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Songs For Juliet – A Benefit for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society



April 8
6:30 PM
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The Hook and Ladder Theater
3010 Minnehaha Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55406 United States
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A Benefit for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Songs For Juliet

Katy Vernon, Mary Bue, The Homefires (Sarah Morris and Vicky Emerson)

Sunday, April 8
at The Hook and Ladder Theater
Doors 6:30pm :: Music 7pm :: 21+
$9 Advance / $12 Day of Show
Proceeds go to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society


Katy Vernon
She was born and raised in London, UK, but in the past dozen or so years has established herself as one of the busiest musicians in Minnesota. Combining melodic pop/folk songwriting with her twangy Americana band. She has appeared with acts such as Garrison Keillor and the James Sewell Ballet, in addition to more than 50 shows a year. She also puts on her annual Uke Fest benefit. She uses her love of singing and playing ukulele, to make musical and charitable connections far and wide.

Katy has been described asOne of the Twin Cities’ most beloved folky singer/songwriters.” Star Tribune. Chris Riemenschneider.

Mary Bue
Mary Bue is an indie musician and yoga studio owner based in Minneapolis.  A prolific songwriter with 7 albums under her belt,  Mary’s music touches upon archetypal themes of the human condition:  love, loss,  triumph,  dreams,  and the natural world. A longtime student of yoga and psychology since her early teens, Mary weaves sacred subject matter into her songs with inquiries into the spirit,  the seeking of deeper levels of consciousness, and deep concern for the environment all mixed into her sometimes crass, real-world hue.

The Homefires is Vicky Emerson & Sarah Morris
The heartbeat of the Minneapolis/St. Paul music scene thrives on the diverse styles of music being created and performed. Within the ever changing fabric that nurtures new trends, the cities are becoming a haven for Americana music which have allowed songwriters like Sarah Morris and Vicky Emerson to launch their burgeoning solo careers. In 2016, Sarah and Vicky became close friends through similar interests as musicians, as mothers and how they juggle the everyday challenge of keeping those two entities in balance.