Wyatt Lowe & the Mayhem Kings, The Heartstring Hunters, Katie Boeck

Wyatt Lowe & the Mayhem Kings

The Heartstring Hunters

Katie Boeck

Wed, July 19, 2017

8:00 pm

This event is 21 and over

Wyatt Lowe & the Mayhem Kings
Wyatt Lowe & the Mayhem Kings
There was a time when the outlaws reigned in country music; Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard and Johnny Cash to name a few. ey weren’t carried by the folks in Nashville; they created their own journey and story. e music of those men has never been more alive than today, and Wyatt Lowe is carrying that torch.

Just like the in uences in his life, Wyatt demonstrates the willingness to work hard for what he gets in return. American Iron is proof of that. Wyatt continues to tour the nation as a hard-working musician as he paves his own way. And it’s paying off. It’s never been, nor will it ever be, about the production, the “show,” or the glamour. It’s about the “real;” the story and the journey that his in uences before him set in motion. Guys like Willie, Waylon, and Merle; they weren’t after the fame, they were after something greater, something more substantial. Wyatt Lowe has jumped onto that train and is in the driver’s seat. You can say he’s like those before him; an outlaw, loose and running.
The Heartstring Hunters
The Heartstring Hunters
The Heartstring Hunters are an indie-folk band based in Boulder, CO. Nominated by Denver Westword for Best Folk Band, The HS Hunters' rich harmonies, youthful optimism and stories-from-the-road characterize a sound that invites you into a musical conversation between friends, an adventure that dances between the space of the open road and a midnight sky.

With their recently released self-titled album The Heartstring Hunters are currently touring throughout Colorado and the West, sharing stages with artists such as Karla Bonoff, SHEL, Good Lovelies, The Dead Horses, The Leftover Cuties and Miner. They have played the Telluride MountainFilm Fest, The Boulder Theater, and the TedX conferences in Denver, though you’re just as likely to find them spontaneously entertaining crowds at farmer’s markets and street fairs all over the state. All east-coasters originally, it was the power of connection and a love for music that led them from the forests of Vermont, the rivers of Virginia, and the beaches of Florida all the way to the rockies.
Katie Boeck
Katie Boeck
A "poet and a prophetess", a "revelation", Katie Boeck is more than just a singer/songwriter, she is a Communicator. Her unique brand of soulful folk driven by her seraphic vocals and strong melodies has identified her as an ambitious and versatile emerging artist. Since graduating from UCLA's school of Theater, Film and Television, Katie has created her niche as the guitar-strumming actress of Los Angeles. From appearances in Deaf West & The Forest of Arden's critically acclaimed remounting of Duncan Sheik's smash musical Spring Awakening, to her major TV moment performing "Ave Maria" in HBO's hit series The Newsroom, Katie is connecting with a diverse audience and utilizing her gift of storytelling whether it be through her interpretation of others' works, or with her own catalogue of songs.
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
http://www.hotelutah.com/