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Wednesday April 10 2024
  7:00PM doors -- music at 8:00PM
$30 in advance / $40 at the door
Anthony Green
 indie folk
Kayleigh Goldsworthy
 indie pop


Anthony Green
-from Doylestown, PA
-Maybe it’s the fact that he’s made it this far, despite every roadblock life could throw his way, that has instilled such a newfound confidence in Green’s songwriting; maybe it’s coming to understand what it means to live with a bipolar diagnosis; or maybe it’s just that he’s a father now and really, really misses his family while on tour. Regardless of the motivation behind it, Would You Still Be In Love is undeniably Anthony’s most honest and best work to date.

Artistically speaking, songs like “Changing Shape” and “You’re So Dead Meat” are among the records strongest displays of growth for Green, with his earth-quivering, signature vocals layered effortlessly atop delicate and timeless arrangements. He also brilliantly covers the song “Love” from the 1973 Disney film Robin Hood, and does so in such a genuine way that you’d think it was penned by his own hand.

But the moment Anthony shines the brightest is also the realest, on album closer “Real Magic.” The demons Anthony faces across Would You Still Be In Love are the same he’s been fighting all along, but here, he takes solace in understanding how alike we all are in these emotional shortcomings. It’s a metaphor for the record and really, where Anthony Green is at in his life today; it’s about appreciating what you’ve got regardless of the insurmountable odds that may stand in your way.

Kayleigh Goldsworthy
-from Nashville, TN
-Kayleigh Goldsworthy’s story doesn’t begin without music. Her parents met near Syracuse, when her mom auditioned for her dad’s band. Following that origin point, Kayleigh taught herself piano via Tori Amos and Ben Folds, gained early confidence from Gwen Stefani’s badass frontwoman arc, and formed The Scarlet Ending with her twin sister in junior high. After the siblings disbanded in 2011, Kayleigh relocated to New York City and began writing what would become her debut LP Burrower. Burrower dropped in 2013, just in time for her move to Los Angeles and transition into work as a hired gun, performing everywhere from Coachella to the Corona Capital Festival in Mexico City. Three years after Burrower, Kayleigh moved again, this time to Nashville, joining Dave Hause’s band and continuing her stacked touring career. Her follow-up to Burrower would follow in 2018, the Arun Bali-produced All These Miles EP. At the beginning of 2020, Kayleigh joined up with Will Yip to start work on her Memory Music debut. During the extended time away from the road, her songwriting grew deeper and mirrored her internal monologue about her place in the music industry, threading together a cohesive narrative with this newfound clarity. Ahead of its unveiling, Kayleigh shares “Overambitious,” an explosive pop-rock exploration of knowing one’s worth, and “Leave the Light On,” a piano-driven ballad that meditates on grace and boundaries in the face of second chances.