Plevyak, Blake Ruby, Splendor Tree

Fri · July 14, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$10 ADV $15 DOS

This event is all ages

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Based in Salisbury, MD, breakfast. is more than just a few guys making music.

We want this to be a movement. A coming together of all the friends and talents around us to create something that is original, genuine, and relevant. Our hope is not to get famous and make money, but to change the lives around us for the better and make a difference in our generation.

Featured as a NoiseTrade "New and Notable" artist, breakfast. melds soul, folk, alternative, hip-hop & rap together to conceive a refreshing sound.
Jonathan Plevyak is a pop-rock Singer/Songwriter from Baltimore, MD. Plevyak redefines the traditional Singer/Songwriter model by placing an emphasis on utilizing a full band, producing high energy and smartly crafted pop music. Music site, Golden Mixtape, has described Plevyak as “pretty much perfect in a Singer/Songwriter sense”.

The group consists of Plevyak, guitarist Garret Mabe, bassist Joe Vincent, drummer Ben Reiff, and saxophonist Zach Mckinney. They have played in a variety of venues including coffee shops, bars, clubs, theatres, and colleges both headlining and opening for national acts. The band recently went on their first tour in August 2016.

Jonathan Plevyak’s music, style, and message is fun, energetic, and above all, unique. Catch him in a town near you and be on the lookout for his upcoming new album coming spring 2017!
Blake Ruby
Blake Ruby
With a knack for sonic exploration and honest, introspective lyrics, 19-year-old artist and multi-instrumentalist Blake Ruby blends many genres and styles to create sounds much more mature than his age suggests.

Growing up in Westminster, MD, Blake began to write and perform songs locally, but it wasn't until moving to Nashville to attend Belmont University that Blake's artistry began to form. He quickly made a mark with the "not I" EP, which he recorded and produced in his dorm room in the Spring of 2017. The songs implement tight grooves and introspective lyrics, each song being unique yet still coherent to the vision of the project.

Blake explains the purpose of the EP by saying, "I wrote these songs when I was learning a lot about myself, so I hope people will listen to them not just to learn about me, but to learn and understand themselves better. I'm not looking to just make people jump and dance, I want them to feel something, to feel a change of some sort."

Blake has since put together a band consisting of his close friends, Chris Roussell, Sam Soto, and Quinn Reedy, to play his songs live. They are now all working on a new project of songs together.
Splendor Tree
Venue Information:
Baltimore Soundstage
124 Market Place
Baltimore, Maryland, 21202