Enjoy this sweet video of us playing one of our favorite songs, “Thank You Bruce Lee.”
“The way to transcend karma lies in the proper use of your mind and will. The oneness of all life is a truth that can be fully realized when all false notions of the separate self, Whose destiny can be considered apart from the whole, Are forever annihilated. ” -Bruce Lee
Presenting our third video, “Thank You Bruce Lee,” in the Let Us All Be Home Video Series. We have taken a series of videos at Caitlyn’s childhood home and created this series to pay homage to all of the hard work, dedication, and love that has brought each of the individual VOWLS together in this moment. As we take inspiration from the Dragon himself, Bruce Lee’s legacy has shown us that with simple ideas, directness, perseverance and love we can do anything. Like water we adapt, change and grow continuously in our effervescent sound. We hope you enjoy this video.
We are going to be hosting an EP/Mixtape Release Party on Nov. 2nd
Another great year off to a great start at Cypress and Grove Brewing Co. This show was curated by Russ Tyndall with the help of our expert sound engineer Tristan Harvey. Four local artists took the stage and ended 2018 with sweet music and good times.
Up first we had TJ Washburn from Orlando, Florida. TJ is a storyteller and his songs reflect that. His songs are intriguing, captivating and relatable. His new album Seasons is now available on major streaming platforms. Here is his Youtube Channel and below is his video for an original song titled “St. George and the Dragon.”
Next up VOWLS! After the Dozenaires sweet and nostalgic set Vowls took the stage to sing sweet songs to rock your soul.
After us the FUNKY MIRACLE brought the funk with a tribute to the musical styling of The Meters. The Funky Miracle had everyone at Cissy Strutting and dancing all over Cypress and Grove. They had the crowd moving during the whole duration of their set. They really FUNKed it up. Featuring: Josh Lederman(pictured below), Jake the Snake, Russ Tyndall, Chris Pierce, Teig, and Chris Robertson(pictured below).
Closing out the show and ringing in the New Year the Threetles serenaded us with the sweet songs of the Beatles. They closed the night out with a “Hey Jude” Singalong that brought everyone home.
Photos Provided by Jill Vinci and Helena Roberston
We have added a new member to our collective! Meet Sweet Irene! She is a saxophonist, a kazoo extraordinaire, ukulele master, gourd player, and she has the voice of an angel!
“Sweet Irene has been writing poetry and singing songs since she was a young girl. Being raised with strong musical influence in the household led to her dabbling a little bit with all sorts of instruments, if nothing else just to understand them. She has a jazzy-folk fusion vibe with sweet voice to tug at your heart strings. She currently plays from her list of covers while she prepares her originals for the public eye. She hopes that you enjoy her sound as much as she enjoys producing it!”