with Kevin Garrett
Reserved Seating Available
All Ages Show
Ontario-born Lennon Stella grew up on a massive farm, which proved to be fertile ground for her and her sister Maisy getting started in country music show business at an early age. The Stella family relocated to the U.S. in 2009, and three years later Lennon and Maisy were cast on the ABC series Nashville as Maddie and Daphne Conrad, the daughters of Connie Britton’s Rayna James.
While Nashville was rooted in country music, the Stella sisters had been posting covers of pop songs to their YouTube channel before Nashville debuted. Their a cappella cover of the Swedish electro sensation Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend,” which showcased the pair’s harmonies, was a massive hit online.
On Nashville, the Stella sisters covered the Lumineers’ “Ho Hey” and sang the original song “A Life That’s Good,” and they continued releasing covers throughout the 2010s, putting their own spin on hits like Charli XCX’s “Boom Clap” and Corey Hart’s “Sunglasses at Night.”
Lennon officially went solo in 2018, when she signed with Columbia Records. Her debut single “Like Everybody Else” represented her first step into solo stardom, bridging the gap between the country songs she performed on Nashville alongside her sister and the more pop-oriented music she’s embraced on her own. Her 2018 EP Love, me is even more steeped in late-’10s chart trends, with songs like the simmering “Breakaway” and the spaced-out “Feelings” showcasing her whispery voice and biting lyrics.
Kevin Garrett twists up soulful tradition with singer-songwriter spirit, lush instrumentation, and alternative adventurousness. The Pittsburgh-born GRAMMY®Award-nominated artist, multi-instrumentalist, and producer echoes the kind of grit meant to be smoothed out only on vinyl and emanates the ambition of a 21stcentury festival draw on his 2019 full-length debut, HOAX [AWAL]. In 2015, Kevin hit the road with Irish sensation James Vincent McMorrow and unveiled his debut EP, Mellow Drama, which attracted acclaim from The Fader, Complex, Vibe, and Billboard. It also yielded a hit with the singles “Coloring” racking up 30 million-plus streams. Beyond gigs alongside everyone from Alessia Cara to Mumford & Sons and electrifying festival performances at Bonnaroo, Latitude & Longitude, and Sasquatch, he contributed “Pray You Catch Me” to Beyoncé’s blockbuster Lemonade, sharing co-writing and co-production with the superstar and James Blake. 2017 saw him sell out his first headline tour before spending 2018 recording the new album. Now, his brand of bold and blunt soul unfolds on HOAX and singles such as “In Case I Don’t Feel” and “Faith You Might.”