Those Willows – Tickets – Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR – February 4th, 2019

Those Willows

Portland-via-Detroit indie pop quartet with catchy, soulful songs

Those Willows

Emily Overstreet, Margaret Wehr

Mon, February 4, 2019

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

$6 ADV / $8 DOS

This event is 21 and over

Mostly Standing / Limited Balcony Seats 


Those Willows
Those Willows
Portland based Indie Pop band Those Willows began almost 10 years ago when Jack Wells and Mel Tarter met in high school in the suburbs of Detroit, MI. Since then, they have grown to a four piece band and evolved their sound with Motown, folk and soul influences. With four releases, tours around the US, and songs appearing on MTV, VH1 and Bravo, Those Willows will hook you with their vice grip vocal harmonies and magnetic energy.
Emily Overstreet
Emily Overstreet is a singer-songwriter, multi instrumentalist, and member in the Portland punk bands Bitch'n and Size 85 High Tops.
She has been playing music in a wide variety of combinations since 2005. When playing live and solo, her music settles into her roots. The majority of her set is hushed, dark/ambient acoustic folk.

Her newest solo project comes to us under the moniker of Daughter Talk, featuring a 7-song EP of dark ambient pop songs. Emily had one rule making this album - that she played every instrument in the studio and wrote every embellishment on the spot. The result is a haunting collection of looped synthesizers and organs, and vintage drum machines mixed with dark guitars vocals.
The album comes out on April 22, 2016.
Margaret Wehr
Wehr’s solo project is a unique fusion of folk instrumentation and indie electro pop, often referred to as “folktronic”. With intricately layered vocals, rhythmic acoustic guitar, and violin played through looper/effects pedals, she creates rippling soundscapes to accentuate her lyrical storytelling and memorably ethereal vocals.

In addition to performing solo as Margaret Wehr (previously Maggie Gibson), Wehr performs and tours with Portland bands Y La Bamba (synth and vocals), Moorea Masa & the Mood (vocals), and Olivia Awbrey (violin & vocals).