The Katie Henry Band, Matt Rhodes, Addy Baddy, Isabel Sartain

The Katie Henry Band

Matt Rhodes

Addy Baddy

Isabel Sartain

Wednesday, July 31

Doors: 7:15 pm / Show: 7:45 pm

$8.00 - $13.00

This event is 18 and over

  • Matt Rhodes - 7:45
  • Isabel Sartain - 8:30 
  • The Katie Henry Band - 9:15
  • Addy Baddy - 10:25

The Katie Henry Band
The Katie Henry Band
Singer/songwriter and multi instrumentalist Katie Henry has been absorbing the life-altering glory of rock and blues music since her parents first put needle to vinyl. From her musical upbringing in the mountains of North Jersey to cutting her
teeth in the New York City circuit, Katie channels all of her experience into her own distinctive sound. Whether she is crafting lyrics and melodies, soloing on her Gibson SG guitar, tickling the keys of a Vintage Vibe, or belting out her favorite
blues songs, Katie shows that her music has no limits.
Described by audience members as deeply soulful and moving, Katie has been turning heads in the music scene throughout the northeast. Don Crow from the Nashville Blues Alliance writes, “Katie Henry has one of the most expressive
voices you'd ever want to hear, and the testifyin' material allows her voice and musicianship to lead the charge.” Her live performance is packed with highlights
that feature her band of highly touted New Jersey players and showcase her catalogue of well crafted songs. Her recently released debut album “High Road” reached #8 on the Root’s Reports Top 50 Contemporary Blues Album chart and it broke the top 20 on the European IBBA chart. The album is a modern, contemporary blues album that preserves the traditional blues style while adding
fresh, vibrant sounds. As Stephen Skolarski from Sounds of South says, “With ‘High Road’ Katie Henry is musically fully on the fast lane!”
Matt Rhodes
Matt Rhodes
Born into a musical family in St. Louis, Matt went on to hone his craft in the music scenes of Rochester, NY, and Boston, MA, where he quickly became a sought-after guitarist in several popular bands of the 2000s — including groove-rock favorites The Derelict Brew (winner of "Rochester's
Most Popular Band”), and The Silver Lining, a retro pop/soul band that became a fixture of the Cambridge/Somerville scene and competed in Boston’s infamous WBCN Rock & Roll Rumble.
After decades as a sideman, Matt now takes his beloved old-school influences — ranging from the rock swagger of The Rolling Stones and the jangle of The Byrds, to the country flavor of Gram Parsons and the heartfelt pop of Neil Diamond — and adds his uniquely tuneful modern spin, as he makes a bold first step into the solo spotlight. Written in the
wake of an unexpected personal tragedy, Slightly At Sea is the sound of a man reckoning with the profound losses and tumultuous changes life has thrown at him, a man still in the depths but moving toward the light at the surface, trying to regain his bearings after the storm has passed.
Addy Baddy
Addy Baddy
Born in Winston-Salem, NC Singer/songwriter and producer Adam (Addy Baddy) Moore grew up in a house full of instruments with everything from Frank Sinatra to Bill Monroe being played at a reasonable volume from the boom box in the kitchen. Drawing influence from the Traditional American art forms of Jazz, Country, Blues and Rock and Roll, Addy began writing and performing his own original songs at a very young age and continues to do so in Southern California. His debut album entitled 'Bootlegs' (named for the Lo-Fi cassette tape production) is Available now on all streaming platforms and online music stores.
Isabel Sartain
Isabel Sartain
When Isabel Sartain released her debut EP Coming to My Senses in May 2018 through Calliope Music Group, she formally arrived in a world she’d circled for years. What began with recorded covers and high school choir culminated in four original tracks boasting ambient, textured arrangements and poignant lyrics drawing inspiration from Adele, Lauryn Hill, and Amy Winehouse. The LA-based singer-songwriter boasts a versatile voice, powerful yet gentle, employing impressive vocal flourishes but easily evoking strong emotions without them. “Music is my lifeline to my emotions and my sanity,” she explains.
Coming soon: A highly anticipated sophomore project.
Venue Information:
The Mint
6010 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90035
http://www.themintla.com/