Katie Day

Neck of the Woods Presents:

Katie Day

Scott Padden and the Evangelicals, Levi Parham

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$7.00 - $10.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Katie Day
After years of performing and recording as a multi-instrumentalist/background vocalist for various bands across the country, Midwest native Katie Day packed up her life (mostly instruments & Chicago Bears merch) to head west. It was there that a series of heartbreaks, heartbreakings, financial crises, and other misfortunes led her to find her voice, put her foot down, and enter the studio to record her debut solo EP, “Burn It to the Ground”. The opening line off Burn It, “Back when we were young, and freedom was the West Coast, and we were gonna take what’s ours and not let go..” is indicative of the overarching theme of the album. It’s a story of dream maintenance, of a refusal to fold. The general vibe of Burn It is one of lightheartedness, an ethereal ode to the passion and ideals of youth, a laugh in the face of a harsh and unforgiving adult world. Deemed as “dreamy indie pop” and likened to Washed Out, Tame Impala, and M83, Burn It was written (with the exception of The Zombies cover, “Time of the Season”), co-produced, and performed almost exclusively by Day. With such a diverse range of talents and a new EP due out in May of 2015, Katie Day is surely an artist to keep your eyes on.
Scott Padden and the Evangelicals
Scott Padden makes rock and roll music with his band, The Evangelicals. He enjoys it almost as much as he enjoyed last Friday night, when he stayed home, meticulously reorganized his dish cabinet, and watched Star Trek II for the 43rd time. Over the past four years, he has put nearly 20,000 miles on his friend Avi's Vinocur's van. He will definitely put out an EP later this year.
Levi Parham
Levi Parham is an Americana musician, singer and songwriter from southeast Oklahoma. The Kansas City Star called him "An Okie version of Ray Lamontagne..." while The Bluegrass Situation said, "Perhaps it's something in the water - that same iron-heavy tap drink that Woody Guthrie sipped on as a young man....Whatever it is, Levi Parham has it."
Venue Information:
Neck of the Woods
406 Clement Street
San Francisco, CA, 94118