Carson City hosts Bay Area singer/songwriters on Friday

Carson City’s Brewery Arts Center is continuing its singer-songwriter series, “Musicale@TheMazie,” on Friday.
The performance will be in the concert space blackbox which was previously known as Maizie Harris Jesse Black Box Theater.
The series centers around the artists connecting with the audience in a friendly and up-close setting, according to a news release from the Brewery Arts Center. Artists have the chance to interact and explain their craft to the listeners.
Friday’s concert will take place at 7 p.m. and will feature guitarist and vocalist Lindsey Alexis, and multi-instrumentalist Triple J, also known as Joshua James Jackson.

Alexis, from Northern California, is an artist whose style can be described as a lovely rainy day and has a vast story-telling ability within her songs, according to the BAC release. She involves a smooth vocal performance and comforting instrumentals.
Lindsey Alexis 
Triple J has been involved with projects ranging from Dr. Phil’s on-air bassist to an orchestra member. JJJ has been on tour internationally, playing his humorous, touching and welcoming music with his accompanying band, the release said.

Triple J

 “The BAC is really excited about this series because it gives audiences insight to the creative process,” Gina Lopez, executive director, said in the release. “These traveling musicians are able to generously share their stories and experiences in an intimate setting.”Tickets are available on for $10 per person. Visit our Facebook page for information. Masks are required for entry.

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