Dougy Ahern, Mariami, Kirsten Opstad, Ethan Chilton

Dougy Ahern tells timeless stories with his new age vintage sound. An east coast native from Baltimore, now settled in sunny Los Angeles, Dougy blends together Roots, Rock and Americana.

Mariami is known for her timeless, nostalgic soul sound. Her musical roots in traditional Georgian Church music lay the bed for her progressive songwriter tool kit. She paints with a kaleidoscopic palette in this way, blending ​Indo-European Soul & Pop. 

Kirsten Opstad is a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter. Her songs have been featured on Hulu in independent films. She has performed in legendary music venues, crowded living rooms, corners of art galleries, back rooms and cafes across the United States.

Kirsten's most recent album Stay Strangers is a collection of original recordings released by Teleportation Records and was recently featured in Mix Magazine. Produced and engineered by expert music technologist Jason Dragon and mixed by Platinum-selling Kraig Tyler, Stay Strangers is an intimate body of work which showcases the raw, emotional intensity of Kirsten’s songwriting and performance.

Previous recordings include: Land of the Free, a collection of covers mixed at Skeleton Studios; Fear of Swimming, a collection of originals recorded at Interstellar Studios; Together We Fall Apart, a multi-artist covers compilation of break up songs; and Keep Your Stupid Moon, a collaboration with poet/musician Steve Subrizi as The Crazy Exes from Hell.

She lives in Los Angeles and enjoys soup.​

Ethan Chilton

Ethan Chilton is here to bring out emotions for which words don’t exist. As a musician, leader, and global citizen, Ethan is taking an analytical approach to crafting jazz music with the purpose of elevating all of humanity, one chorus at a time. Ethan studies jazz trumpet at USC in Los Angeles where he plays in the funk band Cerulean, teaches lessons at primary schools, and studies business on the side. Ethan's most recent project, Chilltonix, is a jazz quartet born of Ethan's musical roots yet pushing the boundaries of the music.

$6.00 - $11.00


  • 7:45 - Mariami 
  • 8:30 - Kirsten Opstad
  • 9:15 - Dougy Ahern
  • 10:20 - Ethan Chilton

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