Jenn Rogar Steve Key Hannah Jane Kile : an evening of Americana and Folk music730pm to 10:30 pm
Luna's Cafe and Juice Bar 1414 16th Street, Sacramento, Ca
Jenn Rogar, Steve Key and Hannah Jane Kile perform an evening of Folk and Americana music. Hannah Jane Kile is an enormous talent and tours the State of California and beyond. Steve Key is a Central Coast based performer and host of Songwriters at Play and a former Nashville Singer-Songwriter. Jenn Rogar is a local Singer-Songwriter recently nominated for a Sammie award.
Hannah Jane Kile is a singer, multi-instrumentalist, & composer who often draws comparisons to her heroes, Bonnie Raitt, Norah Jones, & Sara Bareilles.
She has performed at countless venues including the Strawberry Music Festival & California Worldfest, NPR's Tiny Dest Contest, and Good Day Sacramento. She has toured the Pacific Northwest and the Midwest.
She is a favorite opener among national acts some of which include Grammy winning Patty Griffin, Ingrid Michelson, blues legend Carolyn Wonderland, & jazz heroes Sammy Miller & The Congregation. https://hannahjanekile.com/
Hannah will be accompanied by her band.
Steve Key is an award-winning songwriter, performer and recording artist, best known as the writer of "33, 45, 78 (Record Time)" recorded by country music star Kathy Mattea. Steve's songs have been covered by dozens of folk, pop, blues, and country artists. Steve recorded for New York's Fast Folk label, which is now part of the Folkways collection at the Smithsonian. Steve now lives in Shell Beach and produces more than 200 music events each year under the banner of Songwriters at Play at many venues on California's Central Coast. He recently performed at the Live Oak Music Festival in Santa Barbara. Preview Steve's music at http://stevekey.com/music.html.
Jenn Rogar is a singer-songwriter who was recently nominated for a SAMME award for best Singer-Songwriter and has performed at restaurants, clubs, peace rallies,festivals, cable television and fundraisers.
Jenn Rogar began as a topical songwriter in the tradition of Buffy Sainte Marie, Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie, and Holly Near and is also musically influenced by Sarah Vaughn, Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland. Her voice is described as having "a naturalness " soothing and pure".
Jenn has marched, protested and sang at various rallies and events in Yuba City, Sacramento, Davis and San Francisco supporting Native American rights, freedom from domestic violence, human rights and peace, the environment, women's rights and civil rights. Jenn's current musical project is to create a third album blending jazz, folk and activism. This series of EP Albums will be out in June. http://jennrogar.com/
Jenn will be accompanied by guitarist Terry Allwein and drummer Fred Nelson Jr.
Parking is available on 17th Street between L Street and Capitol Avenue for $2 all night and is just two blocks away from Luna's Cafe.
$8 at the door . All ages welcome! Wheelchair accessible.