Brian Dunne / Gideon Brown / Adam Sullivan

Thursday / October 21, 2010 / 8:00 p.m.
Red Room at Cafe 939
939 Boylston Street
United States
Brian Dunne

Hailing from the small town of Monroe, New York, pop/rock singer/songwriter Brian Dunne is releasing an EP. A music lover from the tender age of 2, he has always had an ear and talent for music, playing the guitar and writing songs since the age of 6. He has been performing in the greater New England area for several years.

Though still young to the Boston music scene, Dunne has been playing consistently for the past three years and has released two EPs, with another expected to drop in 2010. When asked about his personal goals pertaining to music, he simply states that he would like to continue sharing his music with as many people as possible. This simplicity and devotion to his craft are what makes Dunne's music so authentic and addicting.

Gideon Brown sounds like an approaching train at midnight clanking on the rails and howling its vibration into the dead air. It is at times reminiscent of the rockabilly music of the late '50s as well as the folk/rock of the late '60s.

Following his restlessness across borders, oceans, and international time zones, singer/songwriter Adam Sullivan found himself happily bumping into inspiration at nearly every stop.

$10 general admission, $8 students