Charleston Music Hall Presents:
Women & Petty: A Tribute to Tom Petty
Lindsay Holler, Hazel Ketchum, Hillary Arnold, Jo Kokri-Bhatt, Becca Smith, Cindy Jane Kearney, McKenzie Eddy, Jessica Mickey, Nora Roy
Fri · March 30, 2018
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
$15 - Advance | $17 - Day of Show
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Women & Petty: A Tribute to Tom Petty
We are thrilled to continue our 2018 Women & Series with Women & Petty: A Tribute to Tom Petty on Friday, Mar. 30th at 8PM! This show will feature some of Charleston’s best female vocalists and musicians.
The series is the brainchild of local musicians Lindsay Holler and Hazel Ketchum who thought it would be interesting to have women interpret the songs of Tom Waits back in 2015. It was a magical evening indeed. So magical, that we decided to keep the series rolling through 2016 and 2017 with Women & Young, Women & Bowie, Women & Dylan, Women & Radiohead, Women & The Rolling Stones, Women & Leonard Cohen, Women & Gram Parsons, Women & Cooke, and Dudes & Dolly. We have gathered an amazing and diverse line up of singers ranging from age 18 – 63! The evening will consist of two different bands backing these women with two sets. The Music Hall’s most successful local concert series to date, the “Women & Series” is a fun way to celebrate some of the artists we all love while also celebrating and encouraging our local musicians.
Lindsay Holler sings and plays guitar. her voice moves onto the sidewalk through a cracked upstairs window on dusky afternoons. it smells you with its tongue, pensively considers, and strikes. In clubs and theatres … its the same. On some occasions it caresses; other times accuses. When amplified it can be seen on the air … then we all drown.
Holler lives in Charleston, South Carolina. She is a singer/songwriter and concert producer. She hails the South as home and has lived in New Orleans and New York; she studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston. The music’s current state of evolution is supported by a little twang and a little late-night clarity.
Holler cites influences from the likes of Tom Waits, Gram Parsons, Nina Simone and Neil Young - preferring genre straddlers, categorical misfits and indefinables.
Photo by Badjon Photography
Hazel Ketchum is a singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist. Hazel plays guitar with the Hungry Monks , lute with Corde Contanti, guitar in the Irish duo Banna de Dhá and is the drummer for The Harrows. Hazel’s teaching studio Hungry Monk Music is a popular place for children and adults to learn music. Hazel can be heard on her newest recordings The Hungry Monks “Superior Crust” , Banna de Dhá “Band of Two” and “Science Songs Rock”
Hillary Arnold is lead vocalist, band leader and song writer for She Goes He Goes, a swing band based in Charleston, SC. Hillary and her family have made Charleston their home for the last 16 years. Upcoming performances include CHEX, a regional swing dancing event in May 2018. Having enjoyed performing for the Women and Cohen show in 2017, she looks forward to being a part of Women and Petty.
Ms. Jo is a full-time professional musician, having been featured at festivals and on independent radio around the nation. She runs a small music studio behind the South Windermere Plaza near downtown Charleston. There and in the larger community, she teaches piano, voice and ukulele, currently referring other instrument lessons. Jo also performs at events and venues and records vocals at her studio. She has decades of experience performing and almost a decade teaching. Visit her website today: www.homeworksmusicstudio.com.
Becca Smith never meets a stranger. She's been singing since her days in the crib, but her life changed forever when she picked up the guitar at age 8. "Music is my confidant, my companion, and my greatest love affair. There was never a eureka moment that showed me this. For as long as I can remember, it's just been a part of me," Smith says. Becca is a South Carolina native and graduated from the College of Charleston in 2015 with degrees in German and Arts Management. She has performed on Balcony TV Charleston and Lowcountry Live and is currently co-producing her debut, original album at Truphonic Studios in West Ashley, due out early 2018. Becca Smith is an old soul, an open heart, and on a mission to chance the world through her love for music.
Cindy Jane Kearney
Cindy Jane Kearney is a vocalist, pianist and songwriter. Her vocal style is strongly influenced by Anita O'Day, Aretha Franklin, Rosemary Clooney, Ella Fitzgerald, and Chaka Khan to name a few. Before moving to Charleston she formally studied jazz and performed jazz, blues, and R&B music throughout the Atlanta area with various groups. Since moving to Charleston, she has continued to perform, most often with a group she and her husband, Matt Kearney, formed, called J.A.N.E. (acronym for Jazz Always Never Ends). They've released one cd called "Cool Jane". In addition, Cindy has taught music privately at Hungry Monk Music for the last 11 years.
McKenzie Eddy moved back to Charleston, SC three years ago after a 6 year stint in NYC as a professional musician and President of Bluroc Records. She has toured with many prominent hip hop artists such as Curren$y, Big K.R.I.T., MURS, and more.
When she moved to Charleston, she linked up with Elliott A. Smith and the two perform as a duo around town, and also have a larger act that incorporates hip hop and spoken word called The Very Hypnotic Soul Band.
She and Smith are currently working on an album for McKenzie's next solo album, as well as for the big band.
She also sits on the board of BACE League, and is an actively engaged community organizer.
Jessica Mickey has performed, written, and promoted various forms of comedy in the Lowcountry for more than 12 years. A company member at Charleston's Theatre 99 since 2003, she regularly performs locally and regionally as stand-up comedian, writer, and improviser. Mickey is a founding member of improv foursome Mary Kay has a Posse and the two-person team Little Miss Codependent. She has has written and performed sketch comedy with various groups and hosted and presented stand-up comedy events at numerous Charleston venues as well.
Nora Roy grew up listening to her moms doo-wop & soul records and her dads 70's rock n roll. Her first CD was Al Green's Greatest hits. She's been playing guitar and singing since 15, however she only recently started sharing her talents. You can find her band Nora Waa at The Tin Roof in West Ashley April 15th.