The Changeups with special guests Gambler’s Daughter (Americana/Indie Rock) $7
Friday, June 8 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Changeups are an Americana band who play country and rock but also dabble in indie, pop, blues, folk and bluegrass—no songs about baseball…yet.
Alicia Kay wrote her first song and joined her first band over a dozen years ago. After two band experiences, she found she was hooked on singing and performing and started The Changeups in mid-2009 based on her songs. She is joined by original member Jimmy Baker, long-time member Aaron Rosener and new member Jeff Ellington. Their various backgrounds as rock, country, R&B, folk, rockabilly and punk musicians make for a distinct sound changing the song style throughout a performance. Alicia’s emotional lyrics and twangy heartfelt singing trickled in with Jimmy’s fun pop songs charm any audience.
Gambler’s Daughter is the musical persona and band of singer/songwriter Jessa Roquet. Roquet’s music blends poetic lyricism with her rich heritage in folk music, heartfelt rock, and a touch of soulful blues. As the daughter of musicians immersed in the thriving folk scene of the 1960’s, Jessa Roquet was raised into a family culture of tight harmonies, storytelling, and guitars. Since the days of being hauled from gig to gig in the family station wagon, she has built a musical treasure chest of her own, a breadth of musical poetry, painting stories from the interpersonal to the ethereal.
9pm Gambler’s Daughter
10pm The Changeups
RESERVATIONS WORK LIKE ADVANCE TICKETS
Call 612-379-3138 to save your spot!
$7 cover charges on the tab.