harmonies and general chemistry between the members on stage. Show attendees have been shocked to find out the band has only been writing and playing together since June 2016. Up to this point, the band has only performed original music. They sing about what they know – life, love, whiskey, going up north. One thing is for sure, you don’t want to miss out on catching a Chuckin’ the Reeds show.