Upcoming Shows

I’m so grateful to be playing around Spokane and Seattle in February and March. Here’s a list of what’s on the books:

*Thursday, February 10th at the A Club. Local Ladies Valentine’s Showcase with Kari Marguerite, Liz Rognes, Stephanie Hatzinikolis, Karrie O’Neill, and Hannah Reader. $5, 8pm, 21+

*Friday, February 11th I’ll be making a guest appearance at the Left Bank Wine Bar in Spokane.

*Wednesday, February 16th, I’m opening for Greg and Caridwen Spatz and the Missoula-based band Stellarondo! Stellarondo is touring to promote the release of their new album. They’re amazing. House show.

*Friday, February 25th, I’ll be in Seattle at the Q Cafe playing as part of a showcase of women singer/songwriters. I’ll be on the lineup with Beth Whitney, Jess Lambert, and Clare Tonelli. $7, 7pm, all ages!

*On March 6th, I’m honored to play at Spokane’s International Women’s Day. More details to come!

Hope to see you around. Oh, check out Check it Out Music’s recent review of the Empyrean’s closing weekend!

Goodbye, Empyrean.

I am incredibly sad about the news that the Empyrean in Spokane is closing. It has been a fantastic asset to the arts community here. Owners Chrisy and Michelle Riddle have supported local music, literary events, art, poetry slams, and all sorts of fresh and exciting local energy. I’ve had the opportunity to play there lots of times over the past two years while I have lived in Spokane, and I’m so sad to see the Empyrean go! I wish good things for Chrisy and Michelle, and I encourage the Spokane music and arts community to work together to keep the local energy moving.

This weekend, the Empyrean is having a goodbye festival of sorts, with lots of music and poetry and community! It’s a celebration of the time and love they’ve invested in Spokane. I’ll be there every day, to listen to friends, enjoy the space, and to play, too. I’ll be playing a short set on Saturday to join in the goodbye festivities. Come by and listen to lots of great local bands and poets!

http://www.inlander.com/spokane/article-16070-ready-for-the-funeral.html