Lera Lynn


Sun, 2019/11/03

Lera Lynn

Her latest album Plays Well With Others is a unique duets album — one in which nearly every song is completely co-written and co-sung. “With this record, I wanted to get outside of my own writing corner.This was an important thing for me to do as an artist: to open myself up to other people and have some fun.”

Looking to add some sonic framework to an album whose tracklist was vast and varied, she only used acoustic instruments, layering upright piano, strings, percussion, acoustic guitars, and creative sounds into arrangements that nodded to artists like Roy Orbison, George Harrison, Neil Young, John Lennon and Tom Petty. The nine songs on Plays Well With Others tackle issues of the heart, from love to lust to loss.

Doors: 7 p.m.
Concert: 8 p.m.