Girlyman
Lucy Wainwright Roche opensSaturday, November 7, 2009, 8:00 pm harmony-driven gender pop $20.50 advance / $21.50 at door
November 07 8:00 pm

Nate Borofsky, Doris Muramatsu, and Ty Greenstein have been creating their own melodious language of three-part harmony driven folk-pop since 2003. Add to the gorgeous Girlyman vocals a quirky sense of humor and a great blend of contemporary folk, americana, and buoyant gender-bending pop—not to mention an infectious ability to have a good time—and you've got a show that's truly hard to resist. Not surprisingly, the Atlanta-based group has inspired an ever-expanding grassroots following over the past few years. They've also been turning heads at major folk festivals around the U.S. and on tour opening for the Indigo Girls and Dar Williams.

Live and on albums like their 2004 Independent Music Award-winning debut, Remember Who I Am, and the recent Everything's Easy, the members of Girlyman switch off songwriting duties, lead vocals, and a range of instruments, including acoustic guitar, djembe, banjo, baritone guitar, and mandolin.

Lucy Wainwright Roche, the singing-songwriting daughter of Loudon Wainwright and Suzzy Roche, and sister of Rufus Wainwright, opens tonight's show with her crystalline vocals and refreshingly straightforward songs.

Listen to a track from Girlyman:

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