Alex Jordan, Samantha McKaige, Forest Romm @Rockwood Music Hall
$10 Advance | $13 Day-of
About Alex Jordan
Alex Jordan’s Queen Kerosene is a melting pot of American roots music, stacked high with sharply-written songs that blur the boundaries between genre and generation. Helmed by four-time Grammy Awards winning producer (and longtime Los Lobos member) Steve Berlin, it’s a colorful, kaleidoscopic record whose songs make room for soul, Tex-Mex, groove-driven R&B, Americana, jazz, honky-tonk, and heartland rock & roll.
About Samantha McKaige
Samantha McKaige is a guitar playing, Americana singing, folk loving songwriter from Seattle. She takes inspiration from the woods and peaks of the Pacific Northwest, the beaches of Northern California, and the rivers of the Rockies.
Samantha is pursuing songwriting at Berklee College of Music in Boston, where she has released her debut Album, Bury Me Please in the Puget Sound, a collection of songs written from the grass and the sand of Washington’s San Juan Islands
About Forest Romm
A self proclaimed “homeschool survivor”, singer-songwriter Forest Romm grew up outside the traditional bounds of society, which left her with a fundamentally unique perspective on the world and the people who inhabit it. Forest is a compelling storyteller whose narrative focused and detail oriented songwriting conveys fundamental truths about inner life. As a writer, Forest finds humor in darkness, and crafts songs about love and desire with the precision of a surgeon and the longing of an orphan.
A very limited number of bar stools and table seats are available on a first come first served basis
There is a one drink minimum per show *standing*
There is a two drink minimum per show *seated*
TERMS & CONDITIONS
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88 Van Ness Street
Boston, MA, 02215