JNA//Tavia Rhodes//Katie Kuffel
Tickets: $20 advance, $25 doors
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The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
JNA has been named an instant classic of the timeless techno-R&B genre by Chris Etsy of XO Publicity.
Fresh off her debut, “I Have Good Taste But For Some Reason I Like You” which was entirely written and co-produced by JNA herself. She got busy with her follow up album W.W.B.D.?” JNA worked with superstar producer Narada Walden to help compose “Stars Are On Our Side” and “Glitter Rain”. These two songs were are composed and produced by Narada Walden and written by JNA. Narada has produced and worked with Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Aretha Franklin, Elton John, Diana Ross, and many more!
She has opened for Corey Feldman, soul singer NIIA, and is set to perform at NBA All Star weekend in Indianapolis alongside H.E.R., Jordan Sparks, Ella Mai, and Jazmine Sullivan.
Seattle-based singer-songwriter, Tavia Rhodes’ music is a dynamic example of what happens when precise musical training meets the raw, passionate edge of creative instinct.
As a sought-after vocalist in Seattle’s musical community, Rhodes’ previous projects have included guest spots with local cover bands, session work for film and video game soundtracks, and as longstanding backup singer for Seattle bands Fading Collection and Modern Relics.
Rhodes’ compositions are as versatile as her own vocal range, slipping gracefully between contemplative folksiness, dark soulful electro-melodies, and incantational refrains. Grappling with and embracing themes of grief, resilience, love, and the feminine spirit at its most potent, her songs represent a seismic shift in the soul. Her second single “The Last Witch,” released in 2022, is a timely expression of women finding their voice and reestablishing sovereignty over their lives.
There’s a refreshing authenticity found in Katie Kuffel’s music. Her earnest voice accompanies poetic lyrics cocooned in the vibrant Pacific Northwest imagery of her Seattle home. While honing her song craft, the woods and surrounding waters nurtured her while she found a voice to expound on subjects like mental health, feminism, sexuality, and really anything her heart would cling to. She wields vulnerability like a knife, and drops all pretenses about what her music should be like, instead looking her audience in the eye and inviting them to feel deeply and without shame.