Katie Grace, Detroit’s best bad girl and all-round outlaw lass, is playing the Park Bar in Detroit on Friday, November 9.
It will likely be a cold fall night in Detroit. Sure, you could curl up in bed with a good book or a few shows you DVR’d, but shy be dull? Rather, have a warm night in the company of Grace.
According to a press release, “Alt-country singer-songwriter Katie Grace has kept busy since the February release of her debut album, "Best Bad Girl." The band has been playing locally and touring regionally in support of the album. The album has been receiving airplay on Americana and country radio stations nationwide and garnering favorable reviews from the national and international music press.”
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