Summer Together Fest: LOOKiT, Glenn Edward Hall, Serena Rae, and JoelTheEagle
Advanced tickets: $16 ($20 day of show)
Glenn Edward Hall
“Glenn Edward Hall creates songs identifying universally relatable aspects of history, inviting us to consider our human frailty along with him.” -Americana Highways
Glenn Edward Hall is a New England bred, Atlanta based singer-songwriter with a soft spot for underdogs. His Americana EP, CLOUDS TURN BLACK, gets us rooting for -and relating to- a myriad of long shot characters, including a lovesick lumberjack with frozen toes, a beleaguered Revolutionary War General, and a heartbroken trucker.
LOOKiT is a three-piece alt-rock band, composed of two brothers (Caleb and Max Hall) and a cousin (Colby Hall). As members of a musical family, they grew up jamming together which plays a huge role in their strong band chemistry on and off stage. While they all agree that bands like Coldplay, The Beatles, and U2 provide their musical and songwriting foundation, artists from countless genres, languages, and cultures influence each member uniquely. The band features three multi-instrumentalists and vocalists and each member is an equal songwriter, contributor, and performer.
Music from their debut EP “Circling the Sun” was featured in the “Alternative Addiction” blog, and they recently did an interview with Voyage ATL which can be found on voyageatl.com. Now, they tour the southeast and continue writing and recording music.
Serena Rae is a singer/songwriter from Atlanta. She has been performing at The Red Clay Music Foundry since 2017 as well as other venues around the southeast. She has released multiple singles and EPs since 2018 and this year she will be releasing her debut album “To The Dream.” You can find her music on all the streaming services and can check out her website “www.serenarae.com” for booking information.