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GIRLBOSS

GIRLBOSS

Wed · October 25, 2017

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 18 and over

Frances & The Foundation
Frances & The Foundation
Filled with the band’s signature rock ‘n’ roll guitars and Frances’ stunning vocals, the tongue-in-cheek track opens a dialogue about unwanted and uncomfortable situations women are placed in on a sometimes regular basis. - Substream Magazine
With a booming glam rock shuffle, arena sing-along melody, and swaggering badassery, Samantha Frances and her band make you take notice immediately. - Pop Matters
The grinding drum beat and melody provide a catharsis reminding you that no matter how pissed you are, you always have a choice to let go. - Ghettoblaster Magazine


Frances and the Foundation's influences derive from the world around them, but ultimately comes from the mind and soul of Samantha. Frances' relatable lyrics and versatile vocal styles has lead them to unique opportunities, including shows with punk veterans The GasLight Anthem and Grammy Award winning-rockers The Alabama Shakes.

Frances & the Foundation New Record Nothing is Perfect Everything is Fine out now.
Katie Pruitt
Katie Pruitt
Katie Pruitt is an up and coming singer/songwriter to the Nashville scene. Influenced heavily by Joni Mitchell, Amy Winehouse, Bonnie Raitt and Janis Joplin, her music is a combination of old school blues and pop rock. Her emphasis on lyrics will take listeners along as she conveys truth and emotional honesty through her writing.
Molly Rocket
Molly Rocket
Molly Rocket is a Power Piano Pop Rock Party in a bottle. Composed of Wesleyan University Graduates Molly Rocket and S. Atticus Swartwood, the Nashville duo is primed to explode with their blend of pop, soul, rock, and punk. The pair looks to shatter expectations and do something that has become very difficult—make artistically expressive popular music. Molly was born and raised in Downtown Manhattan and carries its in-your-face attitude with her in wherever she goes. While also born in The City, Atticus was raised in Des Moines, Iowa, and brings something that can be hard to find in New York--Midwestern positive vibes. After founding the band in 2012, they realized this was a golden combo. Molly Rocket is nuclear reactor of patriarchy-smashing emotional energy, built to super-charge everyone that hears it. Now based in Nashville, Tennessee, that band is looking to spread that energy across the world. To get a taste, look no further than the groups new single and music video “Friction (Dat Booty Doh).” Dubbed a “Feminist Party Anthem” by No Country For New Nashville, the video shows that women can buck stereo-types and have a good time doing it.
Venue Information:
The High Watt
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203
http://thehighwatt.com/