Ticket: (Sold Out) JULIA HALTIGAN and JANITA

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Welcome Back ! JULIA HALTIGAN

Live in The Pea Ridge Listening Room at Standard Deluxe
Sunday Evening, JUNE 24th

special guest: JANITA

Come Early for Supper with WIlton's Catering
in the FEED SHAK 
menu:
- Conecuh in a blanket
- Bacon wrapped chicken
- Andouille sliders
- Beet sliders
- Coal black wings
* Dessert: toasted pound cake with
berries and whipped cream
( Bring $$ for Chris' Tip Jar )

Gates & Food at 5:30 pm / Showtime 7:15 pm

Only Fifty Tickets Available

* Small Coolers OK (this event byob) No Glass Please

THANKS for Your Support !

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ABOUT JULIA HALTIGAN
“A gorgeous singer-songwriter.” ––Glamour Magazine

Acclaimed bombshell songstress Julia Haltigan came up on the Lower East Side of New York City when it oozed a heady mix of danger, possibility and art. She made meaning of the complexities of her childhood with her father’s incarceration, a freewheeling lifestyle of parties and a revolving cast of street characters. Julia emerged from it all a sensitive badass who rides vintage Triumph motorcycles and sings primal rock n’ roll with smoldering expressivity. Her signature artistry evokes Brigitte Bardot, Marianne Faithfull, Iggy Pop, Debbie Harry, and Lou Reed. 

Her latest EP, Hot Tears, is a masterful collection, teeming with themes of heartache, images of broken bones, car chases, and nostalgia. Stunners in this set include the gritty swagger of the T. Rex-like “Money,” the 1960s James Bond ballad-esque “Burning Bridges & Breaking Hearts,” and the sleek and smoky “How To Make A Broken Heart,” co-written with songwriting legend Mike Scott of The Waterboys.

Julia has performed as a part of the Varvatos Music Series, filling the store over capacity leaving a line around the block, and live on taste making radio personality Vin Scelsa's show Idiot's Delight. She’s also shared the stage with such venerated names as Judy Collins, Steve Earle, Justin Earle, Norah Jones, Montgomery Gentry, Rhett Miller and Nicole Atkins among others. 

Outside of her solo career, she moonlights as the slinky Jessica Rabbit inspired jazz crooner ‘Vivian Fairchild’ in the off-Broadway hit “Sleep No More.” She also performs in the fizzy pop band Sugar For Sugar, alongside her buddies Scarlett Johansson, Kendra Morris, Holly Miranda and producer Dave Sitek. When not onstage or in the studio, Julia’s straddling a 1970 Triumph Bonneville. 


ABOUT JANITA
“This woman’s got the goods. Stardom awaits.” —Billboard

On the heels of nearly 50,000 miles of touring over the past 18 months, the buzz and anticipation surrounding New York-based artist Janita (pronounced YA-nee-tuh) is as unsurprising as it is palpable. Standing-room-only concerts and sold-out headlining dates in both the United States and Europe have cemented her reputation as an electrifying artist and performer whose breakthrough moment has arrived.

Now, in addition to her ongoing tour schedule, she’s launched her own artist-in-residence concert series in New York, at famed Lower East Side music haunt Arlene’s Grocery. In this new series, Janita will be debuting new songs as well as new collaborations with special guests—a veritable who’s who of the New York music scene—while also performing fan favorites from her albums Seasons of Life, Haunted, and Didn’t You, My Dear?.

Critical acclaim fused with commercial success may be rare in the music world, but this happy combination remains Janita’s norm: “Janita mesmerizes . . . her distinctive vocals are her stand-out asset, ranging between an edgier Feist and a softer Florence Welch,” declares Paste Magazine. Baeble Music adds, “Combining the vocal intensity of Bat for Lashes’ Natasha Khan with the turbulent rock edge of St. Vincent, Janita continues to mark herself as an artist capable of producing music of great beauty and unsettling power.”

Janita continues to promote the Deluxe Edition release of her recent breakthrough album, Didn’t You, My Dear?, having just returned from a second major tour of the United Kingdom, and her first headlining tour of the East Coast of the US in December of 2017.