Join us for a local music showcase from singer-songwriters Brennan, Jackson, Hannah Guzmán and John Brownwood.
Doors at 7:30 PM, music 8-10:00 PM
All ages, $5-10 suggested donation.
Minneapolis native Brennan writes songs like a journal entry and writes journal entries like an eighty year old nun. Since beginning school at Berklee College of Music, she has formed and been apart of bands such as Brennan & The Bats and Dazey & The Scouts. Currently, Brennan is a Boston-based solo project recording her first album due next year.
Jackson is a 20 year old male born and raised in St. Charles Missouri. Music became a driving outlet for creativity and emotional portrayal at the young age of 5, and he has decided to turn it into his career path.
Hannah Guzmán has spent all of her life falling in love with music. Taking cues from all types of artists, she has found her voice in soul music, predominantly funk and R&B. After 20 years of singing, she’s finally ready to share her music. She, much like you, is trying her best!!
John Brownwood’s repertoire includes a wide range of acoustic covers and original work, and he excels in writing arrangements for acoustic instruments and unplugged performances. Granted, pop music has been his primary influence since he discovered music as a child; however, after having been at Berklee for almost two years now, he has come to realize that jazz speaks to a very fundamental place in his heart. Beyond the beauty of its technical theory, Brownwood loves how jazz can flow without restraint or concern for rules or conventions.