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Kasey Williams Live w/ Carrie Welling
March 22 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Joining us, as Kasey Williams accompanied by Carrie Welling, play for us on Friday night starting at 7pm. Taking reservations now, call us at 301-678-6460.
With a sweet voice evoking Ingrid and smart lyrics like Regina Specktor, singer-songwriter, Kasey Williams reveals a lot about her life and experiences through her music and performance on stage. Originally from East Tennessee, the self-taught musician found herself intensely drawn to songwriting after working as an actress in New York City. Writing and performing her own music began as a hobby for Williams, but after the tragic loss of her father in a car accident she found herself turning to music more and more. She soon went on to release her debut self-titled EP in 2014 in honor of her father, who was also a musician. Her song “Out of Breath’ was voted Top Ten on Women of Substance Radio, and her songwriting landed her performances in multiple festivals, including 30A Songwriters Festival in Santa Rosa Beach, FL.
Williams recently finished recording her sophomore EP and it is set to release in March, 2019. Williams’ folk-pop lyrics are honest, her melodies are memorable, and her outgoing personality shines on stage.
No stranger to change or the journey that comes with it, Carrie Welling has been behind the wheel of her musical experience from a young age. The newly minted indie pop songstress has carved a remarkable path of sound and story, with all roads leading to her recent rebirth as a solo artist in Nashville, TN. Her bold, rich voice, reminiscent of Natalie Maines and Stevie Nicks, is upstaged only by the genuine love and confidence this natural performer exudes on stage.
Melodies rich in country roots, paired with edgy rock lyrics drenched in Welling’s city-bred past are stunningly showcased in “The Edge,” Welling’s latest EP, produced by Dave Pittenger and crowd-funded through independent artist ambassador, Pledge Music. From the arena-pleasing, empowering track, “How To Lose Him,” to the vulnerably honest, “Some Kind of Vulture,” fans of all ages and musical tastes will find a piece of themselves in Welling’s work.