Queer women deserve to be seen. They deserve to hear Queer voices, sing Queer songs, and share space together. It is time Queer Women get what they deserve. Share an intimate evening of community, music, and healing. Lesbian singer/songwriters’ Jessie Standafer & Cassidy Andrews have curated a night of music presented exclusively by Lesbian, Bisexual, and Queer women + femmes, and they want YOU in the room! For full schedule and tickets, please visit http://www.ticketfly.com/
Come and be part of the queerest thing to ever hit Rockwood Music Hall on NYC’s Lower East Side.
Lenaé A. Harris
The women featured in this evening have toured and shared the stage with Ingrid Michaelson, Josh Kelley, Natasha Beddingfield, Mieka Pauly, Bess Rogers, Lelia Broussard, Vanessa Carlton, Dar Williams, Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers, Rosi Golan, Kate Voegele and many more.
Thursday, October 18, 2018, General Admission
Doors: 6:30 PM
Show: 7:00 PM
Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 3 185 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
ABOUT JESSIE STANDAFER
With an insatiable passion for LGBTQ representation in music, Jessie does not wait for permission to make art happen and lives by the radical belief that artists have the power to direct culture. She has returned to the socially conscious roots of pop music to produce & amplify revolutionary content. With a voice like honey & lightning, Jessie makes music that defies easy categorization; she is a musical activist, writing music and creating visual content that advocates for lesbian representation, racial equity, and cannabis legalization. Jessie is a living, breathing rainbow…the future is femme.
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ABOUT CASSIDY ANDREWS
Cassidy Andrews picked up a guitar when a woman broke her heart for the first time at age 13. She has gone on connect with audiences about all things melancholy, attempting to compensate for sad songs with jokes and charm. After playing venues varying from zoos to colleges, bars to music halls, cafes to living rooms, there’s a comfort the audience in the ease of her performances. Her EP “Through the Dark”, recorded and released in Brooklyn, NY, haunts melodically and tells the truth lyrically. “Love is only as love does, and not as it seems/Oh, if all the dreams could be, then they would not be dreams.” Known to sit down to the piano for an emotional ballad, a duet with a fiddle player for a folky, upbeat song about infidelity, or share a brand new song at an intimate New York City venue, Andrews isn’t one to shy away from a story. She brings people back to their love for old-fashioned singer/songwriters, with a modern twist. Her new single “What Was Wrong” will be released November 2018.
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