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    Lila Blue • Jean Rohe • Noga June 24

    7:30 Door 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation

    “Not only does she make astoundingly beautiful music but she is thoughtful, reflective, and courageous.” – No Depression

    Jean Rohe writes one-of-a-kind narrative songs, concerned as much with the interior lives of her narrators as with the wider world outside them. Jean recently won the 2022 Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk songwriting contest with her deeply personal and timely song “Animal”. Her latest album as a bandleader, Sisterly, won best Adult Contemporary Album at the Independent Music Awards in 2019. Her writing and performance styles are the product of 20 years of experimentation and practice, learning on her feet as a side-person and bandleader in New York’s wide-ranging music communities. “I grew up in a household where music-making and storytelling––far from a rarified vocation for prodigies and professionals––was an act woven into the social life of our family and friends, ” she says. “I carry that spirit with me into the music I make today.” This year has seen the release of her duo Robinson & Rohe’s sophomore full-length album Into the Night (Righteous Babe Records), as well as the debut of her song cycle / memoir, 74 Corridor, a project for which Jean won a 2022 Brooklyn Arts Council Grant. 

    NOGA aka Noga Cabo is a singer-songwriter, composer, and creator of interdisciplinary art celebrating her soon-to-be-released debut EP. Her work moves through intricate rhythmic grooves interwoven with folk-jazz-inspired melodies, creating lively and dynamic soundscapes grounded by warm and earthy tones. NOGA’s deeply personal and emotionally resonant works speak to the complexities of discovering oneself and traversing the human experience. She is based in Beacon, NY, and will be releasing her EP in July 2023.  With Adam Cabo – Drum kit & Vocals, Dassi Rosenkrantz – Bass


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