CHICAGO, May 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Chicago-based band Brontë Fall will play at Martyrs' in Chicago on Friday, May 26th, 2017 to celebrate the release of their debut album "Silhouette Dances." They will play their new album in its entirety. The concert will feature special guest stars Sean Watkins of the Grammy-winning band Nickel Creek, as well as Dominique Arciero (Lunabelles). Chicago-based singer-songwriter, Nikki Morgan, will open the evening.
"Chicago is one of our favorite cities to play in, and it'll be even more fun to share the night with these folks," said Watkins!
Bracken, founding member and front-woman for her band, Brontë Fall, is a vocalist, keyboardist, and violin player with a classical music training. While studying at Berklee College of Music, she fell in love with songwriting. Bracken's love for travel and adventure brought her journey to Nashville, New York and other American cities where she explored various relationships and musical genres. It was through these experiences - both personal and musical - that she found her own voice before returning to her home in Chicago.
Brontë Fall's debut album, "Silhouette Dances," allows all of the influences of Bracken's journey to seep through as she continues to pursue this adventure of music and life. "Silhouette Dances" is now available on iTunes, amazon.com, and Spotify, and other retail and streaming services.
"My songs are outspokenly feminine and reminiscent of the Brontë sisters, who dared to have a voice in a time when women didn't," stated Bracken.
"I'm so excited to see Brontë Fall's show and Teri's multi-instrumental awesomeness," said Arciero.
Tickets for Brontë Fall's album release show are available at http://martyrslive.com/fri-may-26-9pm-15
For updated news on everything Brontë Fall and Teri Bracken, please visit the band's website and social media at:
To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/bronte-fall-album-release-concert-to-feature-sean-watkins-from-grammy-winning-nickel-creek-300462531.html
SOURCE Bronte Fall