Jess Nolan

Jess Nolan

Anne-Claire, James Walker

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

Tickets at the Door

Jess Nolan
Jess Nolan
Jess Nolan, a New Jersey native labeled as an old soul, has been compared to strong
female songwriters like Joni Mitchell and Carole King. Her love of piano-driven music and
poetic lyrics started in her childhood home and only blossomed further when she
attended the Bruce Hornsby Creative American Music Program in the Frost School of
Music at the University of Miami.
Jess has opened for and toured with some incredible artists such as Gabe Dixon, Jorma
Kaukonen, Muddy Magnolias, Dynamo, and Jason Eskridge. A skilled keyboardist and
powerful vocalist, Jess puts on a captivating live show with her band, full of energy and
emotion. She currently resides in Nashville where she paints stories of triumph and
heartbreak through her soulful songwriting. Jess was a finalist for Lightning 100 and BMI's
2016 Road To Roo competition and the grand prize winner for their 2016 Music City Big
Break competition. She was also named Best Live R&B/Soul Performer at the 2017
Nashville Industry Music Association Awards. 
Jess's debut EP, "Strike A Match", and new singles are available on Spotify and iTunes.
North Carolina artist Anne-Claire writes music influenced by her love of soul divas and intimate singer-songwriters. Currently celebrating the release of her new single Second Time (March 31, 2017) Anne-Claire ventures further into personal songwriting with a soulful sensibility. Anne-Claire's music is rich and melody-driven, paired with lyrics that use magic as metaphor and emotional empowerment as a guide. Mixing organic instruments with synthetic sounds enhances the dreamlike quality of her work. Anne-Claire brings a unique and exciting sound - danceable and emotive, plaintive and fun, percussive and romantic.
James Walker
James Walker
English singer/songwriter James Walker is an introspective, intelligent & enthralling performer who sings songs of love, loss and healing.

Having extensively toured Europe as a pianist, co-writer and collaborator for Adam Barnes, James set his sights on creating his own work informed by his experiences of love and heartbreak, to finding identity within the LGBT+ community, to recovery and rehabilitation from a rare heart condition. James has performed over 200 shows in the past year over the UK, EU and USA.
Venue Information:
Local 506
506 W. Franklin St
Chapel Hill, NC, 27516