The Lords of Liechtenstein
Davey O, Sara Elizabeth
Sunday, Apr 23, 2017 8:00 PM EDT
(7:00 PM Doors)
9th Ward at Babeville, Buffalo, NY
The Lords of Liechtenstein is a folk rock band from New York City fronted by brothers Noah and Dan Rauchwerk. Their Americana and Celtic-tinged songs are focused on storytelling and political themes. They have performed at a number of renowned venues throughout the Eastern U.S. and have opened for many of well-known performers, including Brett Dennen, Elephant Revival, Cracker, and Buckwheat Zydeco. The Lords have been featured on NPR's "Mountain Stage" and WNYC's "There Goes The Neighborhood".
Davey O. and his songs are Buffalo, NY. They are your hometown. Songs born from a work ethic instilled by a factory working father; steeped in time, then written like a conversation with your next door neighbor and as comfortable as a well-worn pair of shoes. These are the stories of American life. Songs of labor, love, laughter, sorrow, life and death, baptized in waters drawn from a deep and timeless well.
Sara Elizabeth is an indie singer/songwriter, musician, storyteller, and multi-instrumentalist based in Western New York. Sara picked up her first guitar on her ninth birthday, at which point she began 8 years of classical and jazz training before turning to songwriting full time. She has since added ukulele, piano, banjo, and mandolin to her repertoire to help support her alto vocals, and is also a 2012 graduate of the University at Buffalo’s Department of Music. Sara Elizabeth’s musical influences range from The Beatles, to Ingrid Michaelson and The Avett Brothers. According to Sara, she takes “the heart of folk music, the soul of the blues, the brain of classical, and the energy of modern indie rock and uses them to tell stories no one has ever heard before.”