Little Cosmicana ft. Mighty Brother and Anne Elise Hastings and her Revolving Cast of Characters

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Little Cosmicana is the kid sister of Simple Play's annual Cosmicana Festival, celebrating psych rock, indie, alt country and folk music from the Southeast, Gulf Coast and beyond.

Mighty Brother is a New Orleans-based indie rock band captained by songwriters Jake Ryan and Nick Huster and crewed by a dynamic saxophonist and airtight rhythm section. Since 2014, the group has charmed audiences with their infectious brand of songwriting, soaring harmonies, meticulous arrangements, and full sail quest for collaboration.

Anne Elise Hastings offers a powerful take on the folk-rock genre. Hastings has charmed audiences with her powerful vocal range, lyrically-driven songs, and unmistakable Appalachian undertones. Her eponymous debut album was released this year featuring Grammy Award Winner Scott Billington on harmonica and mastered by famed New Orleans musician Jeff Albert. The album captures the feelings of modern heartbreak and offers a fresh perspective on the trials of emerging adulthood.


Details

  • 9PM–Thursday, November 08
  • Doors at 9PM
  • Free and Open to the Public

Little Cosmicana is the kid sister of Simple Play's annual Cosmicana Festival, celebrating psych rock, indie, alt country and folk music from the Southeast, Gulf Coast and beyond.

Mighty Brother is a New Orleans-based indie rock band captained by songwriters Jake Ryan and Nick Huster and crewed by a dynamic saxophonist and airtight rhythm section. Since 2014, the group has charmed audiences with their infectious brand of songwriting, soaring harmonies, meticulous arrangements, and full sail quest for collaboration.

Anne Elise Hastings offers a powerful take on the folk-rock genre. Hastings has charmed audiences with her powerful vocal range, lyrically-driven songs, and unmistakable Appalachian undertones. Her eponymous debut album was released this year featuring Grammy Award Winner Scott Billington on harmonica and mastered by famed New Orleans musician Jeff Albert. The album captures the feelings of modern heartbreak and offers a fresh perspective on the trials of emerging adulthood.

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