February 9, 2019 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Oklahoma singer-songwriter, summerland (Nadia Piotrowsky) joins Michigan country artist Ed Dupas for an evening of swapping original songs and covers. summerland weaves an Americana soundscape that reflects the road she’s traveled, from her Kansas City jazz upbringing to the beach pop of her former home in southern California to the red dirt roots of her current home in Stillwater, Oklahoma. While her influences range from Mary Chapin Carpenter to The Frames, Sia Furler to Johnny Cash, her sound often draws comparisons to Ingrid Michaelson and Peggy Lee–a little modern, a little old-fashioned, always earnest. In 2017, after a six-year hiatus from performing music, she founded the Monday@Modella songwriter pop-up and started sharpening her musical teeth, slowly carving a niche for herself in the Oklahoma scene. Her first full-length album “Geography” is currently in production at Naptime Studio in Norman, Oklahoma, with up-and-coming producer Kyle Reid at the helm. It will be released in Summer 2019.        www.thisissummerland.com

Ed Dupas’ simple yet soulful music flows from an array of broad social themes to more personal narratives of love and loss. Rooted in both realism and idealism, Ed’s musical goal is deeper inquiry and exploration for himself and his listeners. With comparisons ranging from Steve Earle to Bruce Springsteen, Ed paints a sonic picture of the road less traveled and the world de-familiarized. Ed Dupas creates and shares well worn wide awake music. Ed just finished recording his soon-to-be released third full-length CD, Lonesome Side Of Town.      https://www.eddupas.com