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Femme Fronted Weekend – Night 2
Sunday, January 12th @ 8:00 pm - Monday, January 13th @ 1:00 am
Fascinoma is a folk-pop / performance art ensemble fronted by Alanna Lin Ramage and supported by a diverse stable of talented geezerhozen. Based in Los Angeles, though hailing from the smoky backwaters of Cleveland, OH, Ramage captivates audiences with soothing vocals, humor, poetry, and just enough performance art to keep things interesting. Fox Television’s American Dad featured her song, “I’m Walking This Road Because You Stole My Car (Don’t Go)” in a love story between a boy and a cat. Her latest, not-yet-released album, Now Now Chairmeowww is currently being reviewed by authorities for measles and will be available as a limited edition art print and experience in 2020.
Astyn Turr is a singer-songwriter based in LA. New to the music scene, she is developing her sound to include her indie, R&B/Soul, jazz, gospel, and pop influences. Since graduating from Azusa Pacific University in 2019, she has worked singing with Andy Grammer, and arranging/singing with Hamilton’s original Aaron Burr, Leslie Odom Jr. Turr’s cover of Emily King’s “What Love Is” drew attention from Emily King herself, as well as Justin Timberlake and Sara Bareilles. Her original song “Maybe It’s Okay” was submitted for the 2019 Tiny Desk Contest and was featured among one of the “Entries That Impressed Us This Week” page on the NPR Music page. Her authentic and soulful sound is magnetic and powerfully draws her listeners in.
No No Nightshade
The members of indie folk rock band No No Nightshade hail from all over the world, and grew up listening to a wide variety of musical genres. With influences from Jenny Lewis to Fleetwood Mac, to grandpa’s radio polka, the group finds organic moments for their individual tastes to shine through. Almost a year in, they’ve never had more fun making music.