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Sad Girl Night

Start your 2019 off right and come out to Sad Girl Night at Helping Our Music Evolve - HOME and celebrate the beauty, vulnerability, and power of some of Nashville's most talented ladies. 
Sponsored by House Beer - Always in Good Taste!

Catalina -
Catalina's mesmerizing vocal prowess is showcased through her soulful writing and ever expanding soundscape. Born and raised in Santiago, this Chilean artist's debut album "In The Midst Of A War" encapsulates her latin influenced Pop/RnB sound and has been in rotation on over 90 non-commercial radio stations across the country. Catalina is gearing up to release more new music in 2019 after the successful release of singles "Blood, Sweat, Tears" and "Think You'd Fool Me". Her new tunes seek to continue building on her signature style while maintaining the honesty of her previous works. Prepare yourself to get to know the whole Catalina; the woman, daughter, sister, wife, immigrant, lover, fighter and Chilean.
Abbey Moss -
Insightful, Unapologetic, & Downright spooky. From the quirky corners of her mind, Abbey Moss creates an eccentric musical identity desperate to make its way into mainstream music. Drawing from a theatrical past and a brooding alter ego, Abbey combines melody and lyrics in a way that is quite bewitching. Her music ranges from Indie Rock to Cinematic Pop. She is influenced by her idols: Queen, Jack White, Danny Elfman, and Muse. 
Kathryn Hallberg -
Emotional, evocative, warm & natural. This describes Kathryn Hallberg's music. Kathryn is an experienced musician, having been songwriting and performing in the Houston music scene since the age of 11. She has opened for such musical legends as Michael Martin Murphy, Shawn Colvin, Lorrie Morgan, and Marcia Ball. Kathryn is currently based in Nashville, after graduating Berklee College of Music in 2016. She is releasing her 3rd EP, Some Dreams, in 2019. This new project is a departure from her previous EPs, blending her love of 70's folk-rock and alternative sweethearts like Ryan Adams and Pete Yorn.

and your host Elisabeth Beckwitt
Elisabeth Beckwitt writes songs of hope and understanding for the unheard. From her struggles with addiction and mental health, to her unapologetic support and involvement in the LGBT+ community, Elisabeth weaves relatable stories with encapsulating melodies to build an intimate connection with her audience. It is her hope that by being open about her struggles and her identity she can help to erase the stigma that is oftentimes associated with the communities that are so ingrained in her heart. Fresh off the release of her latest EP “Gray Again,” Elisabeth premiered a series of live performance videos called the "Static Sessions" which included some of her favorite #SadGirlMusic. New Pop music from Nashville’s Pansexual East Side Queen coming 2019.