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Fierce Femme Sounds feat. Fox Violet, Lisa Crawley and Single Girl, Married Girl

October 12, 2021 7:00 pm PDT

Main Stage

Doors Open: 6:30 pm


“If you have found yourselves enjoying tracks featuring grungey tones blaring over sweet melodies as of late, Fox Violet’s “Long Way Down” is the only song you should be listening to. With vocals oozing gritty angst, all the while maintaining an ethereal tone, listeners can expect to get lost in the sounds of infectious rock instrumentation as the artist offers deep introspective contemplations throughout.”
-Wonderland Magazine, 2021

Fox Violet blends ambient dream scapes with dark pop rock hooks and soulful vocals that pack a dissonant punch. Lyrics examine homelessness, disassociation, longing and our cultural obsession with fairy tales. With soaring layered psychedelic guitars and crunchy synths Fox Violet crafts bold stories that are ethereal, relatable and raw. – Premiered in Wonderland Magazine, Under the radar, LA WEEKLY, and other well known music publications, featured on US and international radio, selected by 89.5 FM Australia as a buzz band to watch.

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Prolific New Zealand born, now LA based multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Lisa Crawley grew up teaching the other kids in her class how to play the recorder. Three EP’s, two albums and numerous singles later, she’s charming audiences across national and international stages performing her extensive repertoire of original music. Together with her natural ear for music and a refreshingly honest onstage presence, she produces heartfelt, authentic pop songs.

Four times nominated for the Silver Scll award, the talented writer has been heard across the world on various movies, commercials and television shows – most recently on US TV shows ‘Stumptown’, ‘Proven Innocent’ and award winning film ‘WARU’.

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L.A.-based pop/folk/Americana outfit Single, Girl, Married Girl write beautiful yet devastating songs with poetic, perceptive lyrics that astutely capture what it means to be human. Steeped in a folk songwriting tradition that harkens back to Pete Seeger and Joan Baez mixed with modern songwriting elements in the style of Jenny Lewis and Brandi Carlile, the band’s new sophomore album, Three Generations of Leaving, fearlessly tackles issues ranging from loss and drug addiction to insecurity and depression.

Fronted by singer/songwriter and banjo player Chelsey Coy, Single Girl, Married Girl’s 2017 album Spark was an auspicious debut but the band struggled to gain notoriety early on, which they documented in the song “Starlight.” Ironically, the tune took off and received half-a-million streams on Spotify, breathing new life into their career.

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Ages: 21 and up


October 12, 2021
7:00 pm PDT


Hotel Cafe
1623 N Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles, 90028 United States


Door Time
6:30 pm