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GIRLBOSS

Isa & Jude presents

GIRLBOSS

Liz Cooper & The Stampede, Emma Hern, Leah Blevins, Whoa Dakota, Nightingail

Wed · February 1, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 18 and over

Isa & Jude presents

GIRLBOSS

featuring:
Liz Cooper & the Stampede
Emma Hern
Leah Blevins
Whoa Dakota
Nighingail

Hosted by comedian MK Gannon

Liz Cooper & The Stampede
Liz Cooper & The Stampede
From the tender age of one to the invincible age of 23, Liz Cooper has been moving and traveling through America and through life to the beat of her own drum. Wanderlust has been in her bones since birth and it translates through her music and songwriting in it’s own unique way. Leaving behind her family, friends and college golf scholarship (yes, she can kick your ass on the links and do it with a smile), she hit the road and headed for Nashville, Tennessee, a place she has been calling home for the past 4 years. After wandering around Nashville for the first few months she eventually found her niche at Nashville Music House Studio. Not only is this where her first EP “Monsters” was recorded and mixed, but also where she met a group of friends to begin the full band experience. The Stampede consists of Liz Cooper on lead vocals and rhythm/lead guitar, from Atlanta, Georgia, Grant Prettyman on bass and native Tennessean, Ky Baker on drums. Predominantly playing as a three piece, Liz Cooper & The Stampede is a folk, psychedelic rock band who’s influences include everything from the sights, sounds and smells of the 60‘s and 70‘s to the sights, sounds, smells and all of the feels of today.
Emma Hern
Emma Hern
Emma Hern bridges the time gap with her retro rock and soul sound. Her music is steeped in the late 60’s and early 70’s rock and blues she was raised on in Richmond, Virginia, while her electricity on stage is a fresh force to be reckoned with.

After graduating from Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music, she moved to Nashville looking to expand her musicality. Her first months were spent absorbing all that Music City had to offer, all the while bringing life to her new creative vision.

She wasted no time integrating herself into the local music scene. Within her first year, she has played a long list of prestigious Nashville venues and showcases, and capped it off with a slot at Pilgrimage Music Festival, which Rolling Stone named, “festival to watch.”
Leah Blevins
Leah Blevins
Leah Blevins is a singer/songwriter residing in Nashville, TN, she has found her niche in the Country genre. Her bluesy style is expressed and felt through song and she relentlessly captivates music listeners with her haunting voice and touching lyrics.
Whoa Dakota
Whoa Dakota
Since the release of her latest EP, “I’m a Liar” in 2015, Whoa Dakota (Jessica Ott) has truly come into her own. Building on the blues-based roots of her former band of the same name, Jess has grown her musical interests and influences, resulting in an amalgam of digital pop and R&B. Employing the help of local Nashville producers Gavin Shea and Chris Gill of HandMade Productions, Whoa Dakota has created a sound that truly stands out amongst her Nashville peers. From the grooving bass lines of “Mess Things Up” to the dreamy mellotron arrangements of the EP opening number, “Fragile Youth”, “I’m a Liar" has combined Ott's head-turning vocal with a pleasing blend of heartfelt lyrics and futuristic soundscapes. The newly released first single and video, “Banshee” was recently picked up by Nashville’s “Lightning 100” and is spun regularly as she continues to generate a solid buzz with her newly-founded solo efforts. As her momentum continues to grow heading into 2016, Whoa Dakota continues to be at the forefront of Music City’s up and comers. Download or stream “I’m a Liar” on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, etc.
Nightingail
Nightingail
With the release of her self-titles debut EP “Nightingail”, Alicia Gail brings a classic jazz feel to indie pop. Lush with layered backing vocals, addicting hooks, and a cinematic feel, each song gives off a dreamlike aesthetic.

Although the songs are diverse from one another, there is a glue that holds her music together- those simple yet haunting melodies. With a nod to her earliest influences, Alicia Gail continues to write her own personal, wistful and earnest collection of songs. Growing up in the south, it’s not surprising that gospel, blues and jazz were the beginning of her understanding music and its emotion.

We hope you enjoy your time listening.
Venue Information:
The High Watt
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203
http://thehighwatt.com/