Celebrate the 20th anniversary of guitarist and composer Kaki King's debut album with a new show based on the music of Everybody Loves You.

October 1, 2023
3:00 pm
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Join us as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of guitarist and composer Kaki King's debut album, Everybody Loves You, with a new show based on 20 years of her role as a guitarist, composer, and artist. This performance will feature fan-favorite songs like “Night After Sidewalk,” “Fortuna,” and much more. Throughout the evening, Kaki will share never-before-heard anecdotes about the music, reflect on the impact of these 20 years, and invite the audience to actively participate in storytelling.

About Kaki King

The Rolling Stone Magazine has called Kaki King "a genre unto herself", and the New York Times has shared that Kaki King makes music as "ornate as a healing crystal". With a star-studded career that has spanned two decades, Kaki King continues to live at the forefront of guitarists and performance-makers. In her past, she has collaborated with Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters and toured with Natalia Lafourcade, contributed music to Sean Penn's Into the Wild (which won a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score), and performed in spaces as diverse as the Kennedy Center, Mass MoCA, the London Jazz Festival, NYUAD Arts Center, and beyond.

Oct 1

Kaki King's Everybody Loves You