Fri Jun 25 2021

7:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

The Mill & Mine

227 W. Depot Avenue Knoxville, TN 37917

$15.00 - $35.00

Ages 18+

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THIS IS A REDUCED CAPACITY, SOCIALLY DISTANT, RESERVED SEATED EVENT.

TABLES AND SEATS MUST BE PURCHASED TOGETHER FOR EACH PARTY. ONLY ONE PARTY WILL BE SEATED PER TABLE. 

MASKS ARE REQUIRED TO ENTER AND MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES EXCEPT WHEN ACTIVELY EATING OR DRINKING.

For more information on venue COVID policies, please visit themillandmine.com. For a seating chart, click here

Ticket Prices: Tickets range from $15.00-$35.00 plus fees. 

On Sale: Friday, March 26th at 10AM. 

About Amythyst Kiah:

“Black Myself” GRAMMY nominated for Best Americana Roots Song 

Included in PEOPLE Magazine’s Talented Black Musical Artists on the Rise in 2021”

“One of Americana’s great up-and-coming secrets.”— Rolling Stone

“She really is important in reminding people that there is a great tradition of African-American, old-time musicians. I love that she sings in this really rich low vocal range, just straight from the chest, resonant.” — NPR

“Her razor-sharp guitar picking alone guarantees her a place among masters, but it’s her deep-hued voice that can change on a dime from brushed steel to melted toffee that commands attention.” — The New York Times

With an unforgettable voice that’s both unfettered and exquisitely controlled, the Tennessee-bred singer/songwriter expands on the uncompromising artistry she most recently revealed as part of Our Native Daughters, an all-women-of-color supergroup whose Kiah-penned standout “Black Myself” earned a Grammy Award nomination for Best American Roots Song and won Song of the Year at the 2019 Folk Alliance International Awards. When met with the transcendent quality of her newly elevated sound, what emerges is an extraordinary vessel for Kiah’s songwriting: a raw yet nuanced examination of grief, alienation, and the hard-won triumph of total self-acceptance.

This new studio version of “Black Myself” is a glorious collision of two vastly different worlds: the iconoclastic alt-rock that first sparked her musical passion, and the roots/old-time-music scene. Produced by Tony Berg (Phoebe Bridgers, Amos Lee, Andrew Bird) the track was recorded at the legendary Sound City Studios in Los Angeles.

 

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    “Black Myself” GRAMMY nominated for Best Americana Roots Song 

    Included in PEOPLE Magazine’s Talented Black Musical Artists on the Rise in 2021”

    “One of Americana’s great up-and-coming secrets.”— Rolling Stone

    “She really is important in reminding people that there is a great tradition of African-American, old-time musicians. I love that she sings in this really rich low vocal range, just straight from the chest, resonant.” — NPR

    “Her razor-sharp guitar picking alone guarantees her a place among masters, but it’s her deep-hued voice that can change on a dime from brushed steel to melted toffee that commands attention.” — The New York Times

    With an unforgettable voice that’s both unfettered and exquisitely controlled, the Tennessee-bred singer/songwriter expands on the uncompromising artistry she most recently revealed as part of Our Native Daughters, an all-women-of-color supergroup whose Kiah-penned standout “Black Myself” earned a Grammy Award nomination for Best American Roots Song and won Song of the Year at the 2019 Folk Alliance International Awards. When met with the transcendent quality of her newly elevated sound, what emerges is an extraordinary vessel for Kiah’s songwriting: a raw yet nuanced examination of grief, alienation, and the hard-won triumph of total self-acceptance.

    This new studio version of “Black Myself” is a glorious collision of two vastly different worlds: the iconoclastic alt-rock that first sparked her musical passion, and the roots/old-time-music scene. Produced by Tony Berg (Phoebe Bridgers, Amos Lee, Andrew Bird) the track was recorded at the legendary Sound City Studios in Los Angeles.

