February 16th & 17th
Two nights at The Earl with Blair Crimmins and The Hookers!
With Special guests Prisca on 2/16 and Chelsea Shag on 2/17!
Tickets are $12 or $20 for a weekend pass
Different shows each night with different openers
Doors open at 9pm
Opening act starts at 9:30
Blair Crimmins and The Hookers 10:30pm
Opening act on 2/16 Prisca
Soulful pop singer/songwriter and recording artist Prisca Strother crafts deep and raw tunes that emulate complex human relationships. She is an artist who embraces each moment while showcasing narrative lyrics with a gritty yet sincere performance. While listening to each song, story, or phrase, you learn more about yourself by the way you connect to her magnetically. Prisca has played piano for most of her life, creating a definitive sound fused into her unparalleled vocals. Found in of Atlanta, GA she has been called upon to write for both independent and label artists in the likes of Justin Bieber, Jesse McCartney, Ulrika, Kandace Springs, The Voice, American Idol, and many others.
Opening act on 2/17 Chelsea Shag
“Born and raised in Nova Scotia, Canada, Chelsea moved to Atlanta in 1996 where she developed the soul of the Southeast that can be heard in her music. After studying jazz guitar at the Atlanta Institute of Music, Chelsea began winning hearts performing throughout Atlanta and breaking through the feminine clichés. She is reinventing the image of females in music through her display of strong and unique songwriting with complex but catchy guitar style that she has been developing since the age of 11. Her live set is evocative of the spirit of the late 60’s. A funky groove, a reckless abandon, blistering solos, flower power, sunshine and rebellion. Her background vocal section flawlessly accentuates her command of the blues guitar, timbres fuse to create arrangements that are naturalistic and free spirited but simultaneously precise and intentional. The listener feels refreshed, invigorated and liberated, like a blue jay bathing in a fountain, singing sweet and sublime in a summer evening.”