Always love to see these guys play The Back Room. I'm going to have to catch them at another venue to experience their new and exciting musical journey because this Saturday I will miss the concert as Noah is getting married. I struggled with the decision but thought I better be at my stepson's wedding :) But there is no reason for you to miss this stellar concert. Tickets are selling super fast so go to ticket leap and buy your ticket NOW! Read this from their website:

Natalie and John began their musical journey in the country circuit as The Natalie Turgeon Band. During this time they had several local successes and received some immediate national attention, but soon found themselves at a crossroads. As they were growing as musicians and creating their own music, they struggled to make their new material fit into the country genre. Deciding to take a leap of faith and follow their hearts, they changed their name in January of 2015, and began a new journey as City of Dayle.

Currently working on their first EP as City of Dayle, Natalie and John are learning the intricacies of producing and recording. They are dedicated to transforming each one of their songs into a work of art. Eager to include their fans on this journey, they release weekly videos that feature new music and a behind the scenes look at their creative process. 

 


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    Linda Carmichael

    Born under the shadows of the great shipyards of Clydeside in Glasgow, into a working class family (her papa was a riveter on the Queen Mary) she became an actress in her twenties, working in TV, radio, film and theater. She is well travelled and in her thirties, while juggling motherhood with her acting career she moved, as a single parent to the U.S. where she met and married her husband David, over twenty years ago. Together with David's multi talented son, Noah they created The Mill trio of businesses.

    Linda is dedicated to keeping live performance going, particularly the time honored traditions in music before the era where radio stations only play artists guaranteed to make millions of sales.

    Community is very important to Linda and she enjoys the fact that a very strong and vital community has grown from the idea that is, THE BACK ROOM. 

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