Join us on Saturday, October 10, 2015
Show starts at 7:30 PM, doors open at 7:00 PM
Cost: $18 Adults at the door, $10 Students with ID,
children under 12 free, Public Assistance FREE
with Julia Weldon
Photo by www.shamelessphoto.com
This tender tomboy and rough-and-tumble lady come together to melt hearts and shake souls with undeniable chemistry and a truly unexpected heralding of wisdom. Mouths of Babes' sound is equal parts celebration and blues, folk and soul, salve and anthem-an invitation to love this life, to sing your sob story and end it with a smile.
In her twelve years with popular folk-pop quartet Girlyman, Ty Greenstein established herself as a prolific songwriter and gifted lyricist, a talented multi-instrumentalist, and a magnetic presence onstage. Over the course of seven years with sultry roots trio Coyote Grace, Ingrid Elizabeth played the upright bass, wrote and sang, commanding audiences with her larger-than-life sassiness and professional dancer's grace.
The new material from Mouths of Babes finds Ty's heartfelt songs being lifted up by Ingrid's infectious irreverence, while Ingrid's songs dig for a deep taproot of universality a la Ty's literate leanings. In September 2014 the duo recorded their debut EP, Faith & Fumes at Empty Sea Studios in Seattle. Faith & Fumes was released to much fan acclaim in December 2014, and EP release tours are being planned through the end of 2015.
Julia Weldon is a self-taught, nationally touring musician, Julia Weldon's possessing personality and captivating music crosses bridges and divides. With unfailing fingers, she tells stories that feel both intensely personal and widely universal. Unapologetically herself, Weldon's songs grab you — asking you to pull up a chair, pour yourself a whiskey, and stay a while.
"New York-based singer-songwriter Julia Weldon might be the most soulful singer you've never heard of." —The Advocate
"One of the primary keys to being a good and successful singer/songwriter is the ability to be honest. Stories, emotional arcs, none of this means a thing if it's clear the artist is just putting on airs for a given occasion, playing something because it might create a cynically predetermined effect on the audience. None of this ever feels like a problem for Julia Weldon."
—The Washington Times
"On her new record 'Light Is a Ghost,' singer-songwriter Julia Weldon acts as... every good dream that's worth preserving after the alarm clock goes off." —The Deli NYC
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