Briena Pearl and crew prepare to shoot “Dancing with my Shadow” at the historic Aldworth Manor on 11/11, a balmy 22 degree day in New England. Join us in celebrating the release on March 20th (Spring Equinox) at 12:00PM EST!
Summer Sixteen, I started jamming with Lou, Colin, Tom and Eliot. We’ve since found a spicy mixed up blend of groove. Singing with these guys is a blast and I look forward to rocking steady!
Dig the music! Our 4-song demo is complete. With Briena Pearl on vocals, Colin Cassady on drums, Eliot Pelletier on guitars, Tom Rutledge on bass, and Lou Eastman on guitars, End of Never is a surprisingly sharp, heavy, deceptively mellow, elusive, eclectic, and somewhat hairy mix of genres. There’s more in store, but until then, give us a listen.
Briena Pearl is a singer/songwriter and lifelong student of voice, theatre, and dance from the Shenandoah River Valley in West Virginia.
Passionate, strong, and expressive, Briena’s voice evokes the Spirit of Appalachia and the Soul of New Orleans with story-telling magic and often rebellious brazenness of Rock n’ Roll.
Briena is currently an MA candidate at Antioch University in Keene, NH studying Dance/Movement Therapy, Drama Therapy, and Counseling. She is also the former vocalist of Clutch side-project, Deep Swell.
MAY THE MANSION OF YOUR SOUL NEVER BECOME A HAUNTED PLACE “The shadow is a moral problem that challenges the whole ego-personality, for no one can become conscious of the shadow without considerable moral effort. To become conscious of it involves recognizing the dark aspects of the personality as present and real. This act is …
It has taken a few months to muster up the courage and language to even attempt to write this. I know this isn’t going to come out with the depth and dignity it deserves. There are times when words are just too much, or not enough. When I walked into M80 Recording Studio in June, …
Studying the psychology and neurochemistry of addiction helped crystalize what I had always known about myself. I have a disease that ends in death. I’ve spiraled down the rabbit hole enough times to know that I’m better off above ground reading a book with my cat. Addiction isn’t a taboo decision. We aren’t out here …
End of Never