Penny & Sparrow (seated show)

with Lera Lynn

Penny & Sparrow (seated show)

Wed May 11

Penny & Sparrow (seated show)

with Lera Lynn

Doors: 7:00 pm
Start: 8:00 pm
Age: Ages 21+ Only
Price:$22-$79
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Event Information

ARTIST PRESALE 11/10/2021 @ 10:00AM PT


SPOTIFY PRESALE 11/10/2021 @ 10:00AM PT


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Ticket Price: $22 advanced / $25 day of show / $39 reserved loft seating (available over the phone or in person at out box office) / $79 Penny & Sparrow Meet & Greet Package (includes a ticket to the show)


Penny & Sparrow Meet & Greet Package Includes: (available online only)



  • One general admission ticket

  • Early entry into the venue

  • Access to an intimate preshow soundcheck party

  • Q&A with Penny & Sparrow

  • Limited edition tour poster; autographed by Penny & Sparrow

  • Exclusive VIP Laminate

  • Limited availability


Limited availability


For questions regarding the VIP packages, please reach out to info@future-beat.com. VIP merchandise will be distributed at the show. 


A SEATED SHOW


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Penny and Sparrow

PENNY AND SPARROW
Written and recorded over the past year, Penny and Sparrow’s remarkable new album, Olly Olly, is a work of liberation and revelation, a full-throated embrace of the self from a band that’s committed to leaving no stone unturned in their tireless quest for actualization. The songs here are fearless and introspective, embracing growth and change as they reckon with desire, intimacy, doubt, and regret, and the arrangements are similarly bold and thoughtful, augmenting the duo’s rich, hypnotic brand of chamber folk with electronic flourishes and R&B grooves. The duo—Andy Baxter and Kyle Jahnke—produced Olly Olly themselves, working on their own without an outside collaborator for the first time, and the result is the purest, most authentic act of artistic self-expression the pair have ever achieved.
“Andy and I talk about the process of making this record like a sort of musical Rumspringa,” Jahnke says. “It was an opportunity to truly become ourselves, to evolve outside of the roles we’d been put in—or put ourselves in—because of the way we’d grown up.”
Texas natives Baxter and Jahnke first crossed paths at UT Austin, where they developed a fast friendship and a deeply symbiotic musical connection. Jahnke was a gifted guitarist with an ear for melody, Baxter, an erudite lyricist with a mesmerizing voice and crystalline falsetto, and the duo quickly found that their vocals blended together as if they’d been singing in harmony their whole lives. Beginning with 2013’s ‘Tenboom,’ the staunchly DIY pair released a series of critically lauded records that garnered comparisons to the hushed intimacy of Iron & Wine and the adventurous beauty of Bon Iver, building up a devoted fanbase along the way through relentless touring and word-of-mouth buzz. NPR praised the band’s songwriting as a “delicate dance between heartache and resolve,” while Rolling Stone hailed their catalog as “folk music for Sunday mornings, quiet evenings, and all the fragile moments in between.” The duo’s most recent album, 2019’s Finch, marked a turning point in their career, pushing their sound to experimental new heights as it wrestled with notions of masculinity and religion and transformation in deeper, more personal ways than ever before. The record debuted at #2 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart and was met with a rapturous response from critics and audiences alike, racking up more than 40 million streams on Spotify and earning the band their biggest headline tour to date.

Lera Lynn

Lynn’s debut album, Have You Met Lera Lynn? was released in 2011. The album is an edgy collection of her songs with a convincing country sound that harkens back to the genre’s glory days and has received rave reviews and numerous awards. Recorded in Athens Ga, with producer C.K. Koch the album includes; “Bobby Baby,” a winner of the Chris Austin Songwriting Contest at Merlefest (an honor she shares with past winners Gillian Welch and Tift Merrit). The song was also voted Best Alternative Country Song in the Independent Music Awards Vox Pop Poll. (She filmed a hair-raising video for the track.) The opening song on the album, Whiskey, is one of Lynn's oldest songs and remains a crowd favorite at her shows. The song is a portrayal of a young girl trying to cope in an environment of addiction and denial. Following the album’s release, she received the “Best Americana Artist” honors at the Athens’ Flagpole Music Awards.