The Deer plays ‘Texas folk and stargaze surf-western’ at Divided Sky |

The Deer plays ‘Texas folk and stargaze surf-western’ at Divided Sky

The Deer plays The Divided Sky in Meyers this Saturday, July 16.
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What: The Deer

When: Saturday, July 16

Where: The Divided Sky

Tickets: Call for details

Info: 530-577-0775

“Transcendental Texas folk and stargaze surf-western” comes to the Divided Sky this Saturday when the Deer arrives from Austin, Texas.

The band creates “psychotropic soundscapes and tranquil, vivid dream-pop,” according to its online biography.

“What began as the solo recording project of singer/songwriter Grace Park (The Blue Hit) formed its core in 2012 after the release of ‘An Argument for Observation’ under the band name Grace Park & The Deer,” according to the bio. “With upright bassist/songwriter Jesse Dalton (MilkDrive), guitarist/sound engineer Michael McLeod (Good Field, Richard Linklater film composer), and drummer/pianist Alan Eckert (Dimitri’s Ascent), Park found a collaborative team, and the band’s name was adapted to simply The Deer. ‘On the Essence of the Indomitable Spirit,’ their second album, exemplifies their liftoff into co-creation with a dynamic collection of songs dedicated to the memory of their friend and backup singer Stephanie Bledsoe.”

The band released their latest album, “Tempest & Rapture,” in May.

“One half is rooted and raring in surreal folk and Southern gothic, the other is pronking out in transcendental surf-dream wilderness,” according to the bio.

The Divided Sky is located near the intersection of Navahoe Drive and U.S. Highway 50 in Meyers, south of South Lake Tahoe.

More information on the show is available on The Divided Sky’s website at or by calling 530-577-0775.

— Lake Tahoe Action

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