Empty Chair Night featuring Annie and Rod Capps, Joel Palmer, and Audra Kubat, Emily Rose and Tamara Finlay
Not just another open mic show, the Empty Chair Night offers members of the audience a chance to join the hosts and featured act on stage to share a song in-the-round style.
The brain-child of Joel Palmer and co-hosted by Annie & Rod Capps, each month there is a featured guest artist.
Audience members who are interested in performing sign up at the door. A new name is drawn each round for up to 7 chances to share a song. Performers of all experience levels are welcome and encouraged.
Audra Kubat is a Detroit born singer-songwriter. Self-taught, Kubat began composing music on the piano at the age of eight. In her teens she started putting words to the music. Teaching herself to play the guitar, she began performing in local coffeehouses. In 1999 she created the band, Stunning Amazon, and in November of that year released a self-titled album. The band became locally successful and the CD paved the way towards bigger shows and media appearances.
In 2000 Kubat was nominated for five Detroit Music Awards, winning one for Best Folk Artist and another win in 2015 for Best Americana Instrumentalist. Since then, she has received nominations every year since. Kubat continued to perform solo and wrote new material, releasing her first solo effort, Elixir. This record proved to be a pivotal force in Kubat's career, and was followed by 'Untitled for Now' in 2003 on my own label, Remedy Records.
This led to signing a record deal with Times Beach Records, with whom she recorded two national records 'Million Year Old Sand in 2004, and Since I Fell in Love with the Music in 2006. Both records earned positive reviews, appearing in Time-Out NY, NME, Harp Magazine, Hour Detroit, Metro-Times, Real Detroit Weekly, The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press.
Emily Roses new album Wake Up Brave is a collection of intimate, confessional story songs that are peculiar but relatable. It has recently been awarded 2019s Outstanding Americana Recording at the Detroit Music Awards. This Detroit based singer/songwriter, poet, and storyteller tells unique tales with intricate guitar playing and heartfelt vocal resonance.
This is a special Sunday night concert event.
Show time is 7pm!
Tickets are $12. $9 for members of the Trinity House.
Trinity House Theatre (View)
38840 West Six Mile
Livonia, MI 48152
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|