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Katy Vernon opening the night at 9pm Dan Popp performing a set then Matthew Inkala & The Hostages
7:20 Stevie Low (Iowa Rock Hall o'Fame) 7:40 Bijou Basil 8:00 Jake Jones 8:20 J.T. Viele ( The Teddy Holidays) 8:40 Brothers 9:00 Brian Kusek with Johanna Mathews 9:20 Hannah Connolly 9:40 Katy Vernon / Katy Vernon Music 10:00 Jamie Quinn ( Sexy Delicious) 10:20 Dem Atlas (Joshua Turner) and Bloomer (Bjørn Hunstad) 10:40 Lydia Liza (Bomba de Luz) 11:00 Robbie Sims / I am Tiger 11:20 Simon Calder 11:40 Marshall Hawks (Danger Ronnie) 12:00 Stef w/ an F (City of the Weak) **12:20 Turn Back Now (acoustic)** 12:40 Nicole Jean Rode (RapeDoor)
The Katy Vernon and Jillian Rae bands are the perfect bookends for the release show for The Changeups!! Come early and stay late for this incredible lineup. Ladies Night Special Show!! Jillian Rae Band 9:30-10:15, The Changeups 10:30-11:15, Katy Vernon Band 11:30-12:30. https://www.facebook.com/events/672717776082751 http://www.leesliquorlounge.com/calcomplete.html
Sounds Like: KT Tunstall, The Sundays
Bio: Katy grew up in London, England. She has been writing and singing as long as she can remember. She moved to the US after meeting her future American husband on a train from Amsterdam to Berlin. As lead singer for the group 'The Camdens' Katy played all over the Twin Cities. She was also nominated...See Full Bio
“10. Katy Vernon, Before I Forget. Katy Vernon makes gorgeous, pretty, sweet, happy music. It is played primarily on ukelele. At the time I wrote my review, I think I thought Before I Forget was borne of deep satisfaction with life and praised that. Examining it more, I think I was wrong. I think it’s borne of tragedy and sadness and I think it’s a fist-raised triumph over adversity, which makes me love it even more. If this pretty little album, filled with terrific songs and some of my favorite singing of the year, came out of bad shit, then god dammit, it deserves me top tenning the SHIT out of it. Plus: anything my former boss Jim Walsh inspired/trumpeted/adored is a-ok with me. Click HERE for my full review of “Before I Forget.””