Joe Wortell and the Natural Law / Kent Rose / Kitty Donohoe

Event Information

Date & Time:Thu, 07/12/2018 - 7:00pm - 11:00pm
Info:

JOE WORTELL AND THE NATURAL LAW: 9:00 - 11:00 pm
21+ / free street parking

Have you seen Joe and his outfit yet?
If not, you're in for a real treat!

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KENT ROSE: THE VOICE THAT REMEMBERS: 8:15 - 9:00 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5dCm_Xw7ZM&feature=youtu.be

v=T5dCm_Xw7ZM&feature=youtu.beKent Rose, the Voice that Remembers, is a soulful Americana singer & songwriter who channels the sounds of Hank Sr and Buddy Holly in his songs.

http://www.kentrose.com/ https://www.facebook.com/kentrosemusic/
http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/kentrose
https://www.facebook.com/kentrose

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KITTY DONOHOE: 7:30 - 8:15 pm

http://kittydonohoe.com/

“Kitty Donohoe is a true treasure – a rare songwriter with tremendous range, a beautiful voice and an ability to write haunting, melodic and literate songs. She deserves a wider audience.” All Music Guide

Rich Warren of WFMT Chicago has included Kitty on his list of the ’50 most significant songwriters in the last 50 years.’

Michigan Emmy award-winning songwriter Kitty Donohoe was born into a large, creative family outside of Detroit and has been ‘making up’ songs for as long as she can remember. Describing her music as ‘folky, bluesy, Irishy, American, Canadianish’, she draws from her roots to create music that is uniquely her own ~ music that’s ‘haunting, melodic and literate’ ~ All Music Guide. With a love of language, an innate sense of melody, and the soul of a storyteller, she backs herself on piano, guitar and cittern with equal finesse, but she sees these skills as mostly providing the foundation for the music she writes, both songs and instrumentals. ‘Kitty creates a glorious sound’ ~ Sing Out. Kitty’s latest CD, ‘The Irishman’s Daughter’, combines her original pieces with some traditional music and is getting great reviews.‘Kitty is making a name for herself in Irish America and you can see why from the high quality of the work here.‘ Irish Music Magazine. Singing her songs with a ‘soaring voice’ (Victory Music Review) she often performs solo, but can ramp it up when joined by Canadian Len Wallace on accordion, Luke Panning on fiddle, or ‘uber multi-instrumentalist’ David Mosher on pretty much everything else. In 2002 Kitty was awarded an Emmy for her 9/11 song ‘There Are No Words’, which led to it’s use in a film and an appearance at the Pentagon for the dedication of the Pentagon 9/11 Memorial.

Venue Information

Name:Montrose Room
Address:5300 N. River Road ROsemont, IL 60018
Website:http://www.facebook.com/MontroseRoom
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