Saints of Valory with Imaginary People

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Saints of Valory with Imaginary People

The term “melting pot” simply begins to describe this group of long-time musicians. Every member of Saints Of Valory hails from a different country. Lead singer and band frontman Gavin Jasper is from Brazil, guitarist Godfrey Thomson is from California, drummer Gerard Bouvier is from France and keyboardist Stephen Buckle is originally from Canada. With 3/4th’s of Saints Of Valory growing up overseas as children of missionary parents, their experiences & musical influences are vast to say the least. Saints Of Valory was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in late 2009 & the band decided to launch out of Austin, TX after experiencing SXSW 2010 & have since become one of Austin’s top acts, all in one year’s time.

Their debut EP, “The Bright Lights,” was tracked over 8 days in September 2010 with producer Dwight A. Baker & released independently in December. The track “Providence” was well received at Triple A radio & has climbed as high as 49th on the nationwide Mediabase chart. Throughout 2011 the band has toured in support of the record and are causing quite a stir. Their live show transmits something special & out of the ordinary which sets Saints Of Valory apart.

After some fine tuning Imaginary People is releasing their self titled debut EP. The band formed as a collective of individuals coming from differing backgrounds and assembled in late 2012 by core members Dylan Von Wagner[vocals], Mark Roth[guitar], Justin Repasky[keys], Joe Zdaa[drums], and supplemented in the studio and live by Grant Zubritsky [bass]. In this EP, Imaginary People seek to carve out a niche for themselves with a style designated as Dance Americana.

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Saints of Valory with Imaginary People
Event Category: Live Music
When: November 14, 2013
Time: 9:30pm
Where: Mercury Lounge
More Info: http://www.mercuryloungenyc.com/
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