HANA KAHN with LINDSEY SAMPSON and RACHEL MARIE - A HOMECOMING SHOW
Saturday 9/21 - HOMECOMING SHOW!
with LINDSEY SAMPSON (of Visiting Wine)
and RACHEL MARIE
$10 advance / $12 at the door
8:00 doors / 8:30 show
Three fantastic women artists join forces tonight to celebrate the homecoming of Hana Kahn. Hanah who has been on tour brings a big yet subtle voice and powerful stories to the show. Lindsey Sampson is exploding onto the Boston music scene with her band Visiting Wine. Rachel Marie follows in a tradition of unapologetically forthright women folksingers, with songs that hearken to "overstuffed lines of Tori Amos, philosophical turn of Indigo Girls, and lilting vocals like Joni Mitchell."
Buzzfeed calls her a blue and green dream scene, but her mermaid hair isnt all that draws the eye to Hana Kahn.
Nominated for 2018 Boston Music Awards and 2018/2019 New England Music Awards Pop Artist of the Year, Hanas voice and powerful stories showcase emotional nakedness and elegant musicianship, (The Deli Magazine), while her heartfelt ballads and upbeat, catchy pop numbers guide a winding route to self-discovery (Vanyaland).
Hana derives inspiration from her life experiences, which have taught her that it is possible to start from anywhere and become anything youve dreamed of: All you need is self-love.
Fall 2019 brings the release of her upcoming single, "Thrivers," followed by her 2020 sophomore album "Simply Be."
The beauty of Visiting Wine's of first album creates a magnetic effect pulling the audience in to listen to the raw story telling and pure stomp and holler energy. The trio have joined forces to put a spin on modern folk rock, reminiscent of artists like Fleetwood Mac, the Lone Bellow, and Mumford & Sons. Together they weave warm, golden harmonies and bold songwriting voices that asks their audience to open their hearts and put on their dancing shoes.
Rachel Marie follows in a tradition of unapologetically forthright women folksingers, with songs that hearken to "overstuffed lines of Tori Amos, philosophical turn of Indigo Girls, and lilting vocals like Joni Mitchell." The social awareness of folk meets the introspection of the singer-songwriter tradition with a moderate dose of snark. Rachel takes a straightforward and honest approach to songwriting in an effort to foster genuine human connection and encourage empathy through music. Passion for using the power of her voice to shed light on injustice gives rise to poignant poetic statements on subjects from heartbreak and death to police brutality and immigration. An endearingly quirky stage presence as honest as her songs keeps audiences charmed.
Lizard Lounge (View)
1667 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|