That's What She Said: An evening of woman-fronted comedy & music
Baltimore comedian Jessica Garrett hosts a "girls to the front" evening of comedy and music featuring Baltimore's own Outcalls and $100 Girlfriend, with guests Nalani & Sarina from New Jersey. Come out for unapologetically female-driven content that combines laughs with live music (and the guarantee of not a single dick joke all evening). 18+, Tickets $15.
The vocal pop duo OUTCALLS has been dubbed the “electronic opera queens” of Baltimore. Led by Britt Olsen-Ecker and Melissa Wimbish, both classically trained musicians, Outcalls creates genre-defying pop music that counters the tired narratives pervading much of today’s popular songs. With compelling live shows that feature melodic and harmonic surprises, their voices can tickle your ear hairs one second and shake your teeth the next. The duo's single "Keep Falling Over" was recently voted the #1 Song of 2018 by 89.7 WTMD radio listeners in Baltimore.
$100 GIRLFRIEND delivers gloom pop melodies and stylish grooves over mystic electronic beats. And they love adjectives. Fronted by alluring bassist & singer Melody Easton, the trio also features Dan Ryan (drums) and Jon Birkholz (guitar). Their first EP "Easy to Please" will be out in May.
NALANI & SARINA are an American soul-rock duo from New Jersey consisting of identical twin sisters Nalani and Sarina Bolton. They graduated high school early to pursue music full-time, performing up and down the east coast since age 16. Their sibling harmonies are showcased in their live shows and recordings, which also feature them play
That's What She Said: An evening of woman-fronted comedy & musicSaturday, March 16, 2019 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM