Artist Showcase at the Outpost

Hosted by Outpost in the Burbs, this great event will take place at the Unitarian Universalists Congregation in Montclair. Come out on May 17 at 8 p.m. to a show featuring Jann Klose, Lipbone Redding, Rebecca Jordan and Sierra Noble. Tickets begin at $22 in advance and are $27 the day of the show.

Artist showcase presents: Jann Klose, Lipbone Redding, Rebecca Jordan and Sierra Noble

This artist showcase will be featuring a wine tasting, courtesy of  Angelbeck’s, shall take place a half hour before the show and during intermission. Snacks will also be for sale at this BYOB event.

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Debuting his new album “Mosaic,” expected to be realeased in June, Jann Klose is becoming known as an emotionally moving lyricist and singer.  His songs will be featured in “Greetings From Tim Buckley,” a film by Tribeca Film/ Focus World. The movie stars Penn Badgley and Imogen Poots, and was released on April 16.

Sierra Noble released her first instrumental album at age 14 and has been shocking audiences ever since. She has thrived by getting hold of the television industry, having her music played in hit television shows such as “One Tree Hill,” “Life Unexpected,” “Switched at Birth” and “Parenthood.”

During Noble’s performance, special guest The Passing Notes will share the stage. The Passing Notes are Montclair High School’s very own student-run acapella group. Noble has traveled around the globe, touring in Asia, Europe, North and South America.  Her powerful instrumentals consume the audience and set an unforgettable mood.

Writing for music icons, Rebecca Jordan has done work for John Legend and Kelly Clarkson, and has helped write six songs for Alice Smith’s upcoming LP “She.” After moving to Brooklyn, Jordan strengthened herself as a songwriter and artist.

In 2010 Jordan won the Abe Olman Award from the Songwriters Hall of Fame, has been an NPR Mountain Stage New Song Finalist and in 2011 she received a nominee for an Independent Music Award for her EP, “Souvenir.” “Asphalt Heart” is her newest accomplishment and is set to debut sometime in 2013.

Lipbone Redding, starting out as a New York City subway singer, spent his last 20 years traveling the world and gathering striking stories through music and performance art. Performing at festivals, theaters and concert halls across America and Europe, Redding draws in an amazing crowd. Through storytelling, this songwriter, guitarist and singer creates original songs by  mixing an old swing and a modern style.

This artist showcase’s tickets are available for sale at Keil’s Pharmacy and Studio042 Super Business Printer, both located in Montclair. Orders can be made by mail or through TicketWeb.

After this artist showcase, coming next to Outpost will be a Tri-Bill featuring Jammin’ Divas, Bobtown and Small Heights on June 7.

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