Quiles and Cloud House Concert July 10
Quiles and Cloud, harmony driven, modern folk come to Whispering Pines B&B House Concert Series.
See Rory and Maria earlier that afternoon, at the Nebraska City Farmer's Market.
“Quiles & Cloud create songs that are scenes of life sung in soft spoken harmonies. Somewhere between Nora Jones, Iron & Wine, and The Civil Wars. Their music takes you on a journey haunted with memories.” – Cookie Marenco, Producer/Engineer/Owner at Blue Coast Records/OTR Studios
There is something remarkable in a live performance. A connection of minds and poetry that only exists in that special place and time. For Quiles & Cloud, making records is simply a way to document brief moments like these so that they may be remembered and shared with others.
When Quiles & Cloud perform, this mentality is evident within the first passage. Each note resonating with intent from a place beyond the instruments. In a space occupied by appreciative listeners, this graceful motion in music is felt collectively, weaving a path that’s personal and welcoming at every turn.
It’s no surprise the group chose to continue this tradition of live recording with their sophomore release, Seminole Star. The album was recorded live to 2″ tape at OTR Studios in Belmont, CA with Cookie Marenco, a legend in the high resolution audio world with a masterful ear for live recording.
At first glance, Seminole Star doesn’t seem the most obvious choice for album title. The phrase itself is a play on words with several layered meanings. In its chosen spelling, the title makes reference to the Seminole tribe in North America. The reference pulls from the word’s origin which stems from a Spanish term, cimarrón meaning “runaway” or “wild one”. The word has changed with time and the people of this group now identify as yat’simonoli meaning “free people”. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seminole#Etymology) The alternate spelling, “Seminal” Star is suggestive of a light that guides and perhaps changes those compelled to follow it. Though the different spellings evoke very different imagery, when placed side by side their underlying metaphors share a strong creative link.
The album travels on a landscape of subtle musicality and diverse emotional backgrounds. Each song depicts unique experiences told through the eyes of a wayward traveler. There are times of joy, and times of despair. Warmth and sadness wrapped in beautiful tragedy. These “seminal” moments are the underlying theme of the album, and inevitably give context to the mysterious title and accompanying artwork featured as the album’s cover. (Original artwork by Mike Manomivibul, Album artwork and design by Brianne Lucke)
House Concert Details
Show starts at 7 PM, show up any time after 6:30 PM.
Simple snacks are provided or you’re welcome to bring a snack to share.
Guests are encouraged to bring their own adult beverages or if available, may enjoy samplings from sponsoring local wineries or non-alcoholic drinks.
A $15 -$20 donation per person that goes directly to the performers the night of is suggested.
Guests should RSVP in advance to reserve a seat by contacting Jeanna Stavas, Owner/Innkeeper at 402-873-5850 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- August 13 Dinner and Song with Rupert Wates
- July 16 - Dinner and Song with Melissa Greener
- June 26 - Dinner and Song with Lindsay Lou & Joshua Rilko
- June 12 - Jaspar Lepak
- 2014 House Concert Series
- May 22nd - Aaron English
- April 17 - Ian McFeron and Alisa Milner
- March 27 - The Astrohillbillies
- Feb 27 - Sarah Peacock
- Jan 30 - The Talbott Brothers
- 2013 House Concert Series