Held in the intimate setting of the Mayor’s Gallery at historic Louisville Metro Hall, these monthly performances showcase local and regional musicians and artists. This week, the featured artist is Cheyenne Mize.
Whimsical, haunting, dreamlike music that eschews the traditional formulae, Cheyenne Mize presents a rainbow of juxtapositions. She has been compared to artists such as Neko Case and PJ Harvey. The New York Times described her 2010 debut, Before Lately, as “sweet without being cloying, weary without hopelessness,” noting the vast space between notes, yet lack of air. Her latest EP is We Don’t Need.
Brown-bag lunches are permitted, but due to the historic nature of the Mayor’s Gallery, no outside drinks will be allowed. Louisville Water will provide Louisville pure tap at the performances.
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