Red Stag Supperclub Entertainment Calendar

Warehouse Eyes
Wednesday, December 9, 2015 - 10:00pm

Self-described "music school misfits," Christopher Williams and Jennie Lawless have come to find their place in the vibrant world of alternative synth pop. The duo brings a tediously diverse musical background to the table - they are both classically trained and flitted from musical world to musical world in their teens and early 20s (from jazz to DIY folk to opera to alt-country).  Having an arsenal of musical styles at their fingertips, Williams and Lawless met in 2012 and the rest is history. They finally started making music they cared about.

Williams and Lawless remain the core duo and songwriters, Prisms presents Warehouse Eyes as a five-piece creative collective with Matt Vannelli (guitar), Kevin Scott (bass), and Alex Young (drums) all lending their talents to thicken up the complexities in harmonies and arrangement. Each musician was added to the mix not only for their high-caliber musical chops, but because of their artistry and ability to bring their individual creative input to the table.

Andy Cook & MRDR
Wednesday, December 16, 2015 - 10:00pm
Andy Cook

Andy Cook

Andy Cook presents simple styling and honest songwriting, brought to life with rawness and grit. Each song crafts a story of life, dreams, and the stories they bring. What you hear is what you get, nothing more and nothing less.Andy's first dream was to be a hockey goaltender, one that lasted through college and displayed the hidden drive and passion now showcased in his music. Having not played the guitar just four years ago, Andy's quiet demeanor is belied by his fast-strumming, energy-filled playing. Andy's lyrics open the door to a determined optimism always trying to break free of doubt, disappointment and the realities of life. As the lead single of Andy’s soon-to-be released EP says, "In this city of fortune, someday I'll find out where you are - I don't need riches, just a place to rest my heart."This self-titled debut EP, due out in February, was recorded live at Real-Phonic Studio in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and features a top-tier band of Erik Koskinen, Jeremy Ylvisaker, JT Bates, Zach Brose and Jourdan Myers. Full-formed yet minimally produced, Andy Cook's debut EP will introduce a new artist to the Americana scene while paying homage to influences current and past.


"Her writing is catchy enough for pop sensationalism while raw, witty and poetic enough to derive a pastoral Joni Mitchell vibe—begging to instigate an onslaught of nostalgic memories for anyone who has the pleasure of listening." -Alaina Oehrlein | the REDCURRENT