Two Lions Band visits Whiskey Dick’s Saloon
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What: Two Lions Band
When: Saturday, March 18, 9 p.m.
Where: Whiskey Dick’s Saloon
Geyserville-based folk group Two Lions Band is headed to South Shore. While frontman Mitchel Slade has played music since sixth grade, the band is relatively new to the scene.
“The idea of the band stems from the iconic idea that the Lion and the Lamb in friendship are a sign of peace. We have come far towards our goals of peace, but we are truly in the time of the Two Lions. The time of personal leadership and evolution, and the need to resolve differences.
“Musically, we hope to bring a depth in the poetry and create an ambiance with the music that provokes a thoughtful, intended and progressive experience,” states Two Lions Band’s online biography.
The trio is comprised of guitarist and vocalist Slade, violinist Ashley Holmberg and percussionist Lance Harrington.
“Take a moment and show the world what you got … Music offers us a form of expression to help explore and give meaning to the otherwise predictable world,” states the group’s Facebook biography.
Two Lions Band’s debut album, “High Waters,” released in July 2016 featuring folky tunes like “Knee High Water” and “Box of Bones.”
The group takes the stage for a free performance at Whiskey Dick’s Saloon at 9 p.m.
The venue is located at 2660 Lake Tahoe Blvd. in South Lake Tahoe.
Whiskey Dick’s Saloon next welcomes Afroman on Friday, March 24.
— Lake Tahoe Action