Coyote Willow will return to Lynwood’s biggest stage, the Treehouse Café, at 8 p.m. Friday, July 27.
Admission is free; access is 21-and-older only.
The duo is a regional favorite, performing multiple venues, festivals and private events throughout the Pacific Northwest year round. Musically and lyrically, their tunes range from rockabilly to the open tuned and lyrically moving folk style, as well as instrumentals and gypsy jazz. Their style weaves genre-crossing lines to create a musical journey that has grown over the past years and built a loyal following at the Treehouse, too.
Kat Hilst started playing piano at 5, graduated from Oberlin Conservatory, and once worked for the San Francisco Opera. Tim Coffey hit the road at 19, spending 20 years as a professional touring backup guitarist. His voice and songwriting drew the attention of Breedlove Guitars, who invited him to join their stable of artists.
The two joined forces during the recording of their first CD, ”Strings Unbound,” in 2010 and recorded “The Lonely Grange Sessions” in 2012.
In 2015 the band rebranded to Coyote Willow and began working on a new album, “Falling to Home.”
Visit www.treehousebainbridge.com to learn more.