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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

@GGOOLLDDband (WI) & @SynaSoPro this Thursday 3/9 @TheHeavyAnchor

This Thursday evening at the Heavy Anchor is a real treat for those that attend. Super eclectic female-fronted synth-pop band, GGOOLLDD (Milwaukee, WI.) is in town and sharing the stage with them is none other than the one woman musical enigma known as Syna So Pro (STL). This is a 21 and up show and will start at 9PM and will be done by 12AM. For more info. visit the Facebook event HERE. $7 for venue side, free to get in the bar side.

GGOOLLDD has shared the stage with the likes of: Blondie, Passion Pit, The Kooks, Yelle, Death From Above 1979, Yacht, Sylvan Esso, Alvvays, Har Mar Superstar, and The Polyphonic Spree, among others. Additionally, they released their latest single “Undercovers,” which was co-produced and mixed by Ben H. Allen (Animal Collective, Gnarls Barkley, Walk The Moon). Domino Records has added the track on Spotify’s “Best of Indie” playlist and it was also featured in an episode of E!’s ”So Cosmo”.Watch the music video for the track above. Additionally, they’ll be playing at this year’s SXSW festival.

Visit GGOOLLDD on their website HERE and on the socials at Facebook or Twitter.

Syrhea Conaway is Syna So Pro. She is a multi-instrumentalist and music instructor who lives and works in St. Louis. Writing, arranging, and performing music since age 10, Conaway has earned several medals in District, and State competitions as well as performing in Carnegie Hall with the National Youth Chorus at the age of 18. She has since performed for TEDx Gateway Arch, given musical speeches for the Arts and Education Council, been a panelist on “Women in Music”, moderated a conversation as a part of USDAC and the Regional Arts Commission’s CultureSHIFT 2016, and opened for many national artist such as, Asobi Seksu, Future Islands, and Paul Rucker (cellist/artist). Conaway has also collaborated with world renown ensemble Alarm Will Sound for a performance at the Sheldon Concert Hall in 2015 as well as a plethora of local artists in addition to performing at multiple festivals over the years in the area. Below is a video shot at a Lo-Fi Cherokee's festival and is this week's #VIDEOOFTHEWEEK.

Visit Syna So Pro on her website HERE and on the socials at Facebook or Twitter.