March 11th, 2022 8:30pm Stage
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Emily Jeanne Brown
A self-identified "singer-storyteller", Emily Jeanne Brown has found deep expression through singing since early childhood. Growing up in northern California to Bonnie Raitt, Joni Mitchell, Patty Griffin, Iris Dement and Lucinda Williams, her sound draws from the Laurel Canyon folk of the 1970s peppered with Brooklyn indie-folk grit. Both intimate and cerebral, Emily's songs explore themes of catharsis, confronting the inner child, and the power of place to shape memory. Her debut EP, 'Nina' will be released later this year.
Deidre & the Dark
Deidre & the Dark is a cinematic, technicolor world of music conceived by Brooklyn-based songwriter and singer Deidre Muro. With her distinctive, alluring voice, she seamlessly blends her love for classic pop with cinematic arrangements, a dose of psychedelia and touches of electronic production. This recipe has landed her music in TV shows from "Claws" to "Being Mary Jane," films, advertisements, and commissions to write for visual projects. Since the release of her debut album "Variety Hour" in 2019, "an album that's so lovingly crafted" (Shindig!) of “nostalgic noir-pop enhanced by modern stereophonics” (Culture Collide) “...that delivers the kinds of hooks and euphoria found only in the very best pop records” (WFMU's Sheila B), Deidre has been writing and dreaming up new music, with her next single coming out in April 2022. Deidre has toured the world as the frontwoman of indie rock band Savoir Adore and as hypewoman/backup vocalist for indie dance duo French Horn Rebellion - but she loves being home in Brooklyn, writing and recording at her studio, YouTooCanwoo, and performing at her favorite venues.
Kate Victor is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in Brooklyn. Growing up in a musical family with three sisters in Connecticut, much of her childhood was spent singing in harmony, and listening to Stevie Wonder. After studying jazz in college she picked up the guitar and started to find her own voice in songwriting. Her songs speak of emotional intimacy, relationships and family, and draw on influences of folk, jazz, and R&B. Kate has performed at many venues in NYC and plans to record an EP later this year.