Katie Henry Band, The Outcrops
45 Main Street
Stanhope, NJ, 07874
Doors 6:00 PM (event ends at 11:00 PM)
Watch & Listen
Nothin but the blues!!!!!!
Katie Henry Band
Singer/songwriter and multi instrumentalist Katie Henry has been absorbing the life-altering glory of rock and blues music since her parents first put needle to vinyl. From her musical upbringing in the mountains of North Jersey to cutting her teeth in the New York City circuit, Katie channels all of her experience into her own distinctive sound. Whether she is crafting lyrics and melodies, soloing on her Gibson SG guitar, tickling the keys of a Vintage Vibe, or belting out a gut wrenching blues song, Katie shows that her music has no limits.
Described by audience members as deeply soulful and moving, Katie has been raising eyebrows in the festival scene throughout the northeast. To witness a performer who sings from her whole heart and gut is nothing short of energizing and inspiring.
Katie recently wowed audiences at Michael Arnone's 29th Annual Crawfish Festival, the Black Potatoe Festival, and has been featured on numerous NJ Radio shows like Richard Skelly's Low Budget Blues Program. Her highly anticipated debut album was recorded at Showplace Studios in New Jersey and is set to be released in the fall of 2018. Featured on her album is accomplished blues organist and producer John Ginty (Dixie Chicks, Jewel, Robert Randolph and The Family Band), guitarist Jonathan Fritz (Lionel Richie, Rachel Platten), bassist Antar Goodwin (Sting, Wyclef, Lauryn Hill) and heavy hitting drummer Maurice Moe Watson.
The Outcrops play music with heart. They have dug their roots into rock'n'roll, blues, funk, R&B, old country and jazz. Their original music is a unique blend of these styles stemming from the same soulful soil. Cassidy Rain (vocals/guitar) and Bryan Schroeder (lead guitar) started the band in 2016 with a passion for rock’n’roll and blues music from their love of bands such as the Allman Brothers, the Grateful Dead, and blues artists such as B.B King and Buddy Guy. Since then, The Outcrops have opened for Grammy nominated blues artist, Alexis P. Suter and they have shared the stage with Tim Carbone (Railroad Earth), Andy Goessling (Railroad Earth), and John Ginty (Robert Randolph Band, Allman Betts band).
Currently they are working on their debut album, due out this spring, with producer Tim Carbone at MixOLydian studios in Delaware Water Gap, PA. The Outcrops, however, are known mostly for their high energy live shows in which they often pay homage to artists such as Aretha Franklin, Eric Clapton, Big Bill Broonzy, and Smokey Robinson. They hope to enliven the passion for music in every audience and shed a little sunlight on such timeless music.
$12 in advance, or $15 cash at the door
$5 Food & Beverage Minimum collected in cash at door for all ages under 21; Voucher redeemable in restaurant.