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** Pardon our appearance, we are are making improvements to the venue and we appreciate your patience. For this event, draft service will be suspended. Limited canned beer will be available along with all of our spirits. **
General Admission Standing Room Only
Trousdale is a powerful female band consisting of Quinn D’Andrea, Georgia Greene and Lauren Jones. Their melodic and heartfelt harmonies are often compared to The Chicks and The Staves, but the girls draw inspiration from a wide array of music, including Crosby Stills and Nash, Kacey Musgraves and HAIM. Driven by their passion to empower young women, Trousdale is committed to making quality music that spreads a message of self-acceptance and love.
Trousdale has self-released five EPs and in September 2023 releaed their debut album, collecting over 50M in the last three years. Prior to their debut album, their catalog was entirely self-produced. Out Of My Mind includes songs co-written with Jon Bellion, Madi Diaz, Jon Green and Natalie Hemby, and co-production by Jon Green, John Mark Nelson, and others.
The band have gathered fans internationally through both headline and support shows. With extensive festival experience in both the UK and US, they’ve also supported JP Saxe, Lawrence and Cory Wong. With Wong, Trousdale performed as special guests in rooms such as Ryman Auditorium and The Beacon Theatre in February and March 2023. Trousdale also headlined their first US tour around those dates, and in October 2023 they wrapped up their longest headline run to date on the Catching A Ride Tour.
Their aforementioned debut full-length was released as a series of three EPs, for the trio themselves, culminating in their debut LP, Out Of My Mind.
Julia Pratt is a 22 year old singer-songwriter based in Philadelphia. A songwriter at heart, Julia’s music blends pop, jazz, r&b, and folk, with dashes of electronic production. Grounded in poignant lyricism inspired by songwriters such as Kevin Garrett, Amy Winehouse, and Hozier, Julia writes about family, love, betrayal, and grappling with the concept of “the self.” She kicked off 2023 opening for artists such as Brandi Carlile, Hozier, The Head and the Heart, the Revivalists, and Adam Melchor, embarked on a national tour opening for Australian ambient pop artist Vancouver Sleep Clinic, and was runner up for NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest On The Road tour in Philadelphia. Julia is gearing up for a series of releases throughout the rest of 2023 and 2024, starting with her brand new EP Two To Tango (Out 10/27). It features A Little Love, her hit collaboration with Matt Quinn of Mt. Joy.
295 Treadwell Street
Hamden, CT, 06514