Kim McClay
with Brett Landin, Wallker
The Map Room
Mon October 23 @ 6:30 PM (Doors: )
21 and up
$8.00 Buy Tickets
Kim McClay a multi-disciplined artist, Kim is a New York City based singer, songwriter, and actress whose passion for music has been the guiding light throughout her career. Her musical style can be described as eclectic with something for everyone - a little folk, a little funk! She derives inspiration from artists like Lianne La Havas, Joni Mitchell, and Lake Street Dive (to name a few) & has created a sound she uniquely considers "jazzy folk-pop". Her debut album 'My Sanity' is streaming on all platforms & is looking forward to releasing new music very soon! Read more about her career & music at her website: www.kim-mcclay.com

Brett Landin is a Southern-raised, Dallas-based singer-songwriter breaking into country music with her powerful sound and honest storytelling. Her debut EP “Who Knew” is out now. Her musical stylings and lyrics hold space for an authenticity that fills in the gaps of the current country genre. Her music delves into the heart-warming and heart-breaking realities of what it means to navigate life, loss, and love. Through each line, each verse, each chorus, she invites us to share in her personal journey through raw lyrics that resonate through her smoky vocals. The sound and impact of her voice has led her to be compared to the likes of country’s contemporary and classic great female artists like Kelsea Ballerini, Carly Pearce, Ashley McBryde and Lee Ann Womack.Today, we are witnessing her career flourish across the country music scene. Her debut single, “Small Town Girl” earned places on top Spotify playlists such as “Fresh Finds Country” for four weeks straight following its release.

Wallker is the musical project of producer and songwriter Michael Daniel. Born and raised on a small farm in rural Washington , their sound harnesses the vastness and intimacy of connection and the human experience. With an array of influence from Post Rock to Ambient soundscapes , the duality of the music matches the over arching themes within and constantly reaches for something brand new yet home-like and familiar