Tickets: $20; Kids 14 and under, $5. Order tickets online. Note that there is $1.50 surcharge for each online ticket order. ADVANCE TICKET SALES END AT 3 P.M. DAY OF SHOW. ALL ADVANCE TICKET ORDERS ARE PICKED UP AT THE DOOR THE NIGHT OF THE SHOW. ADVANCE TICKETS ARE NOT MAILED. Tickets will be available at the door the night of the show. Note that we only accept checks and cash at the door. Doors open at 6:45.
Jenny Owen Youngs grew up in the forests of northern New Jersey and currently lives in Brooklyn, NY. After self-releasing her first album Batten the Hatches in 2005, Jenny went on to release two albums and three EPs through the Canadian indie label Nettwerk Records. She has toured extensively through the US, UK, and mainland Europe, both as headliner and support to artists such as Regina Spektor, Motion City Soundtrack, Aimee Mann, Kevin Devine, and Amanda Palmer. Her songs have been heard on Weeds, Nurse Jackie, Privileged, Life Unexpected, Switched at Birth, and in Victoria’s Secret stores the world over. We’re thrilled to kick off our 18th season with this popular indie singer-songwriter.
“Funny, smart and quirky. A truly unconventional singer-songwriter.”
Rita Houston for NPR
Think Joni Mitchell meets Laura Marling and you’ve got a good idea as to what Lily Mae, a 16-year-old contemporary folk singer-songwriter from Buckingham, PA sounds like. Lily has been performing since she was four and released her debut EP, Early Days, in October of 2012. Since then her music has been garnering airplay on WXPN as well as Folk Radio in the UK. Meanwhile, she’s been attracting the attention of other performers and music industry movers and shakers such as Jenny Owen Youngs and Bess Rogers, and composer and producer Dan Romer (Ingrid Michaelson, Jukebox the Ghost), all of whom have praised and posted Lily’s work.
“A sculptured voice from the soul of a tender heart. Lily Mae’s performance is a rare, nakedly powerful human expression that captivates.”
John Cole, WDVR FM