Tiny Library Concert, Feat. Kayla Marque + Kid Astronaut

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History Colorado says
Kayla Marque's soul, R&B, and funk roots run deep in Denver, with a musical family pedigree that stretches back to legendary supergroup Earth, Wind & Fire. The songwriter’s folk-tinged debut album, “Live and Die Like This,” was released in 2016 and captures her vocal prowess over both piano and guitar. Kayla appears on the Tiny Library Concert stage with collaborator and local R&B powerhouse kid astronaut, lead singer for the band HVN and one of the visionaries behind the Denver artist collective Conscious Creatives. kid astronaut’s mission is to reach the world with his music, inspire world peace, and connect to his highest path and life purpose.

Tickets $9 for History Colorado members, $12 for non-members.
Beer, wine, and cocktails available for purchase.

Doors at 6:15pm. Show starts promptly at 7pm.

History Colorado's Tiny Library Concert series features performances by local Colorado musicians in the unusual and intimate setting of the museum's Stephen H. Hart Library & Research Center. The series is generously supported by Airshow, Inc. and KGNU Community Radio. We also thank Kettle and Spoke Brewery and Sweetwave Audio for their support for this concert.
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By: History Colorado

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