Rachael Yamagata, Radnor and Lee
Upstairs at White Oak Music Hall - Upstairs
A box office fee will be assessed on tickets purchased at Box Office on day of show. The fee varies by show.
State and local sales tax is included in the sales price.
Doors open at 8 PM
- Rachael Yamagata
- Radnor and Lee
All General Admission Tickets are Standing Room only
Yamagata unlocks your pain and gives it permission to breathe.
"Along with the bad-assery, Yamagata brings a world-weary passion to her singing. Her voice is a soul-baring, sultry instrument that commands center stage at all times. She has that deliberate, I’ll-sing-the-note-when-I’m-ready pacing that helped make Amy Winehouse great, and before her Billie Holliday.” Associated Press
The singer-songwriter unveils a dark fire burning within her obstinate self.” Paste
“Some singer/songwriters wear their hearts on their sleeves. Some of them also make sure they’re dripping with blood. Case in point: the ultra-emotive singer/pianist Rachael Yamagata.” Digital Trends
“Catchy and engaging, but consistently smart to boot” -- Mother Jones
“Like Screaming Jay Hawkins meeting Patsy Cline in a studio built by Sam Phillips and David Gold with Daniel Lanois producing, Tightrope Walker is all soul-fever dreams and bittersweet echoes, Yamagata’s breathy, sensuous vocals leading rumbling drums and swampy guitars, ghostly keyboards, and sorcerer’s tones.” - Electronic Musician
'More classy soul-baring pastorals from upstate New Yorker... a sonically rich experience that repays closer listening... Yamagata’s voice is superb at evoking languid heartache... This is an album of immersive and emotive pleasures’ – Uncut
Radnor and Lee