McKain Lakey will be returning to Jefferson County! “Queer Americana with a Countrypolitan twist.”
We invite you to join us at our home for an intimate, accessible and delightful show!
When: Thursday, June 1st, 2023, "Doors open" at 6:00 pm, show starts at 6:30 pm
Where: Chimacum, WA - the exact location is given upon RSVP - Parking limited - Outdoors
Suggested donation: $10-$25, no one turned away (all proceeds go to musicians).
RSVP: Please RSVP by emailing email@example.com. We request people commit to their reservation. If you cancel, and we are unable to fill your place(s) from the waitlist, please consider donating to musicians to cover empty seat(s)/loss of revenue. Many touring musicians live by these performances - this is their livelihood.
All are welcome! (But please RSVP) Please feel free to bring your kids, to tell your friends - if they want to come, have them RSVP. There is limited space.
Who is McKain?
Described by What’s Up Magazine as “a time capsule unearthed, fine-tuned and re-imagined”, McKain Lakey draws creative inspiration from far corners of the American folk music tradition. Lakey blurs lines of old and new, referencing musical textures of past eras while unabashedly exploring topics of mental health, family separation, rural identity and queer love.(MarchFourth, The Pazific, Hot Damn Scandal).
McKain will be joined by songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Kat Bula and Seattle-based saxophonist Jane Covert-Bowlds (MarchFourth, The Pazific, Hot Damn Scandal).