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Esmé Patterson at The Saint

 The Saint Music Hall welcomes Esmé Patterson Saturday Oct. 20th!  $10 + fees advance tickets on  Eventbrite   $12 at the door  Facebook Event:  HERE   Denver, CO’s Esmé Patterson has been making waves all around the country since going solo in 2012 (she was previously in Denver ­based Paper Bird). Her voice is smooth and sweet when she wants it to be, and then fully rock and roll when you least expect it. Each of Patterson’s songs listens like an intensely personal diary entry, and you’ll likely find yourself relating to all of them with wide­ eyed wonder.  "Esmé Patterson is one of several young women — others include Frances Quinlan of Hop Along, Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield, and Julien Baker — making music that could be called synapse-rock...The reconnaissance missions into desire and reconciliation that fill [We Were Wild] show Patterson examining the minutiae of her own responses; her melodies jump and scatter, her voice pulling at the meanings her verses put forth, as she hones in on those moments when the heart falls apart and reassembles itself" -  npr.org   21+ event. Opening acts TBA.

The Saint Music Hall welcomes Esmé Patterson Saturday Oct. 20th!

$10 + fees advance tickets on Eventbrite

$12 at the door

Facebook Event: HERE

Denver, CO’s Esmé Patterson has been making waves all around the country since going solo in 2012 (she was previously in Denver ­based Paper Bird). Her voice is smooth and sweet when she wants it to be, and then fully rock and roll when you least expect it. Each of Patterson’s songs listens like an intensely personal diary entry, and you’ll likely find yourself relating to all of them with wide­ eyed wonder.

"Esmé Patterson is one of several young women — others include Frances Quinlan of Hop Along, Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield, and Julien Baker — making music that could be called synapse-rock...The reconnaissance missions into desire and reconciliation that fill [We Were Wild] show Patterson examining the minutiae of her own responses; her melodies jump and scatter, her voice pulling at the meanings her verses put forth, as she hones in on those moments when the heart falls apart and reassembles itself" - npr.org

21+ event. Opening acts TBA.