Bucky Hayes, Andi Rae and the Back River Bullies, McClain Sullivan

Bucky Hayes

Andi Rae and the Back River Bullies

McClain Sullivan

Fri · May 25, 2018

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$10

This event is 21 and over

Bucky Hayes
Bucky Hayes
Bucky Hayes is a Brooklyn-based songwriter who has been performing his songs, either solo or with a band, for the last 15 years. Born in Nashville and raised in Florida and Georgia his music is steeped in classic Folk, Country, Soul and Rock-n-Roll.
Andi Rae and the Back River Bullies
Andi Rae and the Back River Bullies
Brooklyn-based Singer/Songwriter Andi Rae Healy has been a mainstay on New York City’s indie-country scene for nearly a decade. Her debut album, I Guess I am a Sinner--featuring contributions from artists as diverse as pop princess, Cyndi Lauper and indie darling, Jill Sobule--was released in 2006 and earned rave reviews for its deep melodicism, lush production, and its brutally honest and painfully heartfelt lyrics.
McClain Sullivan
McClain Sullivan
Born in Seattle, Washington, McClain Sullivan has an unwavering passion for making music. Playing guitar and writing her own songs since the age of twelve, McClain attended the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, while developing her singular style. " I could sing before I could talk," she says. After moves to Vermont, New york, North Carolina, and Texas, she realized that New York was truly home, and moved back, settling in to make and play music in Brooklyn.

Line Up Magazine calls McClain 'a bona fide super talent, about the shake the musical community to the bone.' She has been featured in Rolling Stone Italia, Nu Soul Magazine, and Crankbox. A touring musician for 15 years, McClain has opened for The Roots, Talib Kweli, and Souls of Mischief, and played the Savannah Jazz Festival, Fillmore Jazz Festival, House of Blues and the Hammerstein Ballroom, among others.

McClain's versatile talent and singular voice shines in any genre; from hip-hop and funk, to classic jazz, to confessional acoustic indie. She strives for honesty and genuine insight in her lyrics, with a broad spectrum of influences like Ani Difranco, Erykah Badu, and Sarah Vaughan. Her songs address the gamut of human emotion, dismantling past relationships with savage precision, incisive humor and uncontainable soul.
Venue Information:
Union Hall - Brooklyn
702 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
http://www.unionhallny.com/