Grace Pettis, Grant Peeples, McCall & Katareen at J@M - Sat 11/4 | Tallahassee

Grace Pettis, Grant Peeples, McCall & Katareen at J@M - Sat 11/4

What's happening?

Cow Haus Presents:

Tallahassee native GRACE PETTIS, daughter of revered singer/songwriter PIERCE PETTIS, returns to town for a night of acoustic music at The Junction at Monroe with local support from GRANT PEEPLES and MCCALL & KATAREEN!

Saturday November 4, 2017 @ The Junction at Monroe
2011 S Monroe St Tallahassee, Fl

Doors open @ 6:00pm, show @ 8:00pm
General admission tickets: $10 advance / $13 day of show
Reserved seating tickets: $15 advance / $18 day of show (Not a specific seat. First come, first seated.)
$2 under 21 fee charged at the door, 18+

The Junction will be open to serve dinner and drinks before the show starting at 6pm. Music begins at 8pm.

$10 general admission and $15 reserved seat advance tickets are on sale now online at via this link:

Advance tickets will also be available in Tallahassee with NO FEES at Retrofit Records, Midtown Pies, Big Chief's Smoke Shop, and the Junction at Monroe.

Saturday November 4:




Grace Pettis has songwriting in her blood.

The daughter of a poetry scholar and a troubadour, Grace comes by her love of words honestly. Her father, Pierce Pettis, is a critically acclaimed songwriter and performer who penned the Garth Brooks hit "You Move Me." Both of Grace's brothers are songwriters and musicians.

In her short career, Grace has already lived up to her birthright, winning numerous songwriting awards (Kerrville New Folk Contest; NPR's Mountain Stage NewSong Contest, etc.) and garnering praise from critics, fans, and industry alike. What sets her apart in her talented family is her distinct, unaffected voice, described as a "wide open prairie, full of waving golden grains before menacing, dark thunder clouds" (Sirius XM Program Director, Mary Sue Twohy).

"Landing somewhere between old-school country and Top 40 folk-rock, Pettis pens detailed songs about lovers on the mend and young musicians on the move. Through these vignettes, she offers glimpses of her own personality, revealing herself to be an observer and a dreamer—a winning combo." -M Magazine


Saturday, November 4th 2017 08:00pm


The Junction at Monroe
2011 S Monroe St
32301 Tallahassee


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