City Slang: Audra Kubat birthday party



Audra Kubat will celebrate her 40th birthday on Friday, June 7 at the Tangent Gallery/Hastings Street Ballroom from 8 p.m.

According to a press release, “The event is a kick-off fundraiser for the recording and release of her sixth studio album, due out this Fall. She will be showcasing new songs from her forthcoming record, along with highlights from her entire catalog. Joining her onstage are musicians Alison Lewis, Billy Brandt, Danny Kroha, Don "Doop" Duprie, Eddie Baranek, Julia Stephenson, Leah Elizabeth Dunston, Loretta Lucas, Pete Ballard, Robert Meltzer, Scottie Stone and Tino Gross. The show will open with solo sets by Detroit Music Award winner Emily Rose at 9pm followed by Inside Outlaw, Matt Dmits at 9:30pm.
Audra’s upcoming Indiegogo campaign officially begins June 18 on the crowd-funding website Reward items for the campaign will be available at this show, including handcrafted box sets of her complete recordings and a selection of Kubat's paintings for sale in The Tangent Gallery. An afterglow will follow the performance.
The Tangent Gallery/Hastings Street Ballroom is located at 715 E. Milwaukee St. in Detroit, 48202. 313-873-2955. Suggested donation is $10 that will go toward the recording and release of the new album, and all patrons will receive a free download of the first single, "September."”

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