North Valley Productions is pleased to welcome Shook Twins & Tall Heights, Sunday, November 15th, 2015 at 7:30 PM. This performance will take place at The Rendezvous located at 3269 Esplanade Suite 142, Chico, CA. This seating is General Admission and is an all ages show.
Shook Twins & Tall Heights, Sunday, November 15th, 2015
Tickets will be available at the door starting at 6:30pm.
Online Tickets Sales for this show end 11/15 at 3:30pm
$18 Advance tickets (plus $2.50 service charge)
$22 at the Door
Show is at 7:30pm
(doors open at 6:30pm)
Advanced Tickets in Chico (ticket sales end 11/15 at 3:30pm):
Chico Paper Company
Diamond W Western Wear
The Music Connection
“Awhile” (Official Music Video) – Shook Twins
“I love the harmonies of the Shook Twins, the dreamlike songs that seem
somehow permeated by the American Folk tradition, without actually being
part of it. They make music that twines through your soul the way vines cover
an abandoned shack in the woods.”
– Neil Gaiman, New York Times – Best-Selling Author
Born and raised in Sandpoint Idaho, Shook Twins are an Indie folk-pop band
now hailing from coniferous forested Portland, Oregon. Identical twins,
Katelyn and Laurie Shook, Kyle Volkman and Niko Daoussis form the core
quartet. Central elements of the Shook Twins’ sound are a wide range of
instrumentation, including banjo, guitar, electric and upright bass, mandolin,
electric guitar, electronic drums, face drum (beatbox), glockenspiel, ukulele,
banjo drumming and their signature golden EGG.
Man of Stone (Official Music Video) – Tall Heights
“Intimate and arresting” – NPR
It’s been half a decade since Tall Heights kicked off their career in Boston’s Faneuil Hall, busking for more than 100 days to help fund their very first EP. Paul Wright would play cello, Tim Harrington would strum the acoustic guitar, and both bandmates would sing, their voices cutting through the
noise of shoppers and tourists.
Since those days, the duo’s harmony-heavy indie folk has taken Tall Heights from the marketplaces of Massachusetts to stages across the country. They’ve toured America, released critically-acclaimed album, Man of Stone, and earned a spot on the same folk family tree as Simon & Garfunkel and Bon Iver. On 2015’s Holding On, Holding Out, though, the duo widen their reach
significantly, beefing up their sound with electronics, synthesizers, drums loops, Casio keyboards, and plenty of shimmer and shine. It’s a record of exploration and expansion, with Tall Heights building something towering on top of their folksy foundation.