Eddie Owen Presents: Anne E. DeChant and Rachael Sage
General Admission: $20 advance ($25 day of show)
Rachael Sage: The Poetica Tour
A soulful vocalist and innovative multi-instrumentalist, award-winning singer/songwriter and producer Rachael Sage has been one of the busiest touring artists in independent music, usually performing 100+ dates a year with her band The Sequins throughout the US, UK, & Europe. She has earned a loyal following for her dynamic piano playing, delicate guitar work, and improvisational audience interaction. She has toured with an eclectic list of artists including Howard Jones, Ani DiFranco, Judy Collins, Beth Hart, and Shawn Colvin. Her music has been dubbed “wildly expressive” by Paste Magazine and Stereo Embers described Sage as “the kind of performer you can’t take your eyes off”. Her 2020 album Character yielded the Billboard-charting single “Blue Sky Days”; her latest project Poetica, an adventurous fusion of poetry with jazz, folk, and classical musical elements in the vein of Leonard Cohen and Laurie Anderson, is coming in Fall 2021. For more information, visit rachaelsage.com.
Anne E. DeChant
“She is what the future of Americana music needs to be in order to endure – a passionate prophetess who has come in from the wild, rough edges intact, and ready to rock.” – No Depression
Anne E. DeChant is a Nashville recording artist originally from Avon Lake, Ohio. She is a 5-time winner of Cleveland’s Singer-Songwriter of the Year and a 2020 Kerrville Folk Festival Songwriting Competition Finalist and creator of “The 11:30 Bathroom Break”.
DeChant is first and last a story-teller, an artist who writes with a shit-kicker urgency and sweet understanding of the people who stumble and keep keeping on. She’s performed with Melissa Etheridge, Sheryl Crow, Stevie Nicks, Don Henry, Travis Meadows and a host of others. Anne E. was the selected local artist at Lilith Fair (Cleveland) and has delivered stand out shows in storied venues ranging from The Bluebird Café, The Bitter End, Evening Muse, The Alabama Country Music Hall of Fame to the Clinton White House.