Doug Mains & the City Folk Album Release Concert



On Saturday, February 18th, Doug Mains and the City Folk will release their first full-length CD, The Mountain's King, at (SCENE) Metrospace. Concert includes The Saw Had Eyes that Sea, Nathan Alan, and Kyle Nelson Pentecost.

Doors at 7:00. Show begins at 8:00.

All ages.

$5
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Doug Mains and the City Folk features Doug Mains, Kelly Pond, Eli Bender and Mike Kates. Bearing an appealing twist on modern folk music and a passion in their hearts, the group is able to easily catch the ears of many with their gripping two- to four-part harmonies and breath-taking use of stringed instruments that truly give breath and life to every individual song. Learn more at http://www.reverbnation.com/dougmains.

The Saw Had Eyes That Sea is the solo project of Paul Zink. Zink attempts to blend pop, folk, pretty psychedelia, noise and drone in order to create little worlds that you can crawl into and feel at home. Learn more at http://www.myspace.com/thesawhadeyesthatsea.

Nathan Alan is a local musician from Thompsonville, Mich. He writes songs and plays guitars. Learn more at http://www.reverbnation.com/nathanalan.

Kyle Pentecost started performing multiple times per week at every open mic in Lansing. Since then, he has played at (SCENE) Metrospace, the Basement 414, in addition to hosting a successful benefit for the Nyaka Aids Project at Gone Wired. Pentecost regularly performs once a month at Wanderer's Teahouse in East Lansing and hosts an open mic at Espresso Royale every other week. Learn more at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Kyle-Pentecost/159914330709511?sk=info.

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