$10 in advance/$12 at the door
6:30pm doors/7pm showtime
A passionate songwriter with a softly vibrant, almost jazz crooner voice, Natalie Lovejoy, continues to weave her melodious story as an atmospheric folk pop singer based in the Twin Cities. Lovejoy holds the attention of anyone who appreciates authenticity and beautiful music. The grist of her life experiences can be heard in the deep grooves and dreamy melodies of her latest album, "Hiding in the Light," a work driven by Lovejoy's huge heart, luxurious voice, and a batch of tunes that suggest Sarah McLachlan holing up on a cold winter night with a string section. And while Lovejoy's first two albums, "Wish I could Fall" and "One False Move" are good introductions to her intimate style, the new Andy Thompson-produced collection of songs is her most full-bodied work to date. Her expressive music speaks of love, loss and longing. A gifted songwriter and a versatile pianist with no formal training, Lovejoy will win you over with her honest and vulnerable approach to music.
Chris Koza writes lyrics and songs that drift in through the ears then circulates throughout the body like a melody bonded to oxygen. He has toured the country and shared the stage with many amazing and notable artists such as Brandi Carlile, Neko Case, Ingrid Michaelson, The Jayhawks, Stephen Kellogg, Tift Merritt, Field Report, and others. Chris's music has appeared internationally on dozens of television and cable network programs, short films, documentaries, and feature films. When not on tour, he resides in Minneapolis, MN where you may find him dragging the lakes for forgotten treasure and refining an unstoppable left-handed hook shot.