Laser & Friends In Concert
Join Juliana Finch, Laser the Boy, and Emily Henry for a triple bill of epic emotions.
July 25, 7:30pm
Tickets $12 in advance, $15 at the door (order below)
Juliana Finch is a North Carolina-based singer/songwriter with strong Americana roots. With a sultry, soothing voice and carefully crafted lyrics, she earns her spot in a long tradition of storytelling songwriters. Juliana has toured nationally and been featured at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival and Pride festivals across the Southeast, and her music has appeared in independent films and on the hit surreal fiction podcast “Welcome To Night Vale.” Her new album “Bittersweet” will be released this Fall.
Laser Webber is a trans musician, performer, and author. His music “challenges the patriarchy, champions marginalized voices, and finds emotional resonance in everything from robots to breakfast foods.” He has toured the US, Australia, and Europe as front person of the Doubleclicks, and has racked up over 4 million Youtube views amongst their large and beautiful grassroots audience. Laser co-wrote the musical "Teaching a Robot to Love," a sci-fi story about the trans experience, with E. Aaron Wilson. The musical’s concept album charted on Billboard and its sold-out, award-winning debut run took place at the 2022 Hollywood Fringe Festival! As a speaker and author, Laser helps independent artists get money and attention for their creative projects. He has raised more than $2 million using Kickstarter and Patreon for comics, games, and music, and is the author of “Crowdfunding for Musicians,” a how-to book for indie artists who want to achieve their dreams without gatekeepers. Laser hosts the actual-play twitch show and podcast “Strumpets and Flagons” and keeps starting podcasts. He hosts variety shows and performs musical improv in Los Angeles from time to time.
Emily Henry is a DC-based singer-songwriter who performs her own personal brand of elegant electro-infused indie pop. Known for her powerful yet sweet vocals and an authentic musical instinct, she has been compared to artists such as Joni Mitchell and Sylvan Esso.