St. Louis Show Announced | 3 for the Road Tour – Amy Petty, Jen Kearney & Danielle Miraglia
Join singer-songwriters, Amy Petty, Jen Kearney & Danielle Miraglia for an evening of performances in the round on Friday, May 4 2012, at the The Chapel in St. Louis. Doors will open at 7:30p.m. and the show will begin at 8p.m.
Each of these artists has her own unique brand of soul and grit and could be a band unto herself – soaring vocals, percussive guitar, stomp box, harmonies, piano and honest to the bone songwriting. Each is a dynamic performer with splashes of Blues, R&B, Folk and Pop. When the three join forces, the experience will leave you breathless.
The Chapel is located at 6238 Alexander Drive St. Louis, MO 63105. All ages are welcome and general admission tickets are priced at $15. Price admission includes two free beverages (beer, wine & soda). Seating is limited – advanced ticket purchases recommended – bring a photo ID with you to the box office. Purchase your tickets, here!
Amy Petty’s sound and songwriting is a compelling, complex and original soundscape that weaves a lush tapestry of folk, pop, rock and blues ballad. Art, mystery, and spirituality influence and infuse her poignant, evocative and sensual songs. These sonic canvases showcase the heartfelt emotion behind her lyrics and provide a foundation over which her voice and choral harmonies soar.
“ You sound great – where does that voice COME from?” – Gretchen Peters, Grammy Winning Songwriter
Danielle Miraglia A strong steady thumb on an old Gibson guitar is the driving force behind Danielle Miraglia’s blues flavored guitar style. Add a raw, powerful, whiskey tinged voice and one might be tempted to label her a blues artist. But while Miraglia’s style pays homage to these blues traditions, her classic rock verve, catchy melodies and eclectic array of song subjects that range from deeply personal to socially relevant give it an original twist that is all her own.
“Fans in the Northeast are already hip to the talents of Danielle Miraglia. It’s only a matter of time before the rest of the country takes notice.” – Performing Songwriter
Jen Kearney’s musical style has been described as muscular, sinuous, soulful, rollicking and Latin-drenched. Her lyrics, sometimes deeply personal and introverted, sometimes blending funky grooves with socio/political themes, are as soul-baring as the voice delivering them Kearney’s deep husky alto, that can be as gritty as it can be sweetly smooth, has been compared to some of her most honored influences, but leaves no doubt that it uniquely belongs to her.
“…Whatever you want to call it, Kearney [and the Lost Onion] provide a dense musical potpourri that is ever surprising…The Stevie Wonder comparisons that follow Kearney around are evident on tunes like “Pick Yourself Up,” while a more jazz/funk tune like “Amity” suggests Aretha Franklin joining Blood, Sweat, and Tears for a gig in Brazil.” – Jay Miller, Patriot-Ledger