Join us for a special treat - Friday Night Music!
Wisconsin natives Madeline Fendrick & Brian Peck grew up only about 2 hours from each other, but it wasn’t until they met in Manhattan, NYC years later that they would meet and fall in love. Along the way, they fell into something else-a blooming musical partnership.
Now based in Nashville, TN, Brian and Madeline perform around the states and are constantly working on original songs to complement their repertoire of folk and “old school” country covers. Their precise harmonies and unmatched chemistry onstage is slowly but surely making waves across the singer songwriter scene.
Those who have seen the pair live can attest- it’s Madeline’s powerful presence onstage that creates the perfect balance for Brian’s reserved, stoic nature. Brian, a classically trained multi-instrumentalist, says Madeline “pushes him to let loose onstage.” And it’s Brian’s patience and gentle guidance with Madeline that allows her to “pursue music in new ways;” she began playing the mandolin just two summers ago on a road trip up to her family cabin.
With a Spring tour in the works for late May/early June and their sweet, perceptive, and hopping first album in the works, this lively duo is not to be missed!
For more on Brian and Madeline, as well as contact information:www.brianandmadelinemusic.com
Lindsay Ellyn is a Nashville, TN-based singer/songwriter by way of Brooklyn, New York. In 2010, Lindsay released her first single, “Gone”, kickstarting her career in music. The same year, Lindsay’s original song, “Two Lovers”, won a national contest to be featured in the 2012 film "The Right to Love: An American Family"—a documentary featuring one gay family’s struggle to raise their two children in the wake of California’s Proposition 8 ruling.
In August 2012, Lindsay released the Shores EP independently. She is currently recording a new EP for a fall 2014 release.
A life-long writer, Lindsay is an active member of the Nashville Songwriter’s Association International.