Location: CSPS Hall
Time: 8:00 PM to 8:00 PM
1103 Third St SE
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Date: Tuesday, December 31 2019
Based in Iowa City, Elizabeth Moen is an indie-rock singer and songwriter, “armed,” says Iowa Public Radio, “with a jaw-dropping singing voice, tasteful guitar playing, and songs that stay in your head for days.”
She taught herself how to play guitar as a teenager, and it was the writing community of Iowa City that inspired her to write her own songs. Other inspirations include Alabama Shakes, Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, Esmé Patterson and Lake Street Dive, along with such artists as Stevie Nicks, Joni Mitchell, and Bonnie Raitt. She's played in Dublin, performing around Ireland, from Galway to Bray, and at many venues in the city itself including Ruby Sessions, Button Factory, Whelan’s, and Liquor Rooms. In the states, she has played across the Midwest, including Mission Creek, 80/35, Camp Euforia, and the Grey Area music festivals, as well as the West coast, where she completed a residency at Sofar Sounds in San Francisco. Along the way, she’s shared the stage with Margaret Glaspy, Lucy Dacus, Houndmouth, William Elliott Whitmore, Caroline Smith, Nicole Atkins, and The Weepies.
General admission limited seating - first come, first served.