Flint Eastwood's Jax Anderson gets candid with WDET's Ann Delisi at Willis Show Bar

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Jax Anderson of Flint Eastwood - COURTESY OF JAX ANDERSON
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Two of the most powerful voices in Detroit will sit down together for a candid discussion. As part of her Essential Conversations series, WDET’s Ann Delisi invites Flint Eastwood frontwoman Jax Anderson to discuss her latest EP This is a Coping Mechanism for a Broken Heart, her inspiration, and what it was like growing up gay in a religious household — something Anderson openly explored on last year’s cathartic dance-floor jam, “Real Love.” Following the conversation, Anderson will perform a stripped-down set and conduct a Q&A with the audience. Complimentary appetizers will be provided by Coop Farm to Table.

Ann Delisi's Essential Conversations with Jax Anderson begins at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 13 at Willis Show Bar; 4156 Third St., Detroit; 313-788-7469; willisshowbar.com; Tickets are $50.

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