7/7 – Presenting Atlanta’s Rising Stars and Emerging Artists!
Kate Coleman, Carter Horne, and Aspen Anonda
Saturday, July 7th
Coffee House presents Atlanta’s Rising Stars and Emerging Artists:
Kate Coleman (above) of Kate and Corey released her first solo album, “PAST”, on April 28th at Red Clay Music Foundry with a production entitled “Tremors of my PAST” involving modern dance, videos, and live music to bring the story of her 10 song album to life.
Kate’s songwriting is inspired by a wide range of genres and artists: Patty Griffin, Darrell Scott, Jack White, The Dixie Chicks, and The Grateful Dead to name a few.”When I was growing up I remember hearing songs and feeling so connected to them that I almost felt like they were written for me,” Coleman explains. “So whenever I start a show, and I see the sea of faces in the crowd, I always think to myself ‘hey, I wrote some songs. Maybe I wrote them for you…'”
Carter Horne is a 19 year old – upcoming Singer-Songwriter from Marietta, GA. His amazing deep tone with a Southern Roots and Blues style reminiscent of Elvis, Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings, will take you back a few years, for sure. But there is no denying his talent and passion for communicating through his music for this generation. Carter is already on the local scene, playing in various bands, as well as, performing as a solo artist. Look for him to continue to ‘shake up’ the local music sound, as he goes ‘old school’ with a new twist!
Aspen Anonda – Originally from Atlanta, newly-based Athens artist Aspen Anonda found her love for music at a very young age. When she picked up a guitar at nine years old, she began performing and instantly knew it was right. Like any good artist, her style is continuously changing, but Aspen enjoys mixing jazzy melodies with pop lyrics to pull her listeners in. Aspen has featured for many bands in venues such as Smith’s Olde Bar, Madlife Stage & Studios, and Eddie’s Attic. She was also recently named “Teen Artist of the Year” by the GA Country Awards. Aspen’s first 6 song EP was released November 2017. Check it out on iTunes and Spotify today!
Doors open at 7:30. Music starts at 8:00. $5.00 suggested donation at the door and canned goods for the Community Assistance Center (OurCAC.org) in Sandy Springs are always appreciated. Please bring cash for donations to the bands and to purchase merchandise and refreshments served at break. BYOB (beer, wine and spirits welcome), bring a friend, tell a friend, and be ready for a night to remember at the Hungry Ear Coffeehouse!
1025 Mt. Vernon Highway, NW
Sandy Springs, GA 30327