Starts in 8 Days, 23 Hours
November 27, 2017 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Jackpot Music Hall
943 Massachusetts St Lawrence, KS
Michael Stephenson – https://www.facebook.com/michael.stephenson.54/about?lst=16833567%3A500548048%3A1510001810§ion=education&pnref=about
Outlaw June – With a voice like liquid honey and lyrics that paint colorful images in your mind, A Blacksmith’s Daughter lives and breathes the stories she tells.
She leaves her heart on the stage and for those who listen, a connection is made. She is sure to bring goosebumps to your cheeks and a tear to your eye.
Jake Stanton – is a singer-songwriter and guitarist from Kansas City, Missouri. His songs offer a unique, yet relatable take on the modern human condition. Stanton often uses the lyrical subject of his internal dialogue to engage his listeners.
After years of refining his craft and working the local scene in Kansas City, Stanton released his first solo EP, “Alone Talk” in April of 2016. Following the release of “Alone Talk”, Stanton spent the spring and summer touring the west coast and midwest in support of the album.
Stanton is currently working on a full length album, expected in the fall of 2017
Kelly Hunt – is a singer-songwriter of Americana/Roots music. Born and raised in Memphis, TN, she now calls Kansas City home. Kelly’s primary instrument is her voice, which rings out with confidence and clarity of someone who has been singing all her life. Accompanied by her 1920s tenor banjo, Kelly’s songs meld traditions of folk, blues, classic country, and old-time music for a sound that is all her own. Her songwriting springs from a place of rich imagery and bespeaks a genuine love of storytelling. Kelly is currently recording her first album (featuring multi-instrumentalist Stas’ Heaney), which she hopes to make available by early winter 2017.
Stas’ Heaney is a classically-trained percussionist, pianist, and violinist. But a 19th c. fiddle is his instrument of choice when playing with Kelly. His deft instrumentals lend a vibrance and richness to Kelly’s songs, weaving between banjo and vocals with graceful precision.