Exploding their signature sound, think Chopin with a chainsaw, “Good Riddance” is a timely reminder of what happens when you leave things unsaid — whether for years, months or days.
The Duncomb’s second Concert on the Hill, which is open to the public, takes place on Saturday, August 21. Carmen Nickerson will return for her second headlining performance.
Her ornate hands and flying hair juxtaposed with his percussive mastery are the only items needed to take audiences on a no holds barred ride every time Sit Kitty Sit takes the stage.
“We, and our fans, embrace counterculture,” shares Downs. “For us, it’s not about shock or fear. Instead, it’s about stepping outside of ourselves and seeing the way we’re all connected, even if it’s just for a moment in time.”
There are so many gurus out there telling us what to do to achieve success. Often, however, what they aren’t considering with their advice is what success means to us as individuals.
Fixating on the wrong thoughts can cloud our vision of success, forcing us to downplay it instead of proudly shouting accomplishments of all sizes from the rooftop.