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Thursday, May 15, 2008

Ann Driscoll at Southgate House


Singer/songwriter Ann Driscoll is a Cincinnati native who's currently studying at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. But, at age 20, her songwriting already possesses the kind of wisdom, originality and maturity that can't be learned in college.

She began her musical career in earnest just three years ago and her direct Indie Pop sound helped put her on bills with local favorites like Peter Adams and Katie Redier, as well as nationally acclaimed Rock bands like The High Strung. Driscoll's self-released, self-titled EP is an engaging exhibition of blunt, catchy (but not predictable) Pop, with vocals that recall pre-blatant-sex-kitten Liz Phair and a writing style that is obviously informed by prime influences like The Beatles and Nirvana.

Berklee must be on summer break, because Driscoll is returning to the local stage this week, performing at the Southgate House's parlour room Friday with local singer/songwriter Molly Sullivan. 8:30 p.m. $5-$8. (Get details and find nearby bars and restaurants here.) -- Mike Breen


5chw4r7z said...

Saw her at Mid-Point last year and really loved her. Bummer I have Reds tickets tomorrow so I probably won't get to see her.
Wonder how late she'll play?

Anonymous said...

playing at 8:30.

Anonymous said...

the show was fantastic (vic wulsin was even on hand). ann's an under-the-radar talent and she's really great with an audience. it will be interesting to see if she takes her music "to the next level" or if this is just a hobby for her.

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