Amythyst Kiah

Fri Jun 25 2021 7:00 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

The Mill & Mine Knoxville TN
Amythyst Kiah
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$15.00 - $35.00 Ages 18+

THIS IS A REDUCED CAPACITY, SOCIALLY DISTANT, RESERVED SEATED EVENT.

TABLES AND SEATS MUST BE PURCHASED TOGETHER FOR EACH PARTY. ONLY ONE PARTY WILL BE SEATED PER TABLE. 

MASKS ARE REQUIRED TO ENTER AND MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES EXCEPT WHEN ACTIVELY EATING OR DRINKING.

For more information on venue COVID policies, please visit themillandmine.com. For a seating chart, click here

Ticket Prices: Tickets range from $15.00-$35.00 plus fees. 

On Sale: Friday, March 26th at 10AM. 

About Amythyst Kiah:

“Black Myself” GRAMMY nominated for Best Americana Roots Song 

Included in PEOPLE Magazine’s Talented Black Musical Artists on the Rise in 2021”

“One of Americana’s great up-and-coming secrets.”— Rolling Stone

“She really is important in reminding people that there is a great tradition of African-American, old-time musicians. I love that she sings in this really rich low vocal range, just straight from the chest, resonant.” — NPR

“Her razor-sharp guitar picking alone guarantees her a place among masters, but it’s her deep-hued voice that can change on a dime from brushed steel to melted toffee that commands attention.” — The New York Times

With an unforgettable voice that’s both unfettered and exquisitely controlled, the Tennessee-bred singer/songwriter expands on the uncompromising artistry she most recently revealed as part of Our Native Daughters, an all-women-of-color supergroup whose Kiah-penned standout “Black Myself” earned a Grammy Award nomination for Best American Roots Song and won Song of the Year at the 2019 Folk Alliance International Awards. When met with the transcendent quality of her newly elevated sound, what emerges is an extraordinary vessel for Kiah’s songwriting: a raw yet nuanced examination of grief, alienation, and the hard-won triumph of total self-acceptance.

This new studio version of “Black Myself” is a glorious collision of two vastly different worlds: the iconoclastic alt-rock that first sparked her musical passion, and the roots/old-time-music scene. Produced by Tony Berg (Phoebe Bridgers, Amos Lee, Andrew Bird) the track was recorded at the legendary Sound City Studios in Los Angeles.

 

Amythyst Kiah

Amythyst Kiah

Alternative

“Black Myself” GRAMMY nominated for Best Americana Roots Song 

Included in PEOPLE Magazine’s Talented Black Musical Artists on the Rise in 2021”

“One of Americana’s great up-and-coming secrets.”— Rolling Stone

“She really is important in reminding people that there is a great tradition of African-American, old-time musicians. I love that she sings in this really rich low vocal range, just straight from the chest, resonant.” — NPR

“Her razor-sharp guitar picking alone guarantees her a place among masters, but it’s her deep-hued voice that can change on a dime from brushed steel to melted toffee that commands attention.” — The New York Times

With an unforgettable voice that’s both unfettered and exquisitely controlled, the Tennessee-bred singer/songwriter expands on the uncompromising artistry she most recently revealed as part of Our Native Daughters, an all-women-of-color supergroup whose Kiah-penned standout “Black Myself” earned a Grammy Award nomination for Best American Roots Song and won Song of the Year at the 2019 Folk Alliance International Awards. When met with the transcendent quality of her newly elevated sound, what emerges is an extraordinary vessel for Kiah’s songwriting: a raw yet nuanced examination of grief, alienation, and the hard-won triumph of total self-acceptance.

This new studio version of “Black Myself” is a glorious collision of two vastly different worlds: the iconoclastic alt-rock that first sparked her musical passion, and the roots/old-time-music scene. Produced by Tony Berg (Phoebe Bridgers, Amos Lee, Andrew Bird) the track was recorded at the legendary Sound City Studios in Los Angeles.