Sun, Feb 11|
Pittsburgh Winery @ The Cellar
Galentine's Day: Anna Smyrk and Adrianna Nooone w/ Julia Norah
Doors at 6PM | Show at 6:30PM | 21 and over
Time & Location
Feb 11, 2024, 6:30 PM
Pittsburgh Winery @ The Cellar, 2809 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, USA
About the event
Galentine's Day w/ Anna Smyrk and Adrianna Noone w/ special guest Julia Norah Plus a FREE Tasting Room performance by Bre Short (3:30pm)
About Anna Smyrk:
With a voice described as ‘truly astonishing’ by Rolling Stone, Anna Smyrk is a powerful singer and song-maker from Australia. Her songs range from hook-laden anthems to vulnerable alt-folk ballads, all tied together by her unique voice and astute lyricism. The last year has been massive for Anna, with highlights including touring North America and Europe, official showcases at NXNE (Canada), Folk Alliance International (USA) and Live at Heart (Sweden) and recording a new EP in Nashville with award-winning producer Jake Finch and Collin Patore (Lucy Dacus).
Her most recent release, a collection of long-distance love songs that sits somewhere in the sonic realm between Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen and Middle Kids, cemented her reputation as ‘a significant songwriter with an exceptional voice’ (Backseat Mafia UK). Singles from the EP have been added to rotation on national radio and MTV and described as ‘soul-stirring’ by Triple J. Anna has toured widely throughout Australia and this summer will see her gracing stages at Port Fairy Folk Festival and Woodford Folk Festival.
About Adrianna Noone:
Adrianna Noone is an indie/folk/americana singer-songwriter born and raised in Rochester, NY. Her songs tell tales of love and heartache, blending indie and rock with a slight yankee twang. She formed her band at the start of the pandemic in 2020 and has since played at the Rochester Lilac Fest, Party in the Park, Buffalo’s Thursday & Main, and Babeville. At 25, she has sung with Brandi Carlile, opened for Lyle Lovett, and continues to tour the northeast and Midwest solo, with her band, or previously as 1/6 of the Rochester-based band Public Water Supply.