Doors, Bar & Restaurant open at 5:30. Music at 8:00. No Cover. Donations encouraged.
Friday April 3
“Landes seizes upon classic country songcraft...balancing humorous, winking gestures like ‘Why They Name Whiskey After Men’ against the sweetness and uncertainty of ’How to Say ’I Love You.’”
- Nashville Scene
“Studios showed her how hard the business is...then, as the female singer/songwriter "Bible" dictates, she went to Paris. Where, according to that same "Bible", she got her first contract and made her first CD.”
- HUFFINGTON POST
You might have heard Nashville-based singer-songwriter's music if you watch The Good Wife, House or Gossip Girl. She has appeared with the Boston Pops, the NYC Ballet and on the TED main stage. She’s a frequent collaborator with contemporaries such as Sufjan Stevens, Norah Jones and composer Nico Muhly.
Landes is accompanied by her husband, pianist Creighton Irons - an active musical director (Dreamland, Working, Kudzu, The People v. Mona, Diamond Studs) and teaching artist with the Roundabout Theatre, Lincoln Center Theater, Hunts Point Society for Children, the Shakespeare Society, Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Playmakers Rep, and others.
Recent critical praise for Landes’ ‘Meet Me at the River’ mentions the impressive coup of luring Country Music Hall of Fame producer Fred Foster (Dolly Parton, Merle Haggard, Kris Kristofferson) out of retirement give some bonafide credo to Landes’ fifth LP.
“Lushly orchestrated productions…..showcases Landes’ pristine vocals and the talents of her murderer’s row of a band” - Rolling Stone
”Dawn Landes is staking her claim in Nashville” - People