Two up-and-coming Nashville talents performing together in the Stoltz makes for one great night of music!
The Chicago Sun-Times praises Alaina Stacey’s “lush voice, her captivating melodies and lyrics, and her wholly easeful stage presence.”
One year after founding the Nashville based Americana group, Maybe April, Alaina appeared onstage with her group at the Wilshire Theatre in Los Angeles, alongside Bonnie Raitt, Kris Kristofferson and The Goo Goo Doll’s Johnny Reznick as part of a GRAMMY-week performance called A Song Is Born. Her band has performed at Pilgrimage Music Festival, Merlefest, SXSW, CMA Fest, and other festivals, and won “Americana Group of the Year” two years in a row at the Arkansas Country Music Awards.
Madeleine Kelson is a Nashville-based Americana artist who pulls from a rich tradition of folk, country, and Americana, challenging its boundaries as a queer artist to represent the modern world.
In 2022, Madeleine released her debut, self-produced album, “While I Was Away,” which gained praise from No Depression, has been featured multiple times in NPR, and was a finalist in the Kerrville New Folk competition. Her queer country anthem, “The Way I Do,” became a viral TikTok hit with over 1.6 Million views and her new EP, “Where The Spirit Meets The Muscle,” is set to come out in February 2024.
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