It will be a mainly female affair when a live music venue holds its next show.
On Oct. 10, alternative-folk-rock singer Nat will be performing with Victoria-based all-female band Fox Glove at Tiger Mountain in Lantzville.
“It’s going to be great playing with Fox Glove,” Nat said. “I haven’t heard much of them before, other than what I have heard online, but it is always cool getting some different female artists together and putting on some good music.”
Last year, Nat, who used to perform under the name Natalie Germann, released Tuck the Waves to Sleep, an 11-track album that was produced and mixed by Jim Blair.
Nat describes the album as “piano driven folk-rock” with songs that range from quiet to more plugged in.
“Sonically it has a lot of different levels to it,” she said.
Nat, who recently moved to Lantzville and typically performs with her full band, will be sharing the stage with fellow bandmate David Sponaugle for the show.
The singer says since the performance will be a duo, her songs will be slightly toned down.
“If I am playing with a full band and it is plugged in we sort of lean towards the heavier, more rock side of things,” she said, “But when we’re playing as a two-piece you have to do what is appropriate for the setting. So it will be a little more toned down this time.”
Tiger Mountain held its grand opening performance last month.
Nat, who participated in the event, says Tiger Mountain is a cozy place to perform.
“The general vibe of the place is something pretty special,” she said. “It is kind of like being in a nice cozy living room.”
Nat performs at 7:30 p.m. with Fox Glove. Tickets are $15.
For more information, please visit www.nat-music.com.