Golden Boy / Zan Fiskum / Camille Tredoux

13apr9:00 pm11:30 pmGolden Boy / Zan Fiskum / Camille TredouxSATURDAY NIGHT | $8 | 9PM

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Golden Boy is the Portland, OR-based, mixed-media, pop-rock project of singer-songwriter Ian Mullin, with contributions from other artists. With a repertoire featuring lyric-driven songs, harmony-soaked melodies, glossed-over humor, and elaborate arrangements, Golden Boy is a multi-faceted project, jam-packed with artistic detail, emblemized by this compound adjective-laden description.
Zan Fiskum is an americana singer-songwriter raised in the small town of Maple Valley, WA where she spent most of her time either running barefoot in the forest or volunteering with her family at a local dinner theater,  both of which inspired her to make the music she is today. Her angelic voice soars over her soulful and ethereal storytelling. Reminiscent of artists Laura Marling and Brandi Carlile, she blends the lines between adult contemporary and americana/folk as she writes about the intricacies of family dynamics, connection to the natural world, and love. She made her national debut on season 18 of NBC’s The Voice finishing as a top 9 finalist which spearheaded her two self-released records with over 3 million digital streams. Zan has gone on to tour nationally and share the stage with John Legend, Dave Mathews, Prateek Kudah, Landreth Bros, and many more.
Singer-songwriter, Camille Tredoux, spent most of her childhood traveling Europe and Africa, living predominantly in Romania and Johannesburg, South Africa. At thirteen, she settled in Colorado for ten years before moving to Portland, Oregon to take care of her father who was battling stage four cancer. After coexisting with the liminal space of death and gaining a new perspective on the nature of life and loss, Camille decided there was no time like the present to take a risk and leave college to pursue her passion for music. Since then, she hasn’t looked back. Camille blends soul and mysticism into a concoction of heartfelt and ethereal ballads that draw upon her time in varying landscapes and interactions with a wide range of people. She uses her songwriting ability to channel the human experience, touching on the themes of expansion, heartache, loneliness, and renewal.


(Saturday) 9:00 pm - 11:30 pm