One Woman Symphony

One Woman Symphony

Sunday, Sep 3
Legends of Tomorrow
7pm

Inspired by the term “One-Man Band,” a phrase used to describe a single musician playing multiple instruments simultaneously, Geneviève Salamone merges technology with the classical violin to create The One-Woman Symphony. Through the use of pre-recorded accompaniment created within her recording studio and an acoustically amplified violin, Geneviève’s unique setup evokes a powerful performance experience- as though an entire symphony performs with her on stage. With over 200 annually booked performances, The One-Woman Symphony provides musical entertainment for every listener through a diverse genre selection ranging from Classical, Pop, Rock, Bluegrass, World Fiddle (Irish, Celtic, Russian, etc.), Disney, and more!
Hometown in Iowa: Waukee

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Sarah Pattschull

Saturday, Sep 2
Legends of Tomorrow
5PM

Band Summary:  Sarah Pattschull is a singer and pianist from Des Moines, Iowa.  She plays a wide variety of American Roots and Pop music.  Her band band mates are some of the finest musicians in Iowa.
Band Members:  Heath Alan – Various Instruments, Russ Tomlinson – Drums, Glen Cornell – Synths, Krista Haugland – Piano, Jon Locker – Bass and Don Boyle – Guitar.

Hometown in Iowa: Urbandale

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Aquamarine Dream Machine

Monday, Sep 4
Legends of Tomorrow
12PM

Aquamarine Dream Machine is a group of longtime friends that have combine their passion for musical experimentation and live improvisation to produce a series of mind expanding arrangements that are the springboard for the groups exciting and unpredictable live improvisation. The bands growing popularity is giving them the opportunity to join larger festivals and preform at larger venues throughout Iowa and the surrounding area.

The groups focus is on their live show, they work to create a unique musical experience for themselves and their fans every time they take the stage. The improvisational journeys that they take during their performances are influenced by the vibe the crowd is projecting and the individual mindset of each member as they enter into the performance. This approach allows the band to create and change their pieces on the spot during their performance, this provides an exciting unpredictable experience for the band and their fans. This experience leaves their fans looking for more opportinties to see the band again.

Hometown in Iowa: Quimby, Correctionville, Ft. Dodge, Altoona

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Kaleena

Monday, Sep 4
Legends of Tomorrow
9AM

Canadian born singer songwriter Kaleena Calcutta-Faux alongside Iowa natives Jerod Faux, Joshua Bruett, and Keenan McBroom have been paving their way in the Des Moines music scene. Their blend of singer/songwriter like lyrics and soulful, pop melodies create a smooth and at times ethereal sound.  They have mastered their edgy Pop/RnB sound and are creating waves in the music scene.

Hometown in Iowa: Des Moines, Winterset

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Audio Curve

Audio Curve

Sunday, Sep 3
Legends of Tomorrow
3PM

Formed in 2015. Audio Curve is an explosive high voltage rock force out of the Midwest. Unleashed with pure adrenaline and unmatched electricity, Audio Curve’s a 4-piece rock n roll machine with mixtures of hard rock, funk, blues, and groove metal.

Hometown in Iowa: Des Moines

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Youth Gone Wild

Friday, Sep 1
Legends of Tomorrow
1PM


Youth Gone Wild is Comprised of 4 METALHEAD teen super ROCK stars. Ages 13 through 16. It all started almost 6 yrs ago, when Kaden joining the kid metal group, Minitallica at barely age 9 yrs old. John joined the band a year and a half later as the bass player. They played to crowds and venues of all ages and size and became very well known in Eastern Iowa as “The Future of Metal” Almost 2 years ago Minitallica members split ways and Kaden and John started their own band, “Youth Gone Wild”, bringing back another past member of Minitallica, Wyatt, on bass, moving John to lead guitar.and bringing on a brand new face, Derek Powers on drums. Less than a year later Wyatt was replaced with Orion and the current YGW line up was born. They are still heavily influenced by Metal bands such as Pantera, Metallica and A7X. They are also working on YGW Originals. The boys have opened for National Acts such as Saliva, Saving Abel, Drowning Pool, Bobaflex, Brazilian 2Wins, and Hairball. They have been featured in 2 documentaries, countless radio interviews, local TV news interviews, news paper stories and a segment of an IPTV Kids Clubhouse episode on music! They play regularly at various local music venues and are a crowd favorite at summer fairs and town celebrations.


Hometown in Iowa
: Waterloo, Hudson

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Halfloves

Friday, Sep 1
Legends of Tomorrow
2:30PM

Hailed as “the best currently active rock band in Iowa” by the Iowa Informer, indie rock outfit Halfloves offers a variety of songs on their self-titled debut album made with renowned producer Brandon Darner (Imagine Dragons, The Envy Corps). Halfloves mixes pop sensibilities with heady textures and space to create an emotionally charged sound.

Hometown in Iowa
: Iowa City

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Foxholes

Friday, Sep 1
Legends of Tomorrow
7PM

Formed in late 2012, Foxholes is a musical collaboration between Trevor Holt, Jessica Villegas, Ben Barndollar, Kyle Folvag and Craig Bowers. The Des Moines based indie rock act draws from a well of indie and post-punk influences of yesteryear while adding their own unique flourishes with celebrated results. Foxholes, the group’s sophomore album, is due out May 26th.

Hometown in Iowa: Des Moines