Ladies' Choice Songwriter Night
Time & Location
About The Event
Thursday, April 19, 2018
Doors @ 7 p.m.
Showtime @ 8 p.m.
21 & up, $7
>>About Sally Jaye (Los Angeles, CA):
"I'm not going to waste your time with some braggedy-brag bio full of fluffy words that make me sound like I'm a bigger deal than I really am. I am an artist simply because it is fulfills me to tell stories and make up melodies to go along. It helps me sort through the clutter in my head, the reasons for my struggles, and to understand the beauty of the human condition. I write songs for therapy, and also to preserve memories."
>>About India Ramey (Nashville, TN):
Blasting twin barrels of Americana noire and southern-gothic songwriting, India Ramey fires on all cylinders with her national debut, "Snake Handler."
Pentecostal churches, broken households, crooked family trees, forgotten pockets of the Deep South, and domestic violence all fill the album’s 10 songs, whose autobiographical lyrics pull from Ramey’s experience as a young girl in rural Georgia. Intensely personal and sharply written, Snake Handler shines a light on the darkness of Ramey’s past, driving out any lingering demons — or snakes, if you will — along the way.
>>About Earleine (Boone, NC):
Born in Clarksville, Tennessee, just 40 miles outside of Nashville, Earleine grew up immersed in musical culture. At a young age, she picked up the guitar, and soon began writing her own songs. Earleine made her way to the Blue Ridge mountains in the Spring of 2016 to expand her musical horizons. Genuine and shockingly honest, her songwriting is mixed with poetic lyricism, and catchy melodies. Earleine's style is Americana music with a swirl of folk, rock, and roots under a blanket of soul. Her debut album “Cryin’ Shame” is available on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, and many other media outlets. Check out her upcoming tour dates at www.earleine.com.
>>About Annie Stokes (Washington, DC):
Annie Stokes is a dark Americana songstress from Virginia. Raised on bluegrass and musical theater, her lyrics recall moments you thought you forgot. She and her band have released an EP and two albums and are currently working on their third full-length project. They've had the pleasure of playing Merriweather Post Pavilion, The Sylvan Theater, Jammin Java, Gypsy Sally's, Moon Valley Music Festival, DOAH Fest, Untitled Music Festival, Richmond Music Hall, and every little dive bar in between. They love touring, snow, champagne, activism, and the mountains.