Jessica Eve joins Mountain Folk, Haeli Allen, Saturday, Dec. 21, Yellowstone Valley Brewing, 6 p.m. Tickets for the all-ages show are $8, plus any fees.
Jessica Eve has all the gears behind her vocal engine. She can pull the smooth slow long notes with ease right into amazing highs that is beautifully controlled power. You’ll pick up immediately that she has the spirit, drive, and talent sitting well upon her shoulders. Her songs are a mix of Folk, Country and Blues.
She has released a self-titled EP "Jessica Eve Lechner" with six of her original songs
The Mountain Folk songs twist and contort themselves around conscious themes and common experiences of the most lived-in journey in a way best described as: a new way to say the same thing. Even the instruments Urbaniak builds do this. They play the same notes, but the instruments fantastically wear different clothes and allude to having a deeper sense of spirit. The whole matter is science pushed through the pinholes of art.
Haeli Allen began singing, playing, and writing original music at just 12 years old. And later went on to study vocal performance and creative writing in college. While at home in central Montana, Haeli spends her time raising her four young children on a cattle ranch with her husband and in-laws.