James Paternostro, Tessa Sacramone, Kate Whiton, and Graham and Noah

October 2, 2018 @ 9:00 pm – October 3, 2018 @ 1:00 am
AS220 Main Stage
115 Empire St
Providence, RI 02903

James Paternostro is a dood. But not only is he a dood, he’s also a guy. A guy, who makes muzics. James is originally from Essex,CT and recently moved to Providence. Music is his one true passion in life. He’s been writing and performing his original works for 7 years. James has a vast array of musical tastes which span everything from Joni Mitchell to The Wutang Clan. His two major influences however are Pearl Jam and Dave Matthews. With an emphasis on poetic, lyric driven material James’ style is one that harkens back to a time when what people had to say wasn’t merely a construct of their record label designed to get people to throw dollars at them.

Tessa Sacramone is a freelance violinist, vocalist, songwriter, and music educator living in Providence. Trained in the classical tradition, she flirts the line between old music and new, currently songwriting in the acoustic folk tradition. She has worked with composers and artists in studio settings such as Grammy Award winner Steve Lillywhite and has performed with Glenn Frey of the Eagles in NYC’s Town Hall.

Kate Whiton is a singer-songwriter from Providence, RI. Originally hailing from folk duo-turned-indie band One Step Forward, Kate is stretching her musical legs again after a 7 year hiatus. The co-founder of OSF, Kate is taking her songwriting background and pairing it with her newfound skill on the ukelele.

Inspired by motherhood, marriage, and feminism, Kate returns bringing a fresh take on Americana indie music. She’s really excited that she’s found her musical voice again as she embarks on this new creative experiment.

Graham and Noah team up after various bands and jamming arrangements to present you with touching, bare bones songs.