$5, 8pm doors, 9pm show for an evening full of energetic folk and country-influenced soul music.
Presenting an informative/interactive workshop on the benefits of music for mental health. Open to the public, at cost. More information at the link provided.
Kathryn Rose Wood reunites with "Music for Mental Health Benefit Concert" musicians Alfred Banks, Mia Borders, Mike Doussan & Kei Slaughter as each artist brings their keyed-up full bands to the Three Keys to celebrate uplifting mental health music during the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Summer Conference. Open to the public, no charge.
Braun-Wood Duo (Mikayla Braun + Kathryn Rose Wood) play 11a-1p at the family friendly, free Arts Council "De-Stress" day at Duncan Plaza in the Medical District. Join us!
Part of my new monthly all-femme songwriter series at One Eyed Jacks' Front Room every First Sunday of the month. Featuring Aussie-turned-New Orleanian Zoe K. and local folk-rock diva Lilli Lewis, our second installment will see lots of gritty soul and witty pop. No cover, two sets at 9pm and 10pm.
Happy Hour solo set, all ages/free.
No cover, 18+, happy hour specials and full food menu, rounded out with a songwriter-in-the-round with Keith Burnstein (Kettle Black) and George Wilde (Nebula Rosa).
Kathryn Rose Wood trio set (Joel Zobrist on drums, Keith Burnside on keys) from 7-8:30pm opening up for the Blonde Roses. No cover, beautiful lounge space, great drinks. Join us!
Kathryn Rose Wood trio (guitar, bass, drums) from 2-5pm at 30x90 on Frenchmen. Get your Saturday moving right with some laid-back soul/folk (free) sounds, and delicious drinks on a legendary street.
Our monthly all-femme, First Sunday songwriter series continues with Dominique LeJeune (The Chevrettes, DJ Domminomnom) and Dusky Waters. Bringing a mix of traditional folk, gospel, blues, and rockabilly stylings to the stage, join us for song-trades at 9pm and 10pm. Free show, 21+
Kathryn and her band are the featured musical guest at New Orleans Museum of Art's weekly "Friday Nights at NOMA" event. All ages, $10 admission, includes access to the museum.
Presenting the 2nd Annual Music for Mental Health Benefit, created in commemoration of National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Line-up includes Mike Doussan, Mykia Jovan, Dominic Minix (Yung Vul), Julie Odell, and more. Further details TBA.