Cosmo Gold, Bony Chanterelle & Beauty Queen at Volcanic
Sun, Jul 21 at 9pm
- ALL AGES
LA’s Cosmo Gold is Emily Gold (Vocals, Guitar), Peter Maffei (Guitar), Stephen Burns (Bass), Mike Deluccia (Drums). The band debuted live at SXSW 2017 and further at Broke LA festival as a trio led by Gold under the moniker, Velvet. The former outfit released two singles in 2017, “How Do You Know” (PLAG Records) and follow up “Even If I Tried”, both produced by Neil Wogensen (Valley Queen). Gold is a third-generation musician— she’s the daughter of acclaimed songwriter Andrew Gold (“Thank You for Being a Friend,” “Lonely Boy”) and the granddaughter of Academy Award-winning composer Ernest Gold and singer Marni Nixon, the “Ghost Voice of Hollywood”. The singles have been in rotation on LA rock stations, 95.5 KLOS, 88.5 KZSN, 106.7 KROQ and also Sirius Radio (Underground Garage). Since the bands inception, Gold has recruited Maffei (Sugar Candy Mountain), Burns (Triptides), and Deluccia (Valley Queen). The group now writes and works as a collective, and are finishing their debut EP, Waiting on the City, which will be released under their new name, Cosmo Gold.
Bony Chanterelle, (bone-ee shant-er-el), is a rock’n’roll band from Oregon. The band - Chris Fraser (vocal/leadguitar), Devrett Gupta (bass guitar) and Jake Satathite (da drums) - formed in Bend's Old Bend district in the summer of 2015. Bony serves up a mix of blues guitar and country scorched lyrics partnered with bouncy rhythms, capturing elements of groove laden psychedelic surf rock culminating in a ripping live performance. They independently released a self titled demo in 2016. Their first full-length album, "THIS CAN'T END NOW", was globally released March 2018, having track "Youth" featured in film LES DRAPEAUX DE PAPIER (Paper Flags) in 2019, along with "Backseat Demons" being featured in other adventure/extreme sport films. The album brought Bony hometown success as well, with Bend's The Source Weekly awarding them 2018's "Best Band". Bony Chanterelle plans to tour the Pacific northwest in 2019 and headline local shows. Hear their latest music on iTunes and Spotify.