SOLD OUT: Kyle Morton (from Typhoon) at The Old Church – Tickets – The Old Church – Portland, OR – January 6th, 2017

SOLD OUT: Kyle Morton (from Typhoon) at The Old Church

Mississippi Studios Presents the Typhoon frontman w/ adventurous solo LP, 'What Will Destroy You'

Sold Out: SOLD OUT: Kyle Morton (from Typhoon) at The Old Church

Anthony D'Amato, Matt Dorrien

Fri, January 6, 2017

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$15 ADV & DOS

This event is all ages

Fully Seated 

Kyle Morton (from Typhoon)
Kyle Morton (from Typhoon)
Kyle Morton from Typhoon is a family man; he enjoys long strolls, home-cooked meals and other such pastoral pleasures. He's looking for a kindred spirit to attend his upcoming performance in support of the new solo record, What Will Destroy You.

Serious inquiries only.
Anthony D'Amato
Anthony D'Amato
Recorded with members of Bon Iver, Megafaun, and Josh Ritter's band, Anthony D'Amato's New West Records debut, 'The Shipwreck From The Shore,' has already earned praise from NPR and The NY Times to SPIN and Billboard for its brand of heavy-hearted folk shot through with electric streaks of rock and roll. Veering away from the homemade DIY production style that marked his early work, D'Amato relocated to producer Sam Kassirer's Great North Sound Society, an 18th-century farmhouse-turned-studio in rural Maine, to cut the album raw and fast in just eleven days.

D'Amato first came to national attention with 2010's 'Down Wires,' which he recorded with a single microphone in his college bedroom and NPR dubbed "a modern folk gem." He followed it up with another home recording, 'Paper Back Bones,' which BBC Scotland named one of the Best Americana Albums of 2012. Dates in the US and Europe with Josh Ritter, Rhett Miller, Pete Yorn, Ben Kweller, Alejandro Escovedo, Mary Gauthier, Joe Pug, Gretchen Peters, Shawn Colvin, and more ensued, in addition to performances at the iconic Newport Folk Festival and Glasgow's Celtic Connections.
Matt Dorrien
Matt Dorrien
Matt Dorrien is a songwriter currently living in Portland, Oregon. Having self-released two albums under the moniker Snowblind Traveler, he now looks forward to the premiere of his most personal album to date, to be released under his own name early next year on the Portland-based label Mama Bird Recording Co. His music has been described as timeless and heartbreaking, and his songs reminiscent of the work of artists like Harry Nilsson, Randy Newman and Carole King: a tribute to the golden age of songwriting.