Spaceland.& Wide-eyed Present
Elizabeth Woolf, M'Lynn, Kate Grahn
450 Main Street
Los Angeles, CA, 90013
This event is 21 and over
Elizabeth is a Los Angeles based singer/songwriter, with a passion for storytelling, music, and ice cream. She recently released her first single "I Could Get Used To This" on all streaming platforms.
Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, M’Lynn is a young and exciting new artist! A recent graduate of Booker T. Washington High School for the Visual and Performing Arts in Dallas, M’Lynn has been writing and performing her own music since she was twelve. She has quickly grown into an accomplished pianist, singer and songwriter, with songwriting that is personal and mature beyond her years. It’s hard to pinpoint M’Lynn’s style, which is a mixture of blues, jazz, pop and soul. It’s refreshing, contemplative and intense!
When you put together a dash of rebellion, a hint of soul, and a spark of feminism, you get Kate Grahn, an LA born-and-raised songstress & USC Thornton Pop-major. Through her sharing of genres such as pop/rock and indie-alternative, it is evident that Grahn is the spunky, edgy, and old-fashioned starlet the world needs. At only 21 years old, she has grabbed the attention of a wide-ranging demographic, all those old and young, as she speaks to fans of Bishop Briggs, Grace Potter, and Stevie Nicks.
Although she grew up under the spotlight of her single mother, General Hospital star Nancy Lee Grahn, Kate was consistently determined to stay authentic, from adolescence to the present. While her songs pay tribute to her childhood, including themes of trust, abandonment, love, and illness, they also shadow the current issues of today, which is what motivates Grahn the most.
Grahn is an advocate for equal rights and promoting women empowerment. This goes lengths in proving that Kate Grahn is a fighter, using her music to protest, encourage, and raise up others as the art had been intended to do. Her aim is to inspire women in the world to utilize their voice, especially in today's political and social climate where many do not/can not.