Karen & The Sorrows, Tatters & Rags, Girls On Grass

Thu Mar 8 2018

7:00 PM

The Safari Room at El Cortez

17 Ingraham Street Brooklyn, NY 11206

Ages 21+

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Brooklyn alt-country band Karen & the Sorrows “write loss and heartbreak, and goddamn are they good at it.” (F*** Yeah, Queer Music) Their debut album The Names of Things is full of “haunting pedal steel work and unvarnished heartbreak” (Bust Magazine) and was voted one of the Freeform American Roots Chart’s best debut albums of 2014. New York Music Daily writes, “Country keeps evolving and Karen & the Sorrows are taking it to a place it’s never been before, a good and creepy one.” Queer country pioneers, The Sorrows co-founded the Gay Ole Opry, the first ever queer country music festival, and host the popular Queer Country Quarterly, helping to build new community for people who love country music even if country music doesn’t always love them back.

Their second full-length album, The Narrow Place, will be released August 25th.

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Karen & The Sorrows, Tatters & Rags, Girls On Grass

Thu Mar 8 2018 7:00 PM

The Safari Room at El Cortez Brooklyn NY
Karen & The Sorrows, Tatters & Rags, Girls On Grass
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Ages 21+

Brooklyn alt-country band Karen & the Sorrows “write loss and heartbreak, and goddamn are they good at it.” (F*** Yeah, Queer Music) Their debut album The Names of Things is full of “haunting pedal steel work and unvarnished heartbreak” (Bust Magazine) and was voted one of the Freeform American Roots Chart’s best debut albums of 2014. New York Music Daily writes, “Country keeps evolving and Karen & the Sorrows are taking it to a place it’s never been before, a good and creepy one.” Queer country pioneers, The Sorrows co-founded the Gay Ole Opry, the first ever queer country music festival, and host the popular Queer Country Quarterly, helping to build new community for people who love country music even if country music doesn’t always love them back.

Their second full-length album, The Narrow Place, will be released August 25th.