SEPTEMBER 2: MACALLA – Molly Brulé opens


**UPDATE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, Macalla will not be performing on Saturday 9/2. 


The Big Lonesome is an indie rock band from Boston, MA. Formed in 2009 after songwriter Chad Gosselin released a collection of home recordings, he recruited his brother Luke Gosselin (guitar/lap steel/vocals) and friend Joe Ziemba (bassist) to play coffee shops, living rooms, and dilapitating rock clubs around the northeast. In 2012, they were joined by drummer Andy Korajczyk. The band quickly developed their sound into a four piece tapestry of shoegazed indie rock with a sensibility for pop. 2016 saw the departure of Ziemba and the addition of Sam Okon. Their music has been described as sounding like “The Rolling Stones covering Sonic Youth” and has drawn comparisons to Guided by Voices and early Wilco.

Molly Brulé (opener)

Molly Brulé is a folk/pop/americana singer/songwriter from Boston, MA. She puts her whole self into her writing and performances and leaves a lasting impact on her listeners. Molly has been featured on Mix 104.1’s “15 seconds of fame,” and made it to the top five in the “Open for MIXFEST” competition in 2014, sharing the stage with Nick Fradiani (American Idol Winner 2015) and Ashley Jordan. A clip of her work was also featured on a 2013 Subaru commercial.


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