Lilly Hiatt - Free In-Store Show & Lunch!
Wednesday October 18th, 2017 @ 12:00 PM
Vinyl Renaissance & Audio - 7932 Santa Fe Drive Overland Park, KS 66204
Take in a Free Lunch & In-Store Show on us, with New West Records recording artist, Lilly Hiatt. Lilly's new record "Trinity" has received rave reviews:
"With her third record, second generation alt-country performer Lilly Hiatt has offered up a career-defining album full of songwriting gems and inspired performances that is spirited to the heights of infectious listening by smart and considerate production. This personal and galvanized work finds the full realization of Lilly Hiatt’s vision, voice, and potential as a songwriter and performer, stepping out of the shadow of a famous name, forging her own sound and identity, and announcing her participation in discussions of who is worthy of praise in a new generation of emerging artists energized by rock and country in equal measures."
Lilly and her band will be performing on the Vinyl Renaissance & Audio Overland Park stage, Wednesday October 18th at Noon in support of her show at Knuckleheads Saloon later that Night!
LILLY HIATT - TRINITY LANE (New West Records) NOW AVAILABLE ON CD AND LP!
“Gonna hang on a little bit longer, sleep well, work a little harder; put my faith in something I can’t see,” sings Lilly Hiatt on the title track of her third LP, Trinity Lane. It’s a set of honest words from an album of personal truths. Produced by Michael Trent of Shovels & Rope, Trinity Lane melds the observational with the confessional and never tries to follow any particular genre code – the guitar riffs are as Seattle as they are southern, the topics are modern as they are built on the past. The songs on Trinity Lane have even helped Hiatt process things like the death of David Bowie, which functions as a metaphor for a lost lover. On the heavily nineties-tinged “The Night David Bowie Died,” she bids farewell to a relationship and to a musical genius while also evoking Veruca Salt-style vocals and guitars. It was a track written entirely in one stream-of-consciousness, where Hiatt didn’t edit or write anything down – she just sang and played. “That was David Bowie’s little gift to me,” she says with a laugh. Trinity Lane is full of gifts and full of guts – an album that is a healing process and a road map forward, filled with Hiatt’s wildly expressive approach to songwriting and stark, honest lyrics. But to hear that journey, all you have to do is listen.