Description: Join us on Sunday March 10, 2013 for Koffeehouse Sunday Sessions at The Charleston featuring Caitlin Linney (7PM), Mike Burke (8PM) and Porcelain Pistols (9PM)! Doors open at 6PM so get there early and reserve a table for the night (fantastic food and drinks!). Also, join us early for our signature JAM Session between 6PM and 7PM with performances by artists to be announced!
The Porcelain Pistols, a rock/acoustic style band based in Southern California, formed in October 2010. Since the release of the EP, the Porcelain Pistols have played at such venues as the House of Blues, The Yost Theater, and The Playground Festival….playing with national acts including Sevendust, The Bravery, Fishbone, and Static Lullaby. For the last year the band has been focusing on their upcoming release Porcelain Pistols, B- Sides. Which is an all acoustic album with flares of pop, country, and latin styles. Ready to show the world the softer side of rock, the Porcelain Pistols prove that they are here to stay with their wide variety of musical talent.
After winning the Los Angeles round of the Texaco Country Showdown hosted by
GO COUNTRY 105 and spending some time in Nashville pursuing a career in
country music, North Carolina native, Caitlin Linney, has ditched her first
name for her upcoming indie-pop project: HI, MY NAME IS. She is currently in
the studio with producer, Ran Jackson (of The Daylights), and Jeff Schoeny
working on the album. Follow her progress by becoming a part of the
PledgeMusic campaign here: http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/linney.
Boston native, Mike Burke, has had a musical path unlike most. Learning several instruments as a child, he never performed or really thought about pursuing music as a career. His interest in math and economics took him to New York's Wall st. where he spent 8 years working, still writing and playing music on the side. Mike has always been involved in working with children and organizations that help children/people in need. In 2008, he started working with Musicians On Call, where he would play for children who were in isolation units in different hospitals around Manhattan. In 2010, he started working with Mid Atlantic Burn Camp where children who are burn survivors can experience a summer camp with other young burn survivors like themselves. in 2011, realizing that his music was actually helping others, he decided to leave Wall st., move to LA to pursue music full time, and support the organizations as much as he could by donating half his music proceeds to them. In 2013, Mike will be traveling with CHAP International to Liberia, West Africa to help build orphanages
and help those who have lost so much. In addition to working with these organizations, Mike has made great strides since moving to LA; releasing his 2nd EP, winning the 2012 Malibu Music Awards, singing the National Anthem at several MLB/NBA games, as well as playing several multi city tours on both the east and west coasts. His music and his lifestyle promote his message of Be Happy & Help Others,
hopefully inspiring others to do the same.