About the Event
Valerie June Hockett is a Grammy-nominated artist from Tennessee. She’s been hailed by the New York Times as one of America’s “most intriguing, fully formed new talents.” A musician, singer, songwriter, poet, illustrator, actor, certified yoga and mindfulness meditation instructor, and author, she honorably served as a Turnaround artist working with students for the President’s Committee for the Arts and Humanities and continues serving through The Kennedy Center. She has recorded three critically acclaimed, best-selling solo albums and has also written songs for legendary artists such as Mavis Staples and The Blind Boys of Alabama. She’s been featured on The Tonight Show, CBS, PBS, Austin City Limits, Later with Jools, and many more. An Amazon #1 Best Seller in poetry, her first book, Maps for the Modern World, is a collection of lyrical poems and original illustrations about cultivating community, awareness, and harmony with our surroundings as we move fearlessly toward our dreams. She is the author of the children’s book Somebody to Love: The Story of Valerie June’s Sweet Little Baby Banjolele, published by Jack White’s Third Man Books. When she’s not touring, she splits her time between Tennessee and New York.
Indie musician and singer-songwriter Caitlin Jemma grew up in a small mining town in Northern Nevada. Her music draws inspiration from desert landscapes — inviting listeners into the depths of a raw, beautiful, and expansive human experience. Conjuring the soulfulness of Norah Jones, the melancholy of Joni Mitchell, and the lyric-bending bewitchment of Bonnie Raitt, Jemma’s songs take listeners on an atmospheric journey from heartbreak to hope. Her latest creations are inspired by death, heartbreak, transformation, and true love. Her vulnerable-yet-spirited songs explore the full emotional spectrum of being human, while posing an age-old philosophical question: “What is the true meaning of life?
$93.50 - VIP Experience
$37 - Section A