September 1st may be Boston moving day, but there’s nothing to soothe the new apartment jitters like a night of acoustic folk with a twist performed by artists Hayden Arp, Grace Givertz and Sweet Petunia.
Doors at 7:00 PM, music 7:30 PM
All ages, $5-10 suggested donation.
// Grace Givertz //
Grace Givertz is a Boston based indie folk singer songwriter. With a large voice packed into a tiny body, Grace pairs her witty and honest lyrics with various instruments to bring a refreshing sound to folk.
// Sweet Petunia //
Sweet Petunia is a Boston-based, harmony-driven, folk-Americana duo composed of musicians Madison Simpson and Mairead Guy. They use their powerful lyricism to bring love, advocacy, and the roots tradition to the college DIY scene.
// Hayden Arp //
Hayden Arp makes music with the goal of creating moments of communion in the world. He attended the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, where he studied electronic music composition. His first single, In the Fading Light, was described by The FADER as “Tingling… gorgeous,” and his debut EP, For Gabriel, was called “Beautiful and elegiac” by ThrdCoast. He has toured extensively, including occasionally joining Lucy Dacus as a guest performer. He lives in Alexandria, VA.