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Saturday 12.07.13 - Queer Country Monthly Presents - !!!! Jean Marie, Rachel Easterly, AJ, The Momos and Karen and the Sorrows alllll night! with DJ Moochie spinning after!

Dearest cowpeople, it's time for the Queer Country Monthly! This Saturday we'll be at our beloved Branded Saloon starting a little later than usual with doors at 9pm. Your faithful host Karen & the Sorrows will be taking the stage with some stellar acts this month: The Momos, Jean Marie and Rachel Easterly, and AJ Lewis.

WHEN: Saturday, December 7th, 9:00 pm
WHERE: Branded Saloon, 603 Vanderbilt Avenue at the corner of Bergen St, Brooklyn
DOOR: $5 (but no one ever turned away for lack of funds)
RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/740934755920017

Read on for more info about the bands and your hard-working queer country team below. Hope to see you all soon!

xoxo,
karen

Jean Marie
www.jeanmarie.bandcamp.com
Jean Marie was born and raised in the foggy climes of San Francisco but now calls Brooklyn her home. She makes quiet folk music in the tradition of Nick Drake and Elliott Smith.

Rachel Easterly 
www.seeper.bandcamp.com
Rachel Easterly was raised on somber/cutesy church songs in Ohio and now writes somber/cutesy songs in New York that she hopes pass the Bechdel test.

The MoMos
The MoMos hail from the swamps of your heart. Sometimes known as Franky and The MoMos, the MoMos like to drink whiskey and tell tall tales concerning crickets and birds. Their twangy garage music will have your feet a tappin'.


Karen & the Sorrows
www.karenandthesorrows.com
Brooklyn alt-country band Karen & the Sorrows play “soaring tributes to lost love and… gentle and charming ballads” (Neville Elder, No Depression). Their debut EP Ocean-Born Mary is a four-part ghost story of “allusive, attractive but distantly menacing songs… Country keeps evolving, and Karen & the Sorrows are taking it to a place it’s never been before, a good and creepy one.” (New York Music Daily)

Gay Ole Opry & Queer Country Monthly
www.gayoleopry.com

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