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Eddy Green w/ Nirvana Hope, Faith Maddox & Lane Hornback
Eddy Green w/ Nirvana Hope, Faith Maddox & Lane Hornback

Sat, Apr 20


Auntie Mae's Parlor

Eddy Green w/ Nirvana Hope, Faith Maddox & Lane Hornback

Auntie Mae's 50th Anniversary concludes with an evening packed with some of our favorite pickers and songwriters! FREE SHOW! 7PM

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Time & Location

Apr 20, 2024, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM CDT

Auntie Mae's Parlor, 616 N 12th St, Manhattan, KS 66502, USA

About the event

About our artists: 

Eddy Green fell in love with music while digging through his mother’s records as a child. It is still uncertain whether it was the album art or the ritual of pulling the record out and reading the liner notes while listening to the music that set this course. Either way, the end result has been performing, recording and songwriting throughout his adult life. His music resembles a melting pot of Bluegrass, Country, Blues and Soul that ends up in the camp of a little Rock n’ Roll.

Nirvana Hope is a singer/songwriter who plays uncorked and emotional original songs as well as those 90s jams we all know and love. Nirvana’s passion for music started young, having grown up in a house where there was no silence, only music. She's been playing guitar since she was 8 and fell in love with performing at around 14. Her debut release, Unstuck, is all about knowing yourself in a world that's constantly changing. It's a tale of the grand questioning of your reality when you "grow up". Knowing who you are and what you want.. what you stand for.. and finding a way out of the hamster wheel that we all inevitably are going to get shoved into. Getting unglued from the papier-mâché diorama of what you think your adult life is supposed to look like. Some things you never grow out of. Some things just never go away.

Faith Maddox is a 23-year-old artist currently living in Lawrence, KS. A self-taught guitarist and writer, Maddox's work explores themes of gender, mortality, and nature, often weaving literary references between fingerpicked melodies. Their music is not easily boxed in, taking influence from math rock, jazz, folk, and slowcore. They are an avid fan of Fleabag, Joan Didion, and anything green. 

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