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Wednesday, 02/05/2020

Set Times

Doors at 8 | 21+
9 - Van William
9:45 - Murry Hammond (Old 97's)
10:30 - Jenny O.

Times subject to change without notice

Advance ticket price: $12.00

Day of Show ticket price: $15.00

The Satellite Presents

Jenny O.

Jenny O. is a singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, California. She has released two albums (Automechanic, Peace & Information) and two EPs (Home, Work). Songs from these records can be heard in television shows like Orange Is The New Black, Shameless, Riverdale, and the video game Rocksmith. Jenny O. has been touring for a decade, opening for Father John Misty, Faye Webster, The Wild Reeds, Rodriguez, The Proclaimers, Rodrigo Amarante, Robert Ellis, Leon Russell, and more. A new album will be out Spring 2020.

Murry Hammond (Old 97's)

Murry Hammond founded Texas alt-country legends Old 97's with Rhett Miller, and for almost 30 years has remained their psych-, garage- and folk-loving soul. In 2019, Murry discovered two more musical soulmates in Annie Crawford (keys) and Richard Hewett (drums), and together the band is wrapping up work on their first album with producer Mark Neill at his Soil of the South Studio in Valdosta, Georgia. Mark recorded Drag It Up by Old 97's and Murry's first solo album I Don't Know Where I'm Going But I'm On My Way, and has produced dozens of amazing artists such as J.D. McPherson, Dan Auerbach, and The Black Keys, with whom he won a Grammy for recording and producing their platinum breakthrough Brothers. Mark describes the band's sound as "a Southern Gothic Nick Drake experience" and they don't disagree. Murry also wants you to know that we heart the Carter Family and Syd Barrett, Rain Parade and Hank Williams, Johnny Cash and The Pink Floyd, tambourines and UFOs.

Van William

Van William Pierszalowski is a California-based singer/songwriter who first became known for his folk-rock outfit Port O'Brien and later the rock band WATERS. Formed in the late 2000s, Port O'Brien found initial success among the burgeoning indie folk movement, delivering rustic-toned tunes in the vein of bands like Great Lake Swimmers and Blitzen Trapper. Following the band's breakup in 2011, Pierszalowski relocated to Oslo, Norway, where he formed the more rock-oriented band WATERS, who made their debut that same year with Out in the Light. Returning to California, he eventually repopulated WATERS with a West Coast lineup and released two more LPs in 2015's What's Real and 2017's Something More! In the summer of 2017, Pierszalowski made his debut as a solo artist under the name Van William, releasing "Revolution," a collaborative single with Swedish sister duo First Aid Kit. It was later included on a four-song EP called The Revolution. Countries, William's first full-length as a solo act, was released in January 2018. ~ Timothy Monger, Rovi