Benefit for Project Night Night:
Sit Kitty Sit
Sat, April 16, 2016
9:00 pmHotel Utah
$10 - $30 Sliding Scale (to Benefit Project Night Night). Pay what you can !
This event is 21 and over
Project Night Night donates over 25,000 Night Night Packages each year to homeless children, containing a new security blanket, an age-appropriate children's book, and a stuffed animal. Project Night Night reduces trauma and advances the emotional and cognitive well-being of the children they serve.http://www.hotelutah.com/event/1088927/
Touring almost non-stop since 2013, Sit Kitty Sit became known for consistently electrifying audiences with their energetically intense live performances, as well as developing a strong community among their faithful, almost cult-style following all across the United States. In 2015, the duo spread the love overseas for their first European tour spanning the Netherlands, Germany, France, and England, leaving thrilled audiences in their wake.
This year will also bring more national and international touring as well as the release of several new singles starting with “Blood & Bones” in February 2016 through Universal Music Group, and multiple full-production music videos. With the world at their fingertips, fans and critics alike are on the edge of their seats to see what artistic vision these crazy kids will come up with next.
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Of the Newts' eponymous debut album in 2015, reviewers have written:
"Excellent songcraft … ideas that are extremely original and seemingly timeless … Quality work that definitely deserves to be heard." – Exposé Online
"Very enjoyable … 'feel good' prog/rock … influenced by bands like Pink Floyd and Genesis but they do not sound like a 'typical' old-fashioned prog band at all … This album is great … I would love to see them perform live." – Background Magazine
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