Friday, October 4, 2019
7:00 pm Doors // 8:00 pm Music
$14 Advance // $18 At the door**
An intimate evening of music celebrating the release of indie-pop artist Kara Laudon's new album, 'Old Lives.'
**A portion of the proceeds from tickets sales will be donated to The Link, a Twin Cities-based non-profit that works with youth and families to overcome the impacts of poverty and social injustice.
Kara Laudon is a singer songwriter based in Minneapolis. Her intricate indie-pop numbers hide their power and trying themes inside surprising melodies and lush production. Her recent release, Old Lives, is a coming to terms with an unrecognizable younger self, while never foregoing song for message. Laudon's gentle and effortless delivery manages to magnify her gut-wrenching former truths. On setting out to remember who she's been, Kara Laudon has found herself in Old Lives.
David Gerald Sutton
Minneapolis-based five-string violinist, string arranger, and composer David Gerald Sutton has been able to find a unique voice in the world of music with his violin, not limited to the addition of an extra string on his instrument. Utilizing guitar effect pedals and taking a page from Ed Sheeran's book on looping, David has combined these electronic elements with almost 20 years of classical and jazz studies to carve out a place for the violin in today's world of pop music, both synthesized and organic. Whether he's providing a one-man orchestra for artists like Sucre & Michael Shynes, or writing and producing his own instrumental pop music, David has his hands in as many facets of the music world he possibly can. The emotion and passion that exudes from his playing can be felt by audiences of all ages and genre preferences, calming anxiety-driven minds and restoring fond memories of joy and wonder. From the streets of Minneapolis to venues across the nation, David Gerald Sutton is sure to provide an experience unlike any other heard from a violinist before.