Alisa Saario returns to her childhood home of Bainbridge Island when she and her bandmates in the Oakland, California-based quartet Cave Clove play an 8 p.m. set Nov. 16 at the Treehouse Cafe.
The 21-and-older show is free.
Saario joined guitarist Brent Curriden and founding members Katie Colver (vocals and guitar) and Kendra Kilkuskie (drums.) The released their latest CD, eponymously titled, Nov. 4. She’s second from right in the photo.
Cave Clove also play Nov. 14 at Barboza, 925 E. Pike St. in Seattle, supporting the Jezabels. Tickets ($16) for that show are available at etix.com.
This from the Treehouse’s Web site:
“In March of this year, they began recording at Tiny Telephone Studios with Courtney Fairchild and co-producer Beau Sorenson (Death Cab for Cutie / Bob Mould / Thao & the Get Down Stay Down), who also engineered and mixed the album. The result of their efforts is an eleven-song collection that debuts a reimagined Cave Clove sound. From the first note to the last, Colver’s lyrics and distinctive vocals guide the listener on a journey through tracks that highlight the band’s multifaceted influences. At its center, Cave Clove is a rock album with the band drawing on the many sub-genres and eras the define rock music; the album gains depth and dimension as undertones of classic Motown, 90s beach music, R&B, psychedelia, the Blues and classic pop come in and out of focus along the way.”
Information on the Treehouse show: 206-842-2369, treehousebainbridge.com