Lost Lake Presents
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmLost Lake
$12.00 - $15.00
This event is 16 and over
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That theme is at the core of Tristen’s music — music that is smart but accessible, meticulously constructed but undeniably infectious.
A native of South Side Chicago turned longtime Nashville resident, Tristen has released two critically acclaimed solo records — 2011’s Charlatans at the Garden Gate and 2013’s CAVES
— and toured extensively as a member of Jenny Lewis’ backing band. The folk-oriented Charlatans earned her praise as “Nashville’s best-kept secret” (The Boston Globe), and the more synth-pop-oriented CAVES featured “tales of greed, alienation and heartache, made poignant but never saccharine by their electronically enhanced surroundings” (Nashville Scene).
Tristen has been singing since she could speak, and writing and recording her own songs since she was a teenager. Now an established touring musician with finely tuned chops and a knack for lashing exceptional melodies to her singularly poetic lyrics, she travels with a practiced backing
trio of top-notch Nashville sidemen. Together, they bring Tristen’s lush, expertly crafted arrangements to life, giving the singer room to brandish her outsized vocals and win audiences with her powerful stage presence — performances that channel the rock ’n’ roll eclecticism of David Bowie and the creative prowess of Dolly Parton.
“Performing is my favorite thing to do in the world,” she says. “It’s like meditation for me. I let go. Ultimately, performing is about the audience, the singer and the band, and the shared experience. And at the center is truth and beauty.”
In 2016, Tristen released her first book of poetry, Saturnine, a collection of 18 poems that span from the “green carpet hills by San Francisco” to the “cold hard streets of Chicago” and brim with a kaleidoscope of characters. Her third album, Sneaker Waves, will be released July 7 via Modern Outsider Records.
in Los Angeles, California with her self-produced Home EP.
Songs from this record were licensed for film and television,
commercials for Subaru and Toyota, a video game called
Rocksmith, and earned her tours with artists like Ben Harper,
Leon Russell, and Father John Misty. Soon after, Jenny
released her debut full-length album, Automechanic, and
toured separately with Rodrigo Amarante and MexicanAmerican
psychedelic musician Rodriguez across the U.S. and
Europe. Jenny appeared with her band on Last Call With
Carson Daly twice in 2014 and recorded the theme song for
ABC's Selfie, as well as a Coca-Cola commercial for the 2014
Winter Olympic Games. She spent the past year writing in
Nashville and has returned to California to record her second
album with producer Jonathan Wilson. Jenny is a multiinstrumentalist,
performing mainly on guitar but in the studio
often plays bass, piano and her own string arrangements on
viola. She writes songs reminiscent of classic styles of the 60's
and 70's and has been likened to songwriters like Harry
Nilsson, Judee Sill, and J.J. Cale. In 2014 LA Weekly named
her one of The 10 Best Young L.A. Singer-Songwriters and in
2015 she has won the Holly Prize/Song Writers Hall of Fame.
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