Brooke Annibale / Heather Kropf / Judith Avers 5/28 At Club Cafe

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Brooke Annibale / Heather Kropf / Judith Avers
Direct Ticket Link: http://tktwb.tw/1DnpZaZ

Tickets on sale now!
Tix: $10 adv, $12 dos
http://www.ticketweb.com/clubcafe
866-468-3401
Also in person at Dave's Music Mine (Southside), or at Club Cafe during any event
Ages: 21+

http://brookeannibale.com/final/home.html
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http://heatherkropf.com/
https://www.facebook.com/HeatherKropfMusic
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http://www.judithavers.com/

Enjoy an evening of song with three of Pittsburgh's finest resident women songwriters!

Brooke Annibale
Pittsburgh native singer/songwriter Brooke Annibale combines earthy vocals, insightful lyrics and acoustic pop folk sounds to create dynamic and engaging performances. Vocally, she has a smoky quality and employs a pleasing thickness and pitch that are reminiscent of Natalie Merchant. Her lyrics bleed with an uncommon wisdom for a twenty-seven-year-old, and the tales she tells about love, loss, faith and finding yourself are simultaneously deeply personal and wholly universal in their applicaion. Brooke's music is loaded with life and gravitas, and her confidence and thought-provoking lyrics will leave you wanting to hear more.
Tonight, Brooke will be performing with her trio, Dan Harding on drums and Seth Pierson on bass.
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Heather Kropf
Heather Kropf is a piano-based singer/songwriter that pens organic mid-tempo pop songs and delivers them with warmth, intelligence, and style. Her latest album "Chrysalis" has been called a "lush soundscape" by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and was a notable Pittsburgh release of 2014 by music critic Scott Mervis. Taking cues from the classic era of songwriting in the 70s and her love of jazz production, Kropf's music is rich and spare and resonant, mastering the balance of story and silence. Her pristine voice is paramount as listeners often comment that her singing goes directly from ear to heart. Tonight she is debuting a new trio format with master musician and multi-instrumentalist, Jeff Berman, percussion (AppalAsia, Blink), and Daniel Marcus, guitar (Emily Pinkerton, Norah Jones).
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Judith Avers
Judith Avers is an award-winning singer/songwriter based in Pittsburgh, PA. She is co-founder of The Song Jar - a custom songwriting business - and is a member of the Appalachian-inspired folk trio, The Early Mays, who's latest album debuted at #2 on the Folk DJ charts and were voted WYEP's #1 Local Artists. Judith has shared her songwriting stories on TEDx and has enjoyed writing songs for over 20 years
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