Join us for an evening of songs and stories as we host a Songwriters in the Round featuring Lexi Street, Sainte Jane, Jordan Igoe, Jessica Daisi, and Justin Kerenyi!
$7 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM
All ticket sales are final. No refunds.
In the get down & deep south, just outside Atlanta, Georgia (pronounced Jaw-jah) is music that will make you want get up... to go get a drink so you can sit back down to relax with a bourbon in your hand. Lexi Street writes bitter sweet music about love, sex and just being human. Influenced by sounds of Lily Allen, Johnny Cash, Chris Isaak and the XX. Their lastest project titled Fù Fù is the creative project of Lexi Street and Brooklyn based musician Geoff Israel. Sharing files up and down the East Coast to work together.
Sainte Jane is a new two-piece project by Lauren St. Jane and Jeremy Ezell of The Well Reds.
From the southern roots of Georgia comes Lauren St. Jane with her own combination of Country swagger and Americana rock. This fiery, female-fronted band offers a raw sound complimented by strong, alluring vocals, ripping licks, and lyrics you'd expect from a true redhead.
The EP "American Dreams" debuted in 2011 and three months later Lauren was playing for CNN at SXSW. "American Dreams" has been the catalyst that led her to share the stage in 2013-14 with Alabama, Diamond Rio, Radney Foster, Craig Morgan, NEEDTOBREATHE, Shawn Mullins, and Chuck Cannon as well as performing at Turner Field's Atlanta Brave's Stadium.
Heart-wrenching inspiration, prolific writing and a dire dedication to the craft of country combine to ignite the blaze behind the EP and the live show. In both song and sound, Lauren St. Jane is a collective drink that goes down smooth but leaves a beckoning burn for more - a classic country shot with a modern Americana aftertaste.
‘Running Around’, Lauren’s newest single co-written with Angie Aparo released 2015 features Jeremy Ezell of The Well Reds, which has launched her newest project Sainte Jane with a new EP to be released Fall of 2016.
Jordan Igoe is a magnetic, multi-talented and genuine alt-country singer-songwriter based in Charleston, South Carolina. She has been playing music professionally for over ten years as a solo performer and with a rotating lineup of stellar backup musicians. Jordan has shared the stage with ‘The Lone Bellow’, Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent of ‘Shovels & Rope, in addition to touring regionally all over the Southeast. In other words, she has paid her dues and put in the 10,000 hours that according to Malcolm Gladwell is a requirement for being a true professional in your chosen profession. Her classic voice and unique songwriting style construct a sound that she says was predominantly influenced by Patsy Cline, Brandi Carlile, and Loretta Lynn.
Igoe’s debut album was independently released on February 14th, 2014 and received very positive responses from both fans and critics alike. In one review of the album, music critic Ballard Lesemann of Metronome said, “Jordan Igoe’s new solo album How to Love is a genuine thing of beauty that somehow hatched and bloomed from the Space, a tiny studio set up in an unglamourous downtown storage unit. Sometimes the prettiest stuff comes from unexpected places.”
New York born and Georgia transplant, Justin Kerenyi, is a singer/songwriter who crafts melodies and tales of the head and heart, in the vein of Americana favorites Wilco, Dawes and Ray LaMontagne. Justin’s musical roots trace back to his days as a co-founder of Lithp, one of Atlanta’s most creative and artistically fearless bands – he played guitar, sang backing vocals, and co-wrote/produced some of the music. He is the V.P. and one of the original, four founding members of the Songs for Kids Foundation, an incredible non-for-profit that integrates musicians year-round into the lives of kids both in and out of children's hospitals. Justin now looks to complete his long awaited freshman cd, which is being produced by Deke Spears, the producer of the Quiets Hounds.