- August 18, 2019
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
McKain Lakey is on tour, and she’s visiting the Duluth Folk School for a free show!
McKain Lakey is a musician whose work investigates themes of oppression and empowerment through the richness of American folk traditions. An instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter, McKain performs as a solo artist, as part of the duo Woolly Breeches, and with other bands by invitation. She is an educator and facilitator who works with groups of all ages and backgrounds to deepen their understanding of the historical and technical foundations of music and to encourage personal exploration of voice and creative power. She tours nationally, and recently participated as one of six women songwriters in Hedgebrook’s prestigious 2019 songwriter residency. McKain holds a degree from Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA.
McKain is also an experienced audio engineer who has produced countless live music events, as a front-of-house engineer, monitor engineer, and stage/production manager, in addition to her work as a studio engineer/producer. Recent projects include international tours with acclaimed band MarchFourth of Portland, OR, and mixing work on “The Gods Are Made of Mud”, the latest studio album by Hot Damn Scandal (Bellingham, WA).
Venue: Duluth Folk School Main Hall
Located on street level. Handicapped accessible.