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Wednesday, January 17th, 2018
A night of indie music not to be missed! We're gonna dig into our hearts and sew them right on our sleeves for you - live! and in song! This is a night of singing and songing not to be missed. Check out the players: Recently relocated to San Francisco by way of NYC, Mya Byrne is a poet, award-winning performing songwriter, and activist. A proud trans woman, she established her solo folk-Americana career in 2012 after years of performing with roots-rock band, the Ramblers, opening for acts such as Levon Helm. Mya’s been featured on many great festival and club stages across the country. Her first solo record hit #31 on the roots charts, and the follow-up, As I Am, is out now. Recently chosen as an Emerging Artist at the legendary Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, her music and poetry have also been featured in such media as SingOut!, The Advocate, Village Voice, New York Magazine, MSNBC, and CBS/Radio.com, with public speaking at institutions including SUNY and the UU. The Secret Emchy Society plays foot stompin' heart breakin' cowboy songs about good friends and hard times. Frontwoman Cindy Emch has been recently dubbed "the First Lady of Queer Country" by the Huffington Post and listed as one of the "Ten Queer Country Artists Music Fans Should Know" from TheBoot.com. She sings deeply personal, fearless, and passionate tunes for the marginalized and festive alike. Pairs well with whisky and hitting the streets. The Hills and the Rivers are a Pittsburgh based 7+ member acoustic street folk family band with 4 part sibling harmonies, a grooving rhythm and well wrought songs.