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Kat McLevey at Folk Night
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David Dalton
2016-01-11 04:59:50 UTC
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This Wednesday, January 13, 9--11:30 p.m., at Folk Night at
The Ship Pub in St. John's, Newfoundland, the headliner
will be Kat McLevey.

Cover is $5, there are door prizes, there is an open
mic set between the two headline sets, and open mic
performers get a free beer. Also the kitchen is open
until 8 p.m.

Here is the blurb from http://nlfolk.com/folknight.php# :

Since entering the vibrant music scene in her hometown of St. John's in
2012, multi- instrumentalist and songwriter Kat McLevey has become one
of Newfoundland and Labrador's most prestigious up-and-coming singer/
songwriters. She shows a depth well beyond her years, combining her
strong sense of melody, articulate guitar playing and clever lyrical
approach to create a style reminiscent of many, yet still all her own.

Some reviews:
"...a thoughtful young writer with poise and self-awareness beyond her
years."
‹ Vish Khana, Exclaim! Magazine "Kat McLevey is a genius.

"Her writing, musicianship, and all-around creativity has captured my
admiration (and perhaps a bit of envy)."
‹ Chris Kirby, Dipole Productions

"I believe that Kat McLevey is the most promising, new musical talent in
Newfoundland. Her level of skill as a songwriter, singer and
multi-instrumentalist is both intimidating and inspiring and forces
people like myself to dig deeper and work harder at my craft."
‹ Andrew James O'Brien, Fortunate Ones

Her web site is http://www.katmclevey.com/ .

Hopefully the forecast snow or rain will be rain and/or
will hold off until after 11:30 p.m.


Next week (January 20) the headliners will be
Sherry Ryan & Darren Browne of Flower Hill.
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"Remember how I found you there/Alone in your electric chair
I told you dirty jokes until you smiled" (Billy Joel)
David Dalton
2016-01-14 06:01:20 UTC
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Post by David Dalton
This Wednesday, January 13, 9--11:30 p.m., at Folk Night at
The Ship Pub in St. John's, Newfoundland, the headliner
will be Kat McLevey.
Cover is $5, there are door prizes, there is an open
mic set between the two headline sets, and open mic
performers get a free beer. Also the kitchen is open
until 8 p.m.
Since entering the vibrant music scene in her hometown of St. John's in
2012, multi- instrumentalist and songwriter Kat McLevey has become one
of Newfoundland and Labrador's most prestigious up-and-coming singer/
songwriters. She shows a depth well beyond her years, combining her
strong sense of melody, articulate guitar playing and clever lyrical
approach to create a style reminiscent of many, yet still all her own.
"...a thoughtful young writer with poise and self-awareness beyond her
years."
‹ Vish Khana, Exclaim! Magazine "Kat McLevey is a genius.
"Her writing, musicianship, and all-around creativity has captured my
admiration (and perhaps a bit of envy)."
‹ Chris Kirby, Dipole Productions
"I believe that Kat McLevey is the most promising, new musical talent in
Newfoundland. Her level of skill as a songwriter, singer and
multi-instrumentalist is both intimidating and inspiring and forces
people like myself to dig deeper and work harder at my craft."
‹ Andrew James O'Brien, Fortunate Ones
Her web site is http://www.katmclevey.com/ .
Hopefully the forecast snow or rain will be rain and/or
will hold off until after 11:30 p.m.
Next week (January 20) the headliners will be
Sherry Ryan & Darren Browne of Flower Hill.
Kat McLevey, who just finished high school this past
year and is now enrolled at the Berklee School of
Music in Boston, and who has an EP and a full-length
CD out, really impressed me tonight. And there was
a good turnout despite the slightly bad weather.
--
David Dalton ***@nfld.com http://www.nfld.com/~dalton (home page)
http://www.nfld.com/~dalton/dtales.html Salmon on the Thorns (mystic page)
"You've been so long/Well, it's been so long
And I've been putting out fire/with gasoline" (David Bowie)
David Dalton
2016-01-14 06:04:38 UTC
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Post by David Dalton
This Wednesday, January 13, 9--11:30 p.m., at Folk Night at
The Ship Pub in St. John's, Newfoundland, the headliner
will be Kat McLevey.
Cover is $5, there are door prizes, there is an open
mic set between the two headline sets, and open mic
performers get a free beer. Also the kitchen is open
until 8 p.m.
Since entering the vibrant music scene in her hometown of St. John's in
2012, multi- instrumentalist and songwriter Kat McLevey has become one
of Newfoundland and Labrador's most prestigious up-and-coming singer/
songwriters. She shows a depth well beyond her years, combining her
strong sense of melody, articulate guitar playing and clever lyrical
approach to create a style reminiscent of many, yet still all her own.
"...a thoughtful young writer with poise and self-awareness beyond her
years."
‹ Vish Khana, Exclaim! Magazine "Kat McLevey is a genius.
"Her writing, musicianship, and all-around creativity has captured my
admiration (and perhaps a bit of envy)."
‹ Chris Kirby, Dipole Productions
"I believe that Kat McLevey is the most promising, new musical talent in
Newfoundland. Her level of skill as a songwriter, singer and
multi-instrumentalist is both intimidating and inspiring and forces
people like myself to dig deeper and work harder at my craft."
‹ Andrew James O'Brien, Fortunate Ones
Her web site is http://www.katmclevey.com/ .
Hopefully the forecast snow or rain will be rain and/or
will hold off until after 11:30 p.m.
Next week (January 20) the headliners will be
Sherry Ryan & Darren Browne of Flower Hill.
Kat McLevey, who just finished high school this past
year and is now enrolled at the Berklee School of
Music
That should be Berklee College of Music.
Post by David Dalton
in Boston, and who has an EP and a full-length
CD out, really impressed me tonight. And there was
a good turnout despite the slightly bad weather.
--
David Dalton ***@nfld.com http://www.nfld.com/~dalton (home page)
http://www.nfld.com/~dalton/dtales.html Salmon on the Thorns (mystic page)
"You've been so long/Well, it's been so long
And I've been putting out fire/with gasoline" (David Bowie)
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