Katie Day and Scott Griffin Padden - Private Parlor Show (($10 before/$15 day of show))

After years of performing and recording as a multi-instrumentalist/background vocalist for various bands across the country, Midwest native Katie Day packed up her life (mostly instruments & Chicago Cubs merch) to head west. It was there that a series of heartbreaks, heartbreakings, financial crises, and other misfortunes led her to find her voice, put her foot down, and enter the studio to record her debut solo EP, Burn It to the Ground. Burn It has been featured both on Mtv’s The Real World and on the big screen. Following the success of her debut EP, Day once again hit the studio to produce her latest work, Kids. An homage to her Midwestern upbringing, Kids is deemed as “dreamy indie pop” and likened to Washed Out, Tame Impala, and M83. Kids was written (with the exception of Foo Fighters cover, “Everlong”), co-produced, and performed almost exclusively by Day. With such a diverse range of talents, Katie Day is surely an artist to keep your eye on.

Scott Griffin Padden

Scott Griffin Padden is no stranger to the road—he’s spent the last three years touring the country as a bassist with folk-Americana band, Goodnight, Texas—but that hasn’t stopped him from putting roots down in the San Francisco music universe. A native of Lansing, Michigan, he relocated to the Bay Area in 2011 to perform as a classical musician, but found his path taking a left turn when he reconnected with high school friend Ross James, and was offered an opportunity to perform regularly at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael. It was there that he had the chance to hone his skills as a bassist, guitarist, drummer, vocalist, and keyboardist, culminating with a world tour in 2014 on keys with Phil Lesh and the Terrapin Family Band.

Since then, Padden has focused his attention on Goodnight, Texas, recording on their 2014 release, Uncle John Farquahr. The band had a calendar year touring in 2015, logging nearly 30,000 miles on the road on 5 separate tours. Highlights include a performance on NPR’s Mountain Stage radio broadcast, a sold-out headlining show on at the Black Cat in Washington D.C., Stubbs BBQ in Austin supporting The Family Crest, and a California tour with Two Gallants, featuring a stop at the Fillmore in San Francisco. The band’s yet-to-be-named third record is due out later this year.

In the intervening weeks when he’s not trekking around the U.S., Padden spends his time creating his own music with friends and playing solo shows. While his strongest influences are obvious—Paul Westerberg, Ryan Adams, and The Anniversary come to mind—he also draws heavily on the juggernauts of an older era, most notably the Rolling Stones and The Beach Boys. He is still an active classical musician, and is a founding member of the San Francisco based chamber orchestra collective, One Found Sound.

$10.00 - $15.00


$10 up to the day before and $15 day of show both online and at the door.

Private Parlor Shows are open to all friends and fans of The Lost Church and the performers.

Seating is first come, first served. We recommend you buy in advance to ensure being a part of the event (parlor shows often sell out), but you can also try purchasing at the door on the night of the show.

Online sales are active until 9:30pm the night of show (unless sold out). You can purchase tickets right at the door using a card via your phone and the above Ticketfly.com link. That old-fashioned cash is also accepted, of course.

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