Hunter Skye / Still Rivers

April 22, 2023 @ 8:00PM — 10:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) Add to Calendar

The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts Center: 605 Main Street Middletown, CT 06037 Get Directions

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Hunter Skye is an electrifying singer/ songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has been known to perform live with all of them as needed.

Hunter released 3 albums in 2021; an islandbeat/glitch-pop project, a celtic bluegrass LP, and a roots-blues/deathcore zombie apocalypse concept album based out of 1945. Hunter is based out of New York but travels to CT, PA, and NJ for shows, but willing to go further.

Hunter is currently booking an east coast tour from Maine to Florida. He usually performs alternative/folk, with a switching cast of musicians from piano, percussion, to fiddle, with him pulling duty on acoustic guitar, piano, ukulele, mandolin, irish bouzouki, and other fun instruments.

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Still Rivers is Mike and Chandra Rivers, CT residents that have been making music since their very first date; singing songs from the movie Once Together. It wasn’t too long after that date that they knew they’d be married. And although it was a while before they began releasing music and playing out publicly, the music never stopped at home.

The duo loves harmonies and acoustic music. The music resides somewhere in the Americana, folk, rock, area of music although classifying it is one of Mike’s least favorite things to do. And although they’ve been married for 13 years and have made music together the whole time, they finally released our debut EP “Home” in 2018. They are currently working on a new full length record “Demo Real” to be released this year. They've had a blast performing all over New England over the last several years and after a bit of a parental hiatus from music they are excited to get back out there again.

In addition to Still Rivers, Mike can also be seen guitar slinging and singing harmony in The Bargain. Chandra can also be seen singing beautifully in the CT women’s chorus Another Octave. To quote Mike’s favorite string maker (and favorite bumper sticker) “Music really does make the world a better place” -John Pearse

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