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Lo Monaco, The Talbott Brothers & Emily Curtis @ Music Farm |  |  |
July 8, 2023 @ 8:00 pm
Music Farm
32 Ann St.
$20 ADV | $25 DOS
Music Farm

The Talbott Brothers were born and raised in Imperial, Nebraska, a rural midwest town consisting of two thousand people. Siblings Nick and Ty started writing songs at a young age after discovering their dad’s old guitar and vinyl collection. Their song ‘We Got Love’ (2017) brought them national attention as they toured across the US in an old van they found on Craigslist. Their albums ‘Ghost Talker’ (2019) and ‘Letters’ (2022) garnered attention from ‘Rolling Stone’ and ‘Billboard’ calling it “cinematic” with “captivating blood harmonies.”
They resided at a studio in the woods living in an airstream and sprinter van in their mom’s birthplace of Portland, Oregon while recording their record ‘Letters’ before relocating to Nashville, Tennessee. Their acoustic EP, ‘Stripped from Studio Spacecamp’ features acoustic renditions hand selected from ‘Letters’ and a cover of Kings of Leon’s ‘Beautiful War.’ The duo is embarking on a spring tour with acoustic guitars, piano and an electric guitar in select cities.

Lo Monaco is an acoustic/alternative pop singer/songwriter with heartfelt lyrics, passionate vocals, and honest, emotive delivery. He writes his music from a very genuine and personal perspective, crafting engaging stories through complex melodies.Lo Monaco has developed a great desire to write and produce music that holds deep meaning and substance, both lyrically and melodically. He pulls from emotional experiences to curate songs that show his vulnerability and that take the listener on a journey of the heart. “My goal is to create my own definitive sound that my listeners not only know and love, but ultimately resonate with”. Lo Monaco brings the excitement of his music to life on stage through looping and playing a mixture of his acoustic guitar and FX pedals, creating ambient sounds and percussive beats on the body of his Cole Clark. His creative practice is primarily inspired by artists such as Dallas Green, Dermot Kennedy, Bon Iver, U2, & INXS. These influences shine through in both his live and studio production.

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