"The poster-child for intersectionality," and has been called "the Woody Guthrie of our generation."
Award-winning singer-songwriters Heather Mae and Crys Matthews are joining forces once again to spread their message of social-justice, hope and love from coast to coast as The Singing OUT Tour, a celebration of LGBTQ+ Pride. Mae, whose evocative vocals and rhythmic piano style call to mind artists like Stevie Nicks and Sara Bareilles, creates intoxicating and unforgettable music inspired by her own personal experiences as a queer, plus-size woman living with Bipolar Disorder. Matthews, a powerful lyricist whose songs of compassionate dissent reflect her lived experience as what she, a black, lesbian, butch-identified woman, lightheartedly calls "the poster-child for intersectionality," has been called "the Woody Guthrie of our generation."

The only thing as good as the show? The drink you have after

GRAB A BITE, BEFORE OR AFTER

A few short steps from the Listening Room is One Twenty Three—our neighborly New American Tavern, serving hearty dishes with modern flare.

"The poster-child for intersectionality," and has been called "the Woody Guthrie of our generation."
Award-winning singer-songwriters Heather Mae and Crys Matthews are joining forces once again to spread their message of social-justice, hope and love from coast to coast as The Singing OUT Tour, a celebration of LGBTQ+ Pride. Mae, whose evocative vocals and rhythmic piano style call to mind artists like Stevie Nicks and Sara Bareilles, creates intoxicating and unforgettable music inspired by her own personal experiences as a queer, plus-size woman living with Bipolar Disorder. Matthews, a powerful lyricist whose songs of compassionate dissent reflect her lived experience as what she, a black, lesbian, butch-identified woman, lightheartedly calls "the poster-child for intersectionality," has been called "the Woody Guthrie of our generation."

The only thing as good as the show? The drink you have after

GRAB A BITE, BEFORE OR AFTER

A few short steps from the Listening Room is One Twenty Three—our neighborly New American Tavern, serving hearty dishes with modern flare.

When you hear it, you know it

Listening Room strikes a chord with music lovers who crave a more intimate setting—one that goes against the mainstream concert experience.

Up close and musical

Our venue’s stage is one foot off the ground, creating an instant connection between the artist and the audience. You’ll feel like you’re in an underground jazz club, whether you’re hearing folk, rock, or any other number of genres.

Take a step inside

Take the tour and see what makes us wired for sound.

Bourbon

The bottom shelf isn’t invited. We’ll have the good stuff. It’ll be neat. (Or on the rocks, that's up to you.)

Cocktails

We’re teaming up with Long Road Distillery to create a series of signature draft cocktails. Not only are they delicious, we want to make sure the sound of shakers comes from the band, not the bar.

Beer & Wine

The stage isn’t the only place we’re curating. With select craft beers on tap and just the right wines on our list, you’ll love the tastes of Listening Room as much as the sounds.

The only thing as good as the show? The drink you have after

Grab a Bite, Before or After

A few short steps from the Listening Room is One Twenty Three—our neighborly New American Tavern, serving hearty dishes with modern flare.

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