Thu, Oct 12 8:30PM
The Music Room



Artist Bios


David Bowick is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and music producer living in Los Angeles, CA. His songs have been played on every major TV network as well as in stadiums internationally and even gets a bunch of play on the radio in Latvia. He's made 3 albums under the pseudonym Alder and 3 albums as the lead singer for the rock band Ocelot Robot. 
David's newest album Holding the Sun is the first under his own name, letting loose his southern roots. David produced and mixed the album itself in Los Angeles, which has many very talented musicians playing with him.  Holding the Sun has notes of Ryan Adams and Dawes with a solid Americana feel. David will be joined with high-school best friend Trey Broussard along with his band for this east-coast record release. You can pre-order the vinyl at or pick it up at the show.


An Atlanta native, Trey Broussard has been writing, recording, and performing in and around the area for most of his life. He has established himself within the Atlanta music community as a consummate songwriter, who not only crafts heartfelt music but also strives to communicate the human experience through his lyrics. Broussard spends his days in the classroom as a high school English teacher, but makes time to share his passion for music. Blending soulful vocals, an alt-country style, and rock & roll, Broussard continues to push the boundaries of his art by fearlessly exploring the depths of his own experiences. Over the last 6 years he has released 3 albums: Feel the World, The Fall into Place, and A Great Radiance, with each revealing more about his life and his ability than the last. Most recently, Broussard has expanded his lineup to include Chad Paetznick on drums, Deron Hoffmeyer on guitar, and Jeff Little on bass. Each brings musical knowledge, experience, and skill to the stage; the result is a unique, catharsis for both performer and audience that will surely tug at a few heart strings.


"Michael Hudgins and Lindsay Rakers play songs they've written. Some they wrote together, some were written long ago. You could say they're Indiefolk. One is bold and the other one will sneak up on you. For the most part, they're nice people. They are How and Why."