Kristeen Young With Madi Sipes & The Painted Blue

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SUN, JUNE 25th @ THE MOMO LOUNGE (Upstairs of Harlow's)
7PM Door / 8pm Start / $10 / ALL AGES!




Kristeen Young is an American singer-songwriter and pianist. Her touring band is known as KRISTEENYOUNG (which currently includes "Baby" Jeff White on drums and Sylvia Black on bass). Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, Young began playing piano as a teenager and later attended art school. She has released seven studio albums. Young has also sung with several artists including David Bowie and Morrissey. She also recorded with record producer Tony Visconti and musician Dave Grohl.

In 1997, she released her debut album Meet Miss Young and Her All Boy Band. In the early 2000s, she began working with Tony Visconti on Breasticles, which featured a duet with David Bowie. On 2004's X, the opening track "No Other God" was a duet with Brian Molko of Placebo.

Besides her own work, Young has also been featured on other artists' records. She appeared on David Bowie's "Heathen" in 2002, provided the operatic vocals in Morrissey's single "That's How People Grow Up" in 2008, sang vocals on an alternate version of "New Kid" by Monokino in 2009, and collaborated with GUIDES to perform a cover of "Leave Me Alone" by New Order in 2015.

In May 2014, Young released her seventh album, "The Knife Shift," which was recorded with Dave Grohl who played various instruments, including drums, piano, guitars and bass.

Young recorded a new album in 2016 titled "Live! at the Witch's Tit." A tentative release date has been set for 2017 and an album preorder is available on the band's website. A series of music videos in support of her latest album are scheduled to be released throughout 2017.


Madi Sipes and the Painted Blue is a band from San Francisco, fronted by singer and electric guitarist, Madi Sipes. With her captivating voice and mature songwriting, Madi started gaining fans at a young age in her hometown of Placerville, California. While performing one of her songs at a talent show, Madi caught the attention of Los Angeles-based songwriter Andrew Heringer. The two began long-distance collaboration over the next few years, while Andrew was performing and touring in the band Milo Greene.

In the spring of 2015, Madi recruited longtime friends Nick Cunningham (bass) and Caleb Koen (drums) to form her band. The band traveled to Los Angeles to finish writing and recording the final few songs for Madi Sipes and the Painted Blue’s forthcoming debut: "After Hours." Pulling from a diversity of influences -- including Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Ocean and Fleet Foxes -- After Hours showcases what The Sacramento Bee describes as “feisty and sultry indie soul pop."
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