Join host Andy Doerr on The Roadtunes Sessions, this Tuesday, Dec. 10 at 8 p.m. for an evening with local singer songwriters Kate Graves, Steve Key, and Jesse Rhodes! You can catch them, Kim Michalowski, and Adam Phillips live at Soho next Tuesday Dec. 17, starting at 7:30 p.m.
Kate Graves writes little songs. Little songs that are raw. Sometimes they are sparse. Sometimes filled with lots of little words. Often they are written about things like tasting sweet orange on your lips and wanting to kiss someone, so that they might experience tasting sweet orange on their lips. Kate Graves likes kissing. And singing. She hopes you will listen in. Hear her tunes at www.kategravesmusic.com
Steve Key is an award-winning songwriter, performer and recording artist, best known as the writer of “33, 45, 78 (Record Time)” recorded by country music star Kathy Mattea. He hosts Songwriters At Play showcases at various venues on California’s Central Coast. More about Steve at: www.stevekey.com
Jesse Rhodes has been making music forever, grew up here, from a musical family, mom played cello in the SB symphony for 40 years. He used to have a deal with Warner Brothers in a band called Stegosaurus at the very end of the last century. He’s been solo since then, loves music, lives music, eats music. He also does soundtrack work for TV and film and is currently working on a documentary about the Channel Islands. His last major project was a film called Above Yellowstone that is running on PBS across the country. More about Jesse at: www.jesserhodes.com
The Roadtunes Sessions airs Tuesday in fall from 8:00-10:00pm.