*Moved to Underground Arts on 4/5* Foxtrot & The Get Down
Brianna Judge, Hannah Krupa
1200 Callowhill Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19108
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:30 PM
This event is 21 and over
Foxtrot & The Get Down
Born from the streets of Northeast Philadelphia, as well as Havertown, PA, Colin Budny, Ryan Fox, and Ken Bianco met as freshman at West Chester University, Erica Ruiz later joined the band in 2014. Foxtrot has been playing big shows across the East Coast and in 2014 Foxtrot & The Get Down was named the top artist to watch for out of the Philly/Jersey area by Creative Spotlights. The band has a great southern sound and they really know how to rock the crowd.
Brianna Judge is a native of Philadelphia’s Northeast and graduate from the Fox School of Business of Temple University. She grew up jamming on guitar with her Dad and is still doing that now. Brianna has been performing at popular venues in Philadelphia since 2011 but the release of her debut album WIDE EYES cements her position in the city’s ever-growing music scene.
Judge’s music is a fresh mix of indie rock delivering a dynamic blend of rhythmic acoustic guitar work, and fat, well rounded electric guitar tones. Her lyrics are based on personal perspective and address undeniably human encounters with love, anxiety, and heartache.
In addition to writing her own new music, Brianna is currently working with fellow Philly artists Foxtrot and the Get Down and Abi Reimold, contributing her artistic talents to their original music.
The new album WIDE EYES was recorded at Turtle Studios in South Philadelphia and was produced by Ross Bellenoit. The record was released in 2018 on October 24th with a justifiably packed house at Philadelphia’s Johnny Brenda’s.
I grew up on a horse farm in New Jersey—running through the woods, swimming, singing and dancing in the kitchen to Annie Lennox and Sade, as my mom made dinner—these are the images that create the memories of my childhood. And like so many singer/songwriters before me, my first memory of singing was in church. My grandfather was a Methodist minister and having that gospel influence at such an early age takes deep root.
Alongside going to horse shows and the shore, I was continually being exposed to music, from WXPN 88.5 concerts to a singer/songwriter cruise when I was 10 years old, featuring Emmy Lou Harris and Brandie Carlile. Music has been THE constant in my life for as long as I can remember.
I value being a participant in life—that's what music and singing does for me most, it grounds me in the moment while channeling my soul and beliefs into something that can affect change. I believe in the power of spirituality and time spent alone in nature but I am passionate about taking action which is what I hope to accomplish through my music.
I recently played festivals and clubs throughout the greater Philadelphia area before spending the past year traveling, expanding my horizons and finding inspiration from Japan to London. I am now back on the east coast writing and recording a new album . . . developing my signature style of sultry soul.
$10 Advance / $13 Day of Show
Due to venue construction at Milkboy, this show has been moved to Underground Arts on a new date - FRIDAY, APRIL 5TH - Tickets purchased for the original show will be honored at the door and refunds are available at the point of purchase. Tickets available here: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1838516?utm_medium=bks