Main Street Music Night: Kalyn Fay
May 20th at 7:30pm
Kalyn Fay will take the stage. Join us as the Lower Gallery is transformed into a cabaret-style lounge filled with music, drinks, and good company. These musical nights are designed to engage the community with our local emerging talents of NWA curated by Bryan Hembree.
About Kalyn Fay Straight from the Source:
My name is Kalyn Fay Barnoski, but I go by Kalyn Fay to weed out all the mishaps that happen when you’re Native American and have a Polish last name. I am Cherokee, born and bred in Oklahoma. I am currently in my master’s program at The University of Tulsa for Graphic Design, with a little printmaking, as well. Music keeps me moving. I write sad songs, but I like giving hugs.
On her debut album Bible Belt:
It’s a lot more ambient than when I play solo but still retains a folky, singer-songwriter undertone about it. I am happy to say it involves a full band, too!
“A frank and finely-tuned collection of experiences translated in song, exploring faith, love, and heartache, while deeply rooted in the state of Oklahoma. Driven by country and folk sensibility, there are just enough traces of modern production values to appeal to a wide-ranging demographic. Highly recommended for fans of Feist, Iron & Wine, The Head and The Heart.